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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATE OVER PERSONAL STATUS LAW

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Post by rocky Mon Jul 05, 2021 8:36 am

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Monday, July 5, 2021 2:49 PM

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Today, Monday, the Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed that the Personal Status Law, specifically Article 57, is undergoing great controversy under the dome of Parliament, indicating that the differences over it between female deputies and representatives continue so far.
Committee member Salim Hamza said in an exclusive statement to the “National News Center” that “the personal status law, specifically Article 57, is undergoing great controversy under the dome of Parliament,” stressing that “differences over it between female deputies and representatives continue until now and the insistence of some political blocs to prevent the mother with the right to custody.” The child and his upbringing during the marriage and after the separation, as long as the child is not harmed by that.”
Hamza ruled out “passing the law in the current session as a result of the proximity of elections and the difficulty of holding parliament sessions,” noting that “Parliament needs a long time to pass the Personal Status Law due to the raging differences between MPs over the entitlement of child custody.”
Regarding the most important amendments agreed upon within the parliament regarding the Personal Status Law, a member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed that “the law, specifically Article 57, has not been amended since the previous regime, and it needs amendments and formulations commensurate with the current reality of both men and women,” noting that “the Legal Committee It met and discussed this article and made its amendments to some clauses of custody for women and men.
Hamza pointed out that "the men have been unfair by law in regards to watching their children after their separation from their wives, as they only see them for two hours per 30 days, which is unfair to them because the children have the right of the father and mother together."
And he stated that “the new law will guarantee the right of both parties to watch in a fair and equitable manner,” stressing that “the amendments will guarantee the father to watch his son while taking him to his home for two days every week, with the father retaining the right to demand the abolition of custody from the mother in the event she remarries after her divorce from another man, And if it is proven that the mother and her husband are incapable of looking after and protecting him.”
He explained, "The House of Representatives read the first reading of the law, awaiting the second and third reading in order to vote on it and pass it in the House of Representatives."
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives, in its previous session, read for the first time the amendment of the Personal Status Law No. 188 of 1959, specifically Article 57 of it, as this article stipulated, according to the opinion of the Legal Committee, “The relative mother has more right to custody and upbringing of the child in the event of marriage and separation until he reaches the age of seven unless The child is harmed by it.”
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