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    Parliamentary Legal: 88 draft laws on the parliamentary shelf

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    Post by Rocky Thu 09 May 2024, 6:29 am

    [size=46]Parliamentary Legal: 88 draft laws on the parliamentary shelf[/size]
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    The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed that there are 88 draft laws awaiting resolution, while it is expected that the next legislative term will witness voting on many of them.
     Committee member Murtada Al-Saadi said that the committee is continuing to follow up on the laws and their proposals, whether basic or subsidiary, by participating in them, pointing out that 88 laws are currently present within the committee, including 15 basic laws, and the committee is working to complete its provisions to proceed with voting on them.
    He added that many laws and their proposals were submitted to the Acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, expecting that the next legislative term will witness the resolution of quite a few of them, the first and second reading of which have been completed.
     He explained that some laws were withdrawn by the government, whether they had political or financial aspects, awaiting their referral according to the amendments it wanted in order to proceed with them.

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