[size=36]Today a meeting is held to settle it ... The legal committee clarifies the disputed paragraphs of the court's law[/size]
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The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives clarified, on Monday, regarding the disputed paragraphs of the Federal Court Law.
The deputy for the committee, Almas Fadel, said that "the parliamentary blocs agreed on all points of contention in the Federal Court Law, except for Articles 3 and 12."
She added, "The two articles concern the nomination mechanism for membership of the Federal Court and the voting mechanism, will it be by majority or any other method?", Expressing her belief that "the law will be initiated in today's session."
The deputy explained, "There is a decisive meeting today between the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, the Legal Committee and the heads of parliamentary blocs to reach an agreement on the two articles and the completion of the law."
She indicated, "There is a rapprochement between the parliamentary blocs and I think that the law will be enacted during today's session." Ended 29 / A43