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    Will the movement to amend the election law succeed again? A parliamentarian answers

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    Post by Rocky Tue 16 Apr 2024, 4:52 am

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    [size=52]Will the movement to amend the election law succeed again? A parliamentarian answers[/size]

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    04/15/2024
    Member of the House of Representatives, Kazem Al-Touki, today, Monday, ruled out changing the current election law in light of the parliamentary movements and signatures of some political blocs, while he stressed that the continued vacancy in the position of Speaker of Parliament hinders voting on the proposed new amendment.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Touki said in an interview, “The initial proposal for the amendment is to vote on returning the law to what it was in Saint-Lego (one district),” noting that “the lack of a government to hold early elections postpones amending the law to an indefinite date.”[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "The current government is focusing primarily on fully implementing the government program," pointing out that "amending the election law and holding early elections requires creating an appropriate climate that is consistent with the reality of the current political process."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Touki concluded his speech: “The government and political forces’ tendency to hold early elections will lead to stopping all projects and the entry of the Sudanese government into a caretaker position,” adding that “changing the current election law is unlikely in light of the parliamentary movements and signatures of some political blocs.”[/size]
    [size=45]According to observers, the move by some political forces to amend the current election law will not find anyone to promote it as a result of two important things. The first is: the position of the Presidency of Parliament has not been decided yet, and the government does not intend to hold early elections to ensure that the implementation of the government program is not obstructed. Ended 25/Y[/size]
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