A member of Parliamentary Finance explains the reason for postponing the session of the emergency support law for food security
Shafaq News/ A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Mustafa Sanad, confirmed on Saturday that there are legal and political objections to the law on emergency support for food security, while the Finance Committee held a meeting to make some amendments to the law.
Sanad told Shafaq News Agency, "There is a financial and political aspect to the law of emergency support for food security. From a financial point of view, the law serves the ministries and governorates and revives the development of the regions."
He added, "As for the political aspect of the law, the Finance Committee represented the Triple Alliance before adding us to its membership and after adding us to the committee, we found that the completion rate of the emergency support law is 95%."
Sanad pointed out that "the law has a political consensus on the part of the Triple Alliance, and it will be ready for a vote this week."
And he indicated that "the differences over the law are due to the ambiguity of some of its clauses, as well as after adding a number of deputies to the coordination framework and independent deputies to the Finance Committee, who expressed their observations on some articles, and revisions were made and amendments were made to the articles of the law."
In addition, a parliamentary source told Shafaq News Agency, that the Parliamentary Finance Committee is now holding (the hour of news preparation) a meeting to discuss some amendments to the law on emergency support for food security.
The Media Department of the House of Representatives stated in a statement received by Shafak News Agency late on Friday night, that "at the request of some parliamentary blocs and for further consultations for the maturation of the emergency support law for food security and development, and for the need for more time, it was decided to postpone Saturday's session."
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