[size=36]A ministerial parliamentary meeting to finalize the law on caring for people with disabilities[/size]
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, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, chaired, on Monday, an expanded meeting to put the final touches on the law on caring for people with disabilities.
Al-Mandalawi's office stated in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that "the latter chaired an expanded meeting of the Labor Committee and parliamentary civil society organizations, and the Minister of Labor, Ahmed Al-Asadi, and the head of the Authority for Persons with Disabilities (Ahmed Al-Bunya) were hosted, to discuss the law "Care for People with Disabilities and Special Needs." Al
-Mandalawi affirmed, "The segment of the disabled and people with special needs has suffered a lot during the past decades, and it must be one of the first steps of the House of Representatives to take care of this patient segment and treat it fairly by enacting a law that guarantees its right to a decent life, as well as providing specialized institutions concerned with their rehabilitation and integration into society." ".
According to the statement, the conferees exchanged proposals with the relevant authorities to include them in the Law on Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs, add some amendments to the texts of the law and put the final touches on it before including it on the agenda of the House of Representatives to vote on it. Ended 29 / H