Confirmed to the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary member Majed al-Gharawi, Wednesday, that the Council of Ministers to withdraw 56 legally House of Representatives because of the financial crisis, stressing that the parliament pending the re-sent, revealed that the anti-terrorism law from within those laws.
He said Ghraoui L / scales News /, said that "nearly 56 law was withdrawn by the government, and pending re-sent to the House of Representatives," pointing out that "most of the laws that have been withdrawn are important laws but because of the financial situation and the security situation require some modifications and changes these laws. "
He added that "the government has withdrawn these laws in order to be modified and approved and sent to the House of Representatives," noting that "the anti-terrorism law of the laws that have dragged the government, is likely to be amended upon some positions and special grades within the law as a manager device and agents."
Ghraoui and pointed out that "is likely to be change these positions due to the financial crisis experienced by the country, following a drop in oil prices," stressing that "the government has reduced some of the ministries and merged some departments and a lot of things that relate to side intelligence and financial side."
The Presidency of the Council of Ministers has withdrawn 56 of the House of Representatives a law for the purpose of the new study and make the necessary adjustments.
Some of these laws that have been withdrawn and reached the final stages in Parliament, and had been sent under the previous government. / Ended 29 n / 10
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