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BASSIL After Change and Reform Meeting: Government Legally Bound to Magnetic Vote Cards' Use





BASSIL After Change and Reform Meeting: Government Legally Bound to Magnetic Vote Cards' Use

09 Jan 2018

Lebanon- Head of the Free Patriotic Movement, Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil, on Tuesday maintained that the government was legally bound to adopting the magnetic vote cards, highlighting the necessity to make the necessary reforms in the upcoming legislative polls.

"The law obliges the government to adopt the magnetic vote cards; in order to cancel them, the government must submit a draft for amendment, whereas an agreement should be previously reached," Bassil told reporters following the weekly meeting of the Change and Reform parliamentary bloc.

On a different note, Bassil maintained that the bloc was ready to meet all demands that would speed up the ratification of the state budget, as long as the budget includes indicators of reform.


 














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