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    Member of the parliamentary legality: Jubouri deliberately disabled pass laws

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    Post by Rocky Sat 23 Apr 2016, 8:49 am

    Member of the parliamentary legality: Jubouri deliberately disabled pass laws  


    4/23/16


    Accused the parliamentary legal committee member Ibtisam al-Hilali, Saturday, Parliament Speaker Salim al disable the adoption of important laws in the parliament.

    Hilali said in a statement to Agence / information / The "House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri deliberately to disrupt many important laws that were supposed to approval during the current legislative session."

    She added that "al-Jubouri, the Federal Court blocked the law and the law of amnesty, oil and gas and other important laws, for political purposes, not legal constitutional."

    A number of MPs have voted in Thursday's session (April 14, 2016) on the dismissal of the parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, after passing a quorum of more than 170 deputies, at a time when the Federal Court did not issue any clarification on the legality of the dismissal of Adamha.


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