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    Alsumaria News - Politics

    The House of Representatives bell rang today, Tuesday, marking the start of today's session, which included five paragraphs.


    Alsumaria correspondent inside the House of Representatives said, "The parliament bell is now ringing to invite the deputies to enter the parliament hall, in order to hold the session that was supposed to start at twelve o'clock in the afternoon."

    The agenda of today's session includes five paragraphs, most notably the vote on the decision to extend and exempt foodstuffs from tax and customs.

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