Parliamentary Legal: the right to appeal the budget law by the Federal Court
Parliamentary Legal Committee, confirmed Sunday, the right to challenge a draft federal budget law of the country for the current year by the Federal Court.
Committee Chairman Mahmoud Hassan told / information /, "The House of Representatives earlier Have previous experience when he was challenged some of the provisions of the 2012 budget were judged unconstitutional those texts and then written off."
He added that "the original texts of the draft federal budget for the country for the current year law can not be challenged," noting that "the appeal shall be entitled only to the added material by a committee setup or by the chairman of the parliament to be deleted or modified if they are found unconstitutional."
Hassan said that "the challenge is from by the Federal Court to consider the validity of the appeal or not.
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