Three laws on the table of Parliament
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The House of Representatives is preparing to pass several laws through which it will rectify its long delay in bringing about a tangible change in public opinion, which has become fed up with the lack of important laws and the delay in the budget due to long-running political disputes.
. He explained that "these legislations will give government institutions more spaces for work and movement." In turn, committee member Raed al-Maliki said that "there are very few legislations before Parliament today," pointing out that "some of them date back to earlier stages of past sessions and are not valid for direct legislation today. Because it came two or three previous sessions.
Al-Maliki added, to "Al-Sabah", that "it is not correct for parliament to enact laws that are different about them or inherited from previous parliamentary sessions, even if they are passed through the first and second reading, such as information crimes, the civil service law, and others. These laws are outdated today, and they have many problems." Pointing out that "the government was forced to withdraw some of these legislations for this reason, and on the other hand, there are necessary legislations on the table today, which are the retirement and social security laws for workers, and the amendment of the Persons with Disabilities Authority law and the budget law, which will be among the first laws as well as the amendment of the election law or even the provincial council law." If there are any amendments to it.” And he pointed out that “everyone wants Parliament to implement the laws of this stage, and the reason for deporting these laws is political differences.”
Edited by: Ali Abdel-Khalek
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