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    Saeroon: A number of controversial laws will be carried over to the next parliamentary sessions

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    Saeroon: A number of controversial laws will be carried over to the next parliamentary sessions Empty Saeroon: A number of controversial laws will be carried over to the next parliamentary sessions

    Post by Rocky Sat 26 Jun 2021, 7:02 am

    Saeroon: A number of controversial laws will be carried over to the next parliamentary sessions
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    The deputy of the Sairoon bloc, Riyadh Al-Masoudi, revealed a number of laws that will be carried over to the next parliamentary session.
    Al-Masoudi said that among the important laws awaiting a vote in the House of Representatives are the civil service law, information crimes, and oil and gas, as well as other laws around which political and technical differences revolve, which makes them vulnerable to deportation to the next parliamentary sessions because of their need for political consensus and a real study to restore Drafting them for approval, while Al-Masoudi stressed that the remaining time in Parliament is no longer sufficient to discuss or vote on controversial laws.
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