Representatives of the lower chamber of Parliament, the National People’s Assembly, approved by majority three legal texts, as well as provisions in dispute between the two chambers, in a public session in the presence of government representatives.
On Tuesday, representatives of the National People’s Assembly voted by majority to propose an organic law amending and supplementing Organic Law No. 18-15 relating to the amending and supplementing finance laws, a draft law relating to the written and electronic press, and a draft law relating to audio-visual activity.
The session also witnessed the ratification of the disputed provision in the text of the law relating to the protection and preservation of state lands within what was stated in “Article 2 thereof,” and the disputed provision in the text of the law that specifies the conditions and modalities for granting economic real estate belonging to the state’s private property directed to the implementation of investment projects. (Article 2 thereof), and the disputed provision in the text of the law relating to forests and forest resources (Articles 27 and 163 thereof).
The equal-member committee explained, in its preliminary report, on Article 2 of the text of the law relating to the protection and preservation of state lands that are in dispute between the two chambers of Parliament, that it held a second meeting, at the headquarters of the National Assembly, headed by Muhammad Al-Eid Balaa, Chairman of the Committee, in the presence of Abdel Rashid Tabbi, Minister Justice, Keeper of the Seals, representing the government, and Basma Azwar, Minister of Relations with Parliament, as well as Ahmed Kharshi, Vice President of the National Assembly, in charge of legislative affairs and relations with the government and the National People’s Assembly, who allocated him to study the provisions of Article 2 of the text of the law in question, which was voted on by the National People’s Assembly. In a public session held under the chairmanship of Ibrahim Boghali, Speaker of the Council, while the National Assembly did not ratify it in its public session held under the chairmanship of Saleh Gogel, Speaker of the Council.
After extensive discussion, the committee reached a proposal for a new text for Article 2 of the text of the law relating to the protection and preservation of state lands, which is in dispute, as follows: Article 2: This law applies to lands belonging to national properties, which include public and private properties belonging to the state, and public and private properties belonging to the state. For local communities, as defined in applicable legislation.
It also applies to lands belonging to the properties mentioned in the first paragraph of this article, which are recovered in application of the provisions of this law.
The new text of Article 2 was presented to a vote, and the members of the equal committee approved it unanimously, with 19 yes votes out of a total of 19 members present and one member absent.
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