Al-Ghoul: Empowering the government begins by presenting it to the Legislative Council


The head of the legal committee in the Palestinian Legislative Council MP Mohammed al-Ghoul said that the empowerment of the government begins from enabling it constitutionally by presenting it to the Legislative Council to gain confidence.
Al-Ghoul said in a statement Tuesday that gaining confidence for the government gives it immunity from accountability for  usurpation of power and illegitimacy and violating the Palestinian Basic Law, which states in Article 4/79 that no prime minister or minister can exercise his functions unless he has confidence in the Legislative Council.
The Palestinian Legislative Council was dissolved by a decision of President Mahmoud Abbas 10 years ago.
Prime Minister Rami al-Hamdallah said this month that without full empowerment of the government in the Gaza Strip, things would be incomplete.

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