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Rased criticises Lower House’s frequent loss of quorum

By JT - Dec 19,2015 - Last updated at Dec 19,2015

AMMAN — The Civil Coalition for Monitoring Elections and the Performance of Elected Councils (Rased) on Saturday said the major performance issue recorded in the fourth week of the Lower House’s third ordinary session is the continued lack of quorum.

In its weekly report, Rased stressed the importance of dealing with the phenomenon, pointing out that some sessions failed to convene due the frequent absence of MPs. Rased also pointed to the increasing number of resignations from House committees, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

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