[size=36]A parliamentary committee reveals the laws that will be carried over to the next legislative session[/size]
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The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed, on Friday, the laws that the House of Representatives will move to the next legislative session.
Committee member MP Saeb Khidr said, in a statement to the official agency, that "the House of Representatives will not be able, in the remainder of its parliamentary life, to legislate important laws such as the Integrity and Oil and Gas Law," noting that "these laws will be carried over to the next legislative session if elections are held." On their scheduled date on the tenth of next October, and that if the elections are postponed, some laws can be discussed.”
He added that "there are a number of laws that have been carried over to the next session, including the Cabinet Law, the Law of the Reconstruction Council, the law on prosecuting ISIS terrorist gangs and other laws," noting that "the Integrity Law and the Oil and Gas Law are among the important laws that were submitted to the Parliamentary Legal Committee, It could have been discussed, but it was moved to the next parliament.
Khadr pointed out that "in the event that the legislative elections are postponed, the Law of the Reconstruction Council, the Civil Service Law and the Law of the Council of Ministers will be discussed," stressing "the importance of legislating these laws because of the state's need for them." Ended 29/A 4