Federal Court: Parliament did not delegate his powers to the government
Baghdad / term
The Federal Supreme Court confirmed on Tuesday that the House vote on the reforms made by the Prime Minister, the summer of 2015, does not mean " the mandate of the powers."
Arguing that parliament gave the government reforms and the status of ratification of force compliance with the "Constitution and laws clause".
Surprised Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi political parties, in August 2015, introduced reforms including economic, political and security measures package. Abadi included measures to reduce ministerial cabin from 33 to 22 only as a first step, the reduction of protections for senior officials by 90% and cut their salaries.
The voice of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, 11/8/2015, the absolute majority on the first package of reforms approved by the Council of Ministers.
A statement by the Federal Court yesterday that "the House vote by resolution (15 to 2015) the Council of Ministers Resolution No. (307 to 2015) under the name of (reform package) does not mean a mandate to the powers, pointing out that it is like the condition of its agreement with the Constitution and laws in force approved .
The statement said that " the Federal Supreme Court held its chaired by judge Medhat al - Mahmoud and the presence of all its members received an appeal by the House No. (15) for the year 2015".
She drew the court that " the prosecutor said this decision a mandate from the House of Representatives for his powers to the cabinet , which issued a package reforms of the resolution (307 to 2015), and said that this Atar With the principle of separation of contained in Article authorities (47) of the Constitution. " The
Federal Court said it" found that the House 's decision came to the approval of the Council of Ministers ' decision and the condition of the force should be in accordance with the Constitution and laws in force. "
She stressed the Constitutional Court on" the possibility of any citizen to appeal the resulting authentication before the Federal Supreme Court or any competent court whenever she found a violation of the Constitution or laws decisions, "noting that" the court decided to dismiss the claim, because it is not based on the Constitution. "
Broke out in August 2015, popular demonstrations, began in Basra and then moved to Baghdad and the rest of the provinces, following the deterioration of the power supply in conjunction with high temperatures in the summer.
The Iraqi Council of Ministers agreed unanimously on the first package of the resolution entitled 307 reforms before they are forwarded to the House of Representatives for approval. The reforms to keep all senior positions of independent bodies, agents, ministries, consultants and directors of two years from "partisan and sectarian quotas" that "holds the professional committee appointed by the Prime Minister and the selection of candidates in the light of efficiency and integrity standards. This
included government decision 307, the abolition of the special allocations for all presidencies, bodies and institutions State and retirees of them, and the opening of the previous and current files of corruption under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made up of specialists and invite the judiciary to adopt a number of specialized judges known for the full integrity of the investigation and prosecution of corrupt.
The House of Nau B Iraq, in the 11th of August 2015, the reforms sent by the Council of Ministers, which included more than 11 paragraph of the reforms package, which included the abolition of ministries and reducing its allocations for retired officials and reduce the number of protections for them.
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