Member of Parliamentary Law: The court law did not face any major obstacles, so why was it delayed so long?
13:53 - 08/03/2021
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Member of the Legal Committee, MP Saeb Khadr, was surprised on Monday that the Federal Court’s law was passed for several years, and when it was put to the vote, it would not be subject to major disagreements, stressing that the legal committee had settled the six paragraphs that were returned to the committee for reformulation and that the law Will fully acknowledge during today's session.
Khadr said in a statement to "the information", that "the draft Federal Court law, when it was presented for discussion and then for the vote, will not face any major obstacles, but the vote on its paragraphs was smoothly."
He added, "It is very surprising that such an important law and a fundamental pillar of the state was passed without facing a major confrontation," wondering, "Where were the political forces during the past years reluctance to propose and accomplish it."
Khadr explained that "the Parliamentary Legal Committee has settled the six paragraphs that were returned to the committee for reformulation, and that the law will be fully approved during today's session." Ended / 25 AD