13:38 - 2023-08-18
Today, Friday, the representative of the State of Law Parliamentary bloc, Firas Al-Maslamawi, revealed the laws to be enacted in Parliament in the coming period, while confirming that the vote on the advisory offices law and the amendment of the private university education law is imminent.
Al-Maslamawi said, in a press statement, that "the priority of the presidency of Parliament and the House of Representatives is to legislate laws sent by the government, and in the second stage come the proposals for laws and committees."
He explained, "Parliamentary committees decided that the proposals and amendments of laws sent by the government should be in a way that touches the lives of citizens."
He added, "Among the important laws that Parliament intends to legislate after the arrival of its draft is the oil and gas law," stressing that "there is a parliamentary and governmental will to legislate it in a manner that preserves justice in the distribution of wealth."
He pointed out, "Parliament's determination to support the vulnerable segments with regard to small and income-generating projects, as this law has been approved and has become effective, in addition to the information law, as it is a very important law and is concerned with electronic extortion."
He pointed out that "the informatics law aims to protect everyone, contrary to what was circulated in the media, that it is a restriction of freedoms," noting that "the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee is working to complete this law."
He pointed out that "there is a trend among the political blocs and forces to form legal committees aimed at taking the initiative and enacting laws that directly affect the life of the citizen," noting that "the government has withdrawn 9 laws, most notably the law of random homes, and is waiting to send them to Parliament and vote on them."
Al-Maslamawi stated that "the House of Representatives is moving towards legislating or amending laws related to the sectors of agriculture, industry and water resources, as well as education and higher education," noting that "the Higher Education Committee will soon vote on the consulting offices law and efforts to amend Law 25 of private university education, which pertains to private universities." In addition to amending Law 40.
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