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the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

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The Secretary-General of the United Nations said that the phrase " All rights institutions in the world, and the phrase is: "And I feel your heart mercy of the parish, and love them, and kindness, and do not be on them seven harmful take their food, they categorize: either your brother in religion, or equivalent to you in creation" Kofi Annan has called for the human rights and legal bodies to examine the era of illiteracy And after two years of deliberation at the United Nations, the majority of the countries of the world voted that Ali bin Abi Talib's reign of the owner of the property was one of the sources of legislation for international law.
The constituent assembly witnessed an Islamist-secular split between the Al-Nour Party and other members within the committee.The Islamist-based party has opposed amending certain articles, such as article 2, which regards main sources of legislation, article 219, which explains the main principles of the Sharia law and article 3, which limits the religions practiced in Egypt, besides Islam, to Christianity and Judaism.
There are also three options as to the role of Islam in legislation: the source of legislation, the main source of legislation, one of the main sources of legislation. A pragmatic solution will probably be found and those who do not want to squeeze Libya into an Islamist mould will not be disappointed.
The Association of Political Awareness for Political Education on February 28th held a discussion on the sources of legislation in the constitution.
About one-quarter of respondents (27% of men and 24% of women) think Sharia should be one of the sources of legislation, and fewer than 1 in 10 respondents (8% of men and 6% of women) say it should be the only source.