The Advisory Council welcomed the decision of the European Parliament last Thursday, which affirmed that human rights violations were caused by the unjust siege imposed by the Saudi led quartet on Qatar.
The Advisory Council took the decision at its regular weekly session on Monday, held under the chairmanship of its Speaker HE Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud.
HE al-Mahmoud said that the Advisory Council, in its first session during this blessed month, recalls the unjust siege imposed on the country in this holy month last year.
The draft law defines the unified economic register as “a record in which economic establishments and self-employed persons are registered”.
They presented the view of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment on the request for a general discussion on the increase in rent of shops.
The Advisory Council, at its regular weekly meeting presided over by HE the Deputy Speaker Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Sulaiti, on Monday discussed a draft law on transport of hazardous substances by road.
HE the Advisory Council Speaker Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud met on Sunday with a delegation of the Qatari-European Friendship Group in the European Parliament. The delegation was led by Ramona Manescu.
Under the terms of the draft law, non-Qataris may own and use properties in Qatar “in accordance with conditions specified by a decision of the Cabinet."
The Advisory Council's weekly regular session held on Monday under the chairmanship of its Speaker HE Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud, held a discussion on the status of 'judicial seizure'.
HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani reaffirmed that any dialogue with the siege countries will not be at the expense of Qatar's sovereignty, stressing the need to have basic principles, which are shielded by a clear mechanism, to settle conflict
The Advisory Council today discussed a draft law regulating the investment of non-Qatari capital in economic activity, during its regular weekly session.
The Council decided to refer the draft law to the Council's Internal and Foreign Affairs Committee for further study and a report.