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Al-Fath: Parliament is required to vote to dismiss the government if it does not lower the exchange

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Post by rocky Thu 25 Mar 2021, 2:18 pm


Al-Fath: Parliament is required to vote to dismiss the government if it does not lower the exchange rate

15:56 - 25/03/2021



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On Thursday, the Al-Fateh Alliance called on Parliament to take a serious and national step in ways to achieve pressure on reducing exchange rates.
A member of the coalition, Mukhtar al-Moussawi, said in a statement to Al-Maalouma Agency, that “the statements of the government spokesman regarding the government’s failure to commit to the decisions of Parliament in the event of a vote on the decision to reduce exchange rates will push the House of Representatives to vote to dismiss the government.
He added, "The House of Representatives must prove its position at this stage by threatening the government with dismissal in the event that it does not back down from its ill-considered decision on returning the exchange rates to its previous era or a new price that is appropriate."
He pointed out that "there is a project to summon the government to Parliament and to question it in the event that it does not agree with the decisions of Parliament on the budget and exchange rates."
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