CDA boycotters: Oman and Al-Bayda meetings are illegal


A group of the Constitution Drafting Assembly boycotting members has disclosed that the CDA meetings in Oman and Al-Bayda are illegal and violate the constitutional declaration.

The CDA group said the amendment to the quorum of the CDA done in Al-Bayda meetings last week is invalid and because the CDA is not authorized to amend the quorum under any circumstances. The amendment should be the duty of the legislative authority, the boycotters added in a statement Tuesday.

Many members boycotted the CDA meetings in Oman because they said they violated the constitutional declaration and are working by foreign Agenda.

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