DAMASCUS, (SANA) - The People's Assembly condemned the illegal infiltration of the two members of the Kuwaiti Parliament, Walid al-Tabtabai and Jamaan al-Harbash into Syria through the Turkish territories on September 7th, 2012 and attempts to spread sedition among the united Syrian people.
Speaker of the People's Assembly, Mohammad Jihad al-Lahham stressed the Assembly's keenness to have best relations with the Kuwaiti Parliament to meet the aspirations of the Syrian and Kuwaiti peoples.
He said that the Assembly denounces this irresponsible behavior and looks forwards to an explanation by the Kuwaiti Parliament regarding the infiltration of the two MPs into the Syrian territories in the manner of takfiri terrorists , gunmen and weapons' smugglers.
Lahham added that it had been better for the Kuwaiti Parliament to have sent an official delegation to inspect the reality of events in Syria, hold talks with members of the Syrian People's Assembly and other political figures and present proposals that contribute to halting the bloodshed in Syria and bring all sides together to come to dialogue as it is the best way to overcome the current crisis and draw up the democratic future of Syria which has been guaranteed by the Constitution.
The People's Assembly approved draft law on exempting electricity subscribers from fines if they paid their financial obligations by March 31st, 2013.
Members of the People's Assembly stressed the necessity of providing facilitation for private companies and facilities to obtain electricity converters, particularly after the damage caused by the armed terrorist groups to high and medium voltage power transmission lines.
The Assembly also approved draft law on establishing the General Establishment for Seed Propagation.
The Assembly referred the report of the Legislative and Constitutional Committee on possibility of ratifying the agreement to establish a center for bilateral geopolitical, trade, economic, scientific, technical and financial cooperation signed between Syria and the International Center for Geopolitical Analysis and Trade Cooperation on August 3rd, 2012 in Moscow to the committees of Arab and international affairs for scrutiny.
The Assembly's members raised questions regarding the possibility of establishing a university in Hasaka province and a sewage treatment plant in Salqeen city in Idleb to reduce pollution.
R. Raslan/ M. Ismael