[size=36]A war that resolves the controversy of entering the country with a constitutional vacuum tomorrow[/size]
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, the legal expert, Tariq Harb, resolved, on Wednesday, the controversy of entering the country with a constitutional vacuum, tomorrow, Thursday, with the end of the work of the House of Representatives for the current session.
Harb told Mawazine News, "There is no constitutional vacuum that the country can enter tomorrow, but by noon, the immunity of the current deputies will be lifted."
He added, "With the dissolution of the House of Representatives and the lifting of immunity, the government will turn into a caretaker."
The Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed, on Wednesday, that the House of Representatives does not need to hold a session to dissolve itself, as it previously voted to dissolve Parliament on the seventh of October (which coincides with tomorrow, Thursday), provided that the elections are held on time.
Committee member, Rashid Al-Azzawi, said:
He added that "the results of the elections will be announced within 24 hours, and then go for approval in the Federal Court, and the appeals submitted will also be considered, so the duration of the first sessions of the new parliament is unknown."
He stressed that "there will not be a constitutional vacuum because if the elections take place, there will be an elected council, and in the event that the results are not ratified or there are many appeals and the upcoming elections are canceled, the old (current) parliament will return to carrying out its work."
Al-Azzawi expected that "the elections will proceed normally because the Independent Electoral Commission has taken many measures to prevent fraud in the elections, and its procedures are very excellent, and its instructions will greatly reduce fraud." Ended 29/A43