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    Alsumaria News - Politics

    Parliament has only two years left in its life, as it is now at the beginning of the third legislative year, out of its total life of 4 legislative years, amid the accumulation of many laws in its offices or with the government without resolving them, at a time when there are 4 various reasons. Due to the delay in laws, including the activity of the committee concerned with the law, the withdrawal of laws by the government, or the laws containing problems.


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    In this regard, Representative Badriya Al-Barzanji confirmed that “the House of Representatives was affected by the political repercussions, and we have begun working on a schedule of laws that must be legislated,” adding that “the matter depends on the relevant committee and the extent of its activity and coordination with the Speaker of the House,” adding that “some laws are delayed by two months before It was presented to the Council, but we are optimistic for the best during the first legislative term of the third year,” according to the government newspaper Al-Sabah.



    Al-Barzanji continued, “There are laws that the government has withdrawn to make additions or amendments, and there are other laws that contain problems, and sometimes sessions are held for a long time and some laws are postponed,” indicating that “Parliament has a comprehensive schedule for all laws and we are trying to pass most of them, but the matter is related to the relevant committee.” its activity and efficiency.”

    Al-Barzanji believes that “Parliament can complete more than 60 percent of the laws on the agenda.”

    The number of postponed and accumulated laws is estimated at more than 150 laws, while Parliament is experiencing a crisis in re-electing a new Speaker of Parliament to replace former President Muhammad Al-Halbousi after ending his membership in Parliament.

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