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The Arab Parliament concludes its committee meetings in preparation for its second session in Cairo

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The Arab Parliament, headed by His Excellency Mr. Adel bin Abdul Rahman Al-Asoumi, concluded the meetings of its four permanent committees in preparation for holding its second plenary session of the fourth session of the third legislative term, in full session today at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States in Cairo.

The Foreign, Political and National Security Affairs Committee discussed the political and security developments in the Arab world, and the preparation of a comprehensive Arab vision on enhancing security and stability in the Arab world. The Legislative, Legal and Human Rights Affairs Committee discussed the human rights situation report for the year 2023 AD, and discussed an Arab parliamentary vision to address the negative repercussions. natural disasters on human rights in the Arab world, and a draft Arab indicative law to combat the phenomenon of bullying in the Arab world.

While the Economic and Financial Affairs Committee reviewed efforts to activate Arab agreements in economic affairs in a number of Arab countries, and the initiative to prepare an Arab strategy to support entrepreneurship in Arab countries, and discuss laws, legislation and visions that enhance the digital economy, the committee also reviewed the preparations for the second edition of the forum. Arab Economist on enhancing economic integration among Arab countries.

The Social, Educational, Women and Youth Affairs Committee discussed the adoption of the parliamentary document for Arab women, the axes of the report on the social situation in the Arab world for the year 2023, and the follow-up of the arrangement to hold a symposium on protecting societal values ​​in the Arab world, in addition to discussing the participation of young people in public life and studying the elimination of unemployment and the multiplicity and diversity of sources. The work of young graduates, and the study of developing a parliamentary vision for preparing a database of Arab antiquities.

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