[size=36]The Federal Court confirms its lack of competence to consider the administrative actions of Parliament[/size]
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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."