MP Faisal Al-Duwaisan has warned that the executive bylaws of the Financial Controllers Agency Law might be marred by constitutional loopholes. In his statement to the press, Al-Duwaisan pointed out he was not wrong in saying during the session on March 25, 2015 that the lawmakers might have a confrontation with the government once the law is passed.
He accused the government of lacking enthusiasm every time the Parliament ratifies a law in an alleged attempt to dampen efforts to strictly enforce laws. He explained the probable loopholes in the executive bylaws were uncovered after setting aside the opinions of some constitutional experts, as some items turned out to be beyond the limits stipulated in Article 72 of the Constitution.
Source: Arab Times