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    Parliamentary law reveals the most prominent points of contention over the Federal Court law

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    Post by Rocky Sun 14 Mar 2021, 7:40 am

    Parliamentary law reveals the most prominent points of contention over the Federal Court law
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    A member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Hussein Al-Oqabi, revealed the most prominent points of contention regarding the draft Federal Court bill, while noting that there is an agreement to vote on Sharia scholars in the House of Representatives.
    Al-Aqabi said that the points of disagreement regarding the Federal Court revolve around two basic issues, the first being the voting inside the court and the second being the number of the court’s judges, adding that most of the political forces are in agreement with regard to Sharia scholars and their role, and that there is an agreement to vote on Sharia jurists in Parliament, as is the case with higher positions within the state.
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