Egypt’s Parliament Speaker Ali Abdul Aal said that he will vote out several members next Tuesday, during a plenary session, local media reported.
Abdul Aal accused a number of deputies of the critical 25-30 parliamentary bloc of violating the system of the session, during the vote on the draft law on the financial treatment of the speaker of the House of Representatives, the prime minister, members of the government, and governors and their deputies, which reduces the pension of ministers.
Article 110 of the constitution states that “the membership of a member shall not be revoked unless he loses confidence and consideration, loses one of the terms of the membership, on which he was elected, or violates his duties. The decision to drop the membership shall be made by a two-thirds majority of the members of the House of Representatives.”
During the session, MP Salah Halaballah, a spokesperson for the parliament, demanded the activation of the internal regulations of the parliament against any member who violates it when speaking during the voting process.
This came after member Diaa Dawood of the 25-30 bloc wanted to voice his opinion during the voting process on the bill.
Several parliamentarians were referred to the parliamentary disciplinary committee, during the recent period for certain actions prohibited by the internal regulations of the council.