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The Constitutional Amendments Committee announced, on Saturday, the end of all its work due to the existence of disputed points that have not been resolved so far.
A member of the committee, Yonadam Kanna, said in an interview with the official newspaper, followed by “Nass,” (November 28, 2020), that “the most prominent points of contention were (the nature of the system, will it remain a parliamentarian or become a republican presidential or mixed) and has not been resolved, and secondly (exclusive powers And the common and the supremacy of the laws, for whom?) For the federal or for the regions, and (Article 140) remained unresolved without discussion or agreement.
He added, "As for what is agreed upon, they are many points, the most important of which is the winning electoral bloc that has the right to form a government in accordance with the amended Article 76."
Kanna noted that “the differences have political backgrounds, and the defect is not in the committee, but with the references of the political blocs, as suspicion of the other still exists, and there is fear of the return of centralization and concentration of powers and powers in the center and disavowal of the decentralized administrative system, and this is contrary to the constitution and principles that were the basis for consensus the National".
And he continued, "As for the articles agreed upon, the most important aspect of it is the solidification of the language and the treatment of formulas bearing faces, which with loose ends pay for diligence and cause difference in interpretation, which are dozens of materials."
Kanna believed that "writing or amending the constitution is in an atmosphere and climates of agreement and harmony, but now, and in such circumstances and division within the House of Representatives among many blocs, we doubt the possibility of voting on what the Constitutional Amendments Committee has accomplished."
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