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Parliamentary law ends the discussion of the Federal Court law and transfers the controversial artic

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Parliamentary law ends the discussion of the Federal Court law and transfers the controversial artic Empty Parliamentary law ends the discussion of the Federal Court law and transfers the controversial artic

Post by rocky Thu 04 Mar 2021, 6:53 am


Parliamentary law ends the discussion of the Federal Court law and transfers the controversial articles to Parliament

15:38 - 04/03/2021


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On Thursday, the Parliamentary Legal Committee announced the end of discussion of the Federal Court law.
The Media Department of the House of Representatives said, in a statement received by the agency / information / a copy of it, that "the legal committee held a meeting headed by Representative Rebwar Hadi, head of the committee, and the attendance of its members today, Thursday 3/3/2021, to discuss the draft Federal Court bill."
At the beginning of the meeting, the Head of the Legal Committee stressed the "necessity of resolving the discussions on the draft law in order to be able to be included on the agenda of the parliament session to vote on it," noting "the importance of the law as the Federal Court is concerned with ratifying the results of the upcoming parliamentary elections."
The committee ended, according to the statement, "reading and discussing the articles and clauses of the draft Federal Court bill," noting that "the contentious articles decided to present them to the House of Representatives so that it would have the final say on them." End / 25 h
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