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Draft of 20A gazetted

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The Government Printers Department today issued the Gazette of the 20th Amendment to the Constitution.

The Cabinet yesterday endorsed the bill titled ‘20th Amendment to the Constitution. If enacted, 20A will change the provisions of the 19th Amendment bar four areas - the term limit of President, duration of presidency, the term of Parliament and the right to information, sources said today.

The bill will be presented in Parliament to be debated and enacted into law with a majority of two-thirds.

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  • Sokrates Thursday, 03 September 2020 06:05 PM

    Goodbye democracy. This 20th Amendment to the constitution is criminal and inhuman. This sweeps away all democratic principles. This Amendment puts absolute power in the hands of a merciless Mafia boss and mass murderer. Hopefully now the people who voted for these criminals will wake up and realize the mistake they made. But anyway it is too late now. This country is now becoming a second North Korea. Now only the biological solution can help and free us from the Mafia brothers.

    Makanal Friday, 04 September 2020 10:59 AM

    Doesn't seem to be a good omen to the country.

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