7 Chaired Parliamentary Committees.. Women's Disputes Obstacles to Choosing the Chairperson of "Women and Children"
Shafaq News / A source in the House of Representatives revealed today, Saturday, that seven female deputies have been chosen to chair parliament committees out of 25 parliamentary committees, while indicating that a women's dispute within the Women and Children Committee has prevented the selection of a chairwoman for the committee so far.
A parliamentary source told Shafaq News Agency, "The process of selecting and electing the chairmen of the parliamentary committees took place through the voting of the members of each committee to choose the oldest deputy to head it, in the presence of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hakim Al-Zamili."
The source added that "8 parliamentary committees out of 25 committees have become headed by women, and seven women have been chosen to head 7 committees so far, while the Women and Children Committee has remained without a chairperson so far due to differences between female representatives within the committee over choosing its chairperson according to age, and the desire to be The president is elected.”
And the source added, "The women deputies who have been chosen to chair the seven committees so far are Nahida Al-Dini to head the Integrity Committee, Amal Tohme to head the Strategic Planning and Federal Service Committee, Vian Abdel Aziz to head the Investment and Development Committee, Al Yassin meeting to head the Health and Environment Committee, and Zahra Al-Bajari to head the The Transport and Communications Committee, Zeitoun Hussein Al-Dulaimi to head the Education Committee, and Nahla Al-Fahdawi to head the Labor Committee and civil society organizations.
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