Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed all the important laws that will be transferred to the next parliamentary session, while ruling out holding any session during the current period of Parliament due to the approaching parliamentary elections.
Committee member Salim Hamza told the National News Center that “the current parliamentary session will not be able to legislate any law, due to the approaching end of the parliament’s tasks, and therefore calling for a session within the parliament is difficult.”
Hamza indicated that "the most important of those laws that will be transferred to the next parliamentary session are the draft amendments to the law on weapons and their possession," noting that "some political forces that have political arms oppose the legislation to amend the law."
He added that "the draft amendment to the general amnesty law is also one of the important laws that will be carried over to the next session," explaining that "some parties have been calling during the past period for its approval in order to include all the accused, including the corrupt and those accused of terrorist cases."
The committee member pointed out that "the new draft penal code, in addition to the draft law on official holidays, and the draft law on illegal gain will be carried over to the next parliamentary session."
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