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The Federal Court confirms its lack of competence to consider the administrative actions of Parliame

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
The Federal Supreme Court, on Wednesday, a complaint against the validity of the membership of one of the deputies, noting that it is not competent to consider the administrative conduct of the House of Representatives.
"The Federal Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all members' judges," court spokesman Iyas al-Samouk said in a statement received by Mawazine News. ".
The statement added, "The plaintiff confined his request to issue a decision requiring the defendant President of the House of Representatives / in addition to his job, to submit his appeal to challenge the health of the deputy against the emirate; The agenda of each session of the Council, in implementation of the text (52 / first) of the Constitution.
He pointed out, "The Federal Supreme Court found that the plaintiff's request after the limitation of his claim relates to administrative action concerning a specific challenge governed by a constitutional article which is Article (52 / first) of the Constitution."
He pointed out, "The court found that such behavior is adapted as an administrative action competent to hear the appeal the competent court to consider administrative actions."
He pointed out, Samok that "the Federal Supreme Court confirmed that its jurisdiction in the application of the provisions of Article (52) of the Constitution is confined to the appeal submitted to the decision issued by the House of Representatives in accordance with its competence set forth in Article (52 / I) of the Constitution."
The Spokesman stressed that "the court confirmed that its judiciary has settled in several judgments on this direction, including the decision issued by the number (72 / Federal / 2019) on (23/9/2019)."
He continued, "The Federal Supreme Court, and based on the foregoing found that the plaintiff's suit to respond from the competent authority, and ruled its dismissal."


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{Federal: Euphrates News} The Federal Supreme Court dismissed an objection to the validity of the membership of one of the deputies, noting that it is not competent to consider the administrative conduct of the House of Representatives.
"The Federal Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of the judges of all members," said court spokesman Iyas al-Samouk in a statement received by the Euphrates News Agency. .
Al-Samouk added that "the plaintiff confined his request to issue a decision requiring the defendant to the President of the Council of Representatives / in addition to his job, to submit his appeal to challenge the health of the deputy against the emirate; The agenda of each session of the Council, in implementation of the text (52 / first) of the Constitution.
He pointed out, "The Federal Supreme Court found that the plaintiff's request after the limitation of his claim relates to administrative action concerning a specific challenge governed by a constitutional article which is Article (52 / first) of the Constitution."
He pointed out, "The court found that such behavior is adapted as an administrative action competent to hear the appeal the competent court to consider administrative actions."
He pointed out that "the Federal Supreme Court confirmed that its jurisdiction in the application of the provisions of Article (52) of the Constitution is limited to the consideration of the appeal submitted to the decision issued by the House of Representatives in accordance with its competence set forth in Article (52 / I) of the Constitution."
The Spokesman stressed that "the court confirmed that its judiciary has settled in several judgments on this direction, including the decision issued by the number (72 / Federal / 2019) on (23/9/2019)."
He continued, "The Federal Supreme Court, and based on the foregoing found that the plaintiff's suit to respond from the competent authority, and ruled her response."


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Iraq forms central anti-corruption criminal court to deal with "major" cases


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The judiciary has decided to form a central criminal court to combat corruption to deal with cases of people accused of corruption from office holders, following a meeting involving heads of judicial bodies and judges of integrity and guest officials in the Prime Minister and financial control and integrity.
An official statement of the Supreme Judicial Council said that "the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Fayeq Zidan, attended a meeting that included Messrs. The duties of the head of the Integrity Commission and the Director General of the Legal Department in the Office of Prime Minister Hassanein Fouad and the Director General of the Investigation Department of the Integrity Commission Karim Ghazi.
The statement added that "the meeting discussed ways to develop a new mechanism to combat corruption and diagnose the causes of imbalance in this file and discussed the proposal submitted by the President of the Supreme Judicial Council in the session of the House of Representatives held on 9/3/2019, which was devoted to discuss the subject of fighting corruption, where one of the most important of these reasons It is the preoccupation of the Integrity Commission and the competent courts to consider its work in simple cases that meet the legal description as a corruption case according to the definition of the crime of corruption under the law of the Integrity Commission, but it is too many and its impact on the economic situation is not tangible and then influence the resolution of large cases with a clear impact on the national economy ".
He pointed out that "Mr. Chairman of the Council proposed at the time to amend the law of the Integrity Commission so that the body is competent in the investigation of large cases, but this amendment has not been so far."
He continued that "the prevalence of abnormal administrative corruption phenomenon and immediate treatment until the amendment of the Commission on Integrity approved the alternative proposal was presented to the members of the Supreme Judicial Council in an electronic session in which the approval of the formation of (Central Criminal Anti-Corruption Criminal Court) at the presidency of the Court of Appeal Baghdad / Karkh In accordance with the provisions of Article (29 / II) of the Judicial Organization Law, it is competent to deal with major corruption cases and cases of corruption of defendants who hold important positions in all authorities and state institutions and who are associated with such cases in any capacity.
The statement said that "the cases that fall within the jurisdiction of the court mentioned by the presidency of the prosecution after deliberation with the Commission on Integrity in coordination with the court."
"The investigation of these cases is handled by the first investigative judges in the court of inquiry
Concerned with the cases of the Integrity Commission in the Court of Appeal of Baghdad / Rusafa and Karkh in coordination with the Presidency of the Appeals Courts on cases committed in Baghdad and the rest of the provinces.
He pointed out that "the Integrity Commission is responsible for naming a sufficient number of investigators to conduct a preliminary investigation into cases within the jurisdiction of the Court and under the supervision of the competent investigating judges."


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