[size=36]An expert warns that the Parliament will continue to discuss the Federal Court Act as it stands today[/size]
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
warned the expert in constitutional affairs Mohammed Sharif, on Monday, the continuation of the House of Representatives in the discussion of the Federal Supreme Court in its current form, calling for its removal from the so-called electoral entitlements and quotas.
"The insistence of the House of Representatives on discussing the Federal Supreme Court's law in its current form is a blow to the concerns of specialists and representatives of small components in Iraq," Sharif said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
He added that "the intention has become clear in the domination of the constitutional judiciary by the political blocs as it is under what will be traded in the media nomination of judges, as well as the imposition of religious tutelage in the court in the presence of members under the names of religious scholars as members and entitled to participate in the resolution "He said.
He pointed out that "the Islamic parties after the failure of the executive and legislative authorities are trying to find a foothold in the judiciary, by insisting on the presence of clerics supported by those parties as members of the highest Iraqi court," pointing out that "these concerns reinforced The news circulated about the nomination of Islamic figures, and start promoting them as members of candidates for the Federal Supreme Court.
Al-Sherif said that "what matters to us as specialists in the constitutional and legal affairs is the preservation of the judicial nature of the Federal Supreme Court in accordance with Article 92 (I) of the Constitution. The Supreme Federal Court is an independent financial and administrative tribunal. "He said.
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He called Sharif, "civil society organizations and the media to pressure the political blocs to maintain the constitutional judiciary in Iraq and removed from the power of parties failed to provide services to the Iraqi street."