ARP Bureau decides to ban mobile live streaming of its proceedings

The bureau of the House of Peoples’ Representatives (ARP) decided on Monday to allow the Parliament’s Speaker to take the necessary measures for the good conduct of the parliamentary action.
The decision was taken to equip the different areas with technical means allowing only journalists to cover the meetings and to ban mobile live streaming of the ARP bureau’s work.
This decision was taken following the tensions that marked the plenary dedicated to the hearing of some ministers, leading the chair to adjourn the session.
It was also decided to extend the exceptional measures for one month, given the health situation in the country.
The parliamentary bureau discussed the prosecution of MP Yassine Ayari by the French justice system and decided to send a letter to the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Foreign Affairs on this subject.
Yassine Ayari had sent a written question to the Minister of Industry about the activities of a foreign company in Tunisia.
The bureau claims to have listened to the MP, recalling that it took measures on August 25, 2020, to provide legal protection and support to the MP.
On another level, the ARP bureau reviewed the action programme of the parliament’s legislative work during the next period and decided to hold a plenary session on June 29 and 30 and July 1, 2021, to examine the refusal by the President of the Republic to initial the law on the Constitutional Court.
The agenda also includes the examination of draft law 118/2020 regulating domestic work.
During its meeting, the parliamentary bureau transferred a proposal to amend the law on the elimination of violence against women.

Source: TAP News Agency