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Report says House voted to postpone meeting despite lack of quorum

By Petra - Mar 28,2015 - Last updated at Mar 28,2015

AMMAN — The Civil Coalition for Monitoring Parliamentary Elections (Rased) on Saturday issued a report on the 21st week of the Lower House’s second ordinary session.

The report noted that the Lower House voted last Wednesday to postpone a general discussion session to look into the issue of print media, despite the fact that it lacked quorum at the time of the vote.

The Chamber adjourned the session without setting another date or explaining the decision, Rased said, adding that the decision was based on a memo received by MP Ahmad Safadi, who presided over the session.

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