Arab parliaments’ sec-gens hail study presented by Kuwait
The secretaries-general of Arab parliament have lauded a study presented by the Secretariat General of Kuwait’s National Assembly on the importance of developing the ability to draft legislation.
Secretary-General of Kuwait’s National Assembly and Chairperson of the Secretariat General Council of the Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union (AIPU) MP Allam AlKandari stated that the study, which was presented at the council’s symposium, received compliments and appreciation regarding it as a reference for drafting legislation.
Al-Kandari added the council has had an agreement that every secretary general in the Arab Parliament should present the worksheet for a team consisting of four secretaries general. He explained “this will happen after incorporating drafting guidelines in the handbook before printing and distributing it to the council members.”
Meanwhile, presenter of the study Dr Ahmad Al-Ajmi disclosed the study highlighted components for improving the process
of drafting legislation for those in charge – whether lawmakers, legal experts or consultants.
Al-Ajmi revealed the study focused on two main agendas: one is developing the ability to draft legislation among lawmakers from ideas and proposals which are in the minds of parliamentarians. The second agenda is about drafting legislation as an ultimate and final process for lawmakers with many components to assist those in charge of drafting legislation. (KUNA)
Al-Kandari during the Secretaries-General of Arab Parliament’s meeting.