Shafq News/ A parliamentary source revealed on Wednesday that some political blocs and deputies intend to boycott the session because of disagreements over some provisions of the budget bill.
The source told Twilight News, that the draft budget bill for 2021 was distributed to the deputies, and the presidency of parliament re-read the names of the deputies to register attendance and absence and confirm the existence of a quorum to start the session and vote on the budget and the decision to dissolve parliament.
"There are still differences over some paragraphs," he said, adding that there are blocs and deputies who intend to boycott the session, including the State of Law Coalition, the National Approach Bloc and deputies from different political blocs.
On Tuesday, the Presidency of the House of Representatives announced the date of the vote on the 2021 budget bill, and the dissolution of the House of Representatives, at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
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