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    WHAT IS THE FATE OF THE FEDERAL COURT LAW? REPRESENTATIVE LEGAL SET OUT

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    WHAT IS THE FATE OF THE FEDERAL COURT LAW? REPRESENTATIVE LEGAL SET OUT Empty WHAT IS THE FATE OF THE FEDERAL COURT LAW? REPRESENTATIVE LEGAL SET OUT

    Post by Rocky Fri 12 Mar 2021, 7:53 am

    WHAT IS THE FATE OF THE FEDERAL COURT LAW? REPRESENTATIVE LEGAL SET OUT
    Friday, March 12, 2021 11:58 AM

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    Today, Friday, a member of the Parliament's Legal Committee, Hassan Fadam, revealed the reasons for the delay in resolving the Federal Court's law, while it was likely to be passed in Parliament next week.
    Fadam said in a statement to the "National News Center", that "the political blocs have a difference of views on articles 2, 3 and 12 in the law of the Federal Court."
    He added that "there are endeavors and proposals to resolve these differences." It is likely that "an agreement will be reached next week."
    The House of Representatives voted on most of the paragraphs of the Federal Court law, while the vote was postponed on three articles, which it is hoped will be passed in the next session.
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