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More seats possible

The government has organized a six-member committee to study the possibility of raising

the number of seats in the National Assembly, officials said.

The committee includes one member from each major party in the assembly, two members

from the Ministry of Interior, and one from the statistics department of the Ministry

of Planning. Currently, the National Assembly has 123 seats.

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