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    A proposal to reduce the number of seats in parliament

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     A proposal to reduce the number of seats in parliament Empty A proposal to reduce the number of seats in parliament

    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Jan 2017, 4:11 am

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    MP for the coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati, that with the start of the House of Representatives hearings on the tenth of this month, the Council will discuss a new proposal to abolish the 100 parliamentary seats.

    Al-Bayati said, in a press statement that "the House of Representatives will begin its first session with the beginning of the new legislative term in the 10 of this month, complete the discussion of the provincial elections law," adding that "the law will depend St Lego rate that allows the division of seats by one-on system seven, "according to government Manglth morning newspaper.

    Al-Bayati said that "discussions are still going on about the local councils and seats in the House of Representatives," pointing out that "there hosted the got and you will get the civil society organizations and experts."

    He stressed that "the blocs will discuss the law, according to sizes taking into account the reactions and mass claims the change, but the result will be concerned with the question of voting on the final version," he said, adding that "the government has proposed reducing the number of members of the provincial councils in half and we are supportive of this proposal, in addition to reducing the members of the Board Representatives up to 100 deputy or less or a little more to become the number between 200 or 275, but the reduction need a constitutional opinion to move him. "

    The legal expert Tareq Harb, announced earlier, that the Council could reduce the number of MPs (now numbering 328 members) in half, according to the Constitution, noting that reducing the number of deputies does not require a constitutional amendment.



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