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Parliamentary Signatures To Cancel The Allocation Of Plots Of Land To Members Of The Federal Court,

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Post by rocky Mon 24 Jan 2022, 4:25 pm

Parliamentary Signatures To Cancel The Allocation Of Plots Of Land To Members Of The Federal Court, The Judiciary And Ministers (Document)
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Earth News/ Representative Mustafa Sanad submitted a letter with parliamentary signatures to the Presidency of the House of Representatives, for the purpose of adding a paragraph to cancel the Cabinet’s decision to allocate plots of land to members of the Federal Court, the judiciary and ministers, to include it in the agenda of the House of Representatives.
According to the document signed by the deputy and sent to members of the Presidency of Parliament, and “Earth News” obtained a copy of it, the signatories’ request is to include a paragraph to cancel Cabinet Resolution No. 380 of 2021 in the agenda of the next session.

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