[size=36]Parliamentary Legal: Dissolving Parliament may be a salvation from the political blockage[/size]
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The head of the committee, Mohamed Anouz, said that "the root of the problem of choosing the prime minister is constitutional, not political," stressing "the need to address the issue of choosing the prime minister through the constitution."
He added, "Dissolving Parliament may be the salvation from the current political blockage," noting that "the House of Representatives has nothing to do with forming the government or not, and the parliament must proceed with its legislative procedures, as there are legislations that have nothing to do with the government and have no financial side."
He continued, "It was agreed with the parliament's presidency to refer approximately 20 law proposals to the upcoming parliament sessions, and work is underway in them," explaining that "the Legal Committee has begun to set priorities for these laws, and it is continuing to present many bills that need new formulation or amendment." End 29 /p.87