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Parliament committe delays decision on rents law amendments
April 1, 2015, 10:10 am

The parliamentary legislative and legal committee on Monday adjourned taking a decision on proposed amendments to the rents law and a relevant government bill to its next meeting.

The committee rapporteur, Dr. Abdulhamid Dashti, said in a statement at the parliament headquarters that the commission discussed proposals for adding a new provision to the decree-into-law 116/1992, regarding administrative organization and specification of jurisdictions.

MP Dashti indicated that the committee decided to hold talks with government advisors and seek to persuade them to maintain the current rental legislations, without amendments. He also noted that the Civil Service Commission should supervise any decisions in this regard, in advance. 

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