Arab par­lia­ments’ sec-gens hail study pre­sented by Kuwait

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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.

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