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    Federal Court: The Parliament is accountable to governors and heads of provincial councils

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    Federal Court: The Parliament is accountable to governors and heads of provincial councils Empty Federal Court: The Parliament is accountable to governors and heads of provincial councils

    Post by Rocky Thu 31 Aug 2017, 2:49 am



    Federal Court: The Parliament is accountable to governors and heads of provincial councils

     Baghdad / Range


    The Federal Supreme Court confirmed Wednesday that the constitution gave the House of Representatives the power to ask the governor or the head of the provincial council.
    "The court has received a referendum and a statement of opinion from the Chamber of Deputies concerning its competence to monitor the performance of the executive authority and the extent to which this can be applied by asking the governor or the head of the provincial council as the head of the executive authority in the province," the federal court said.
    He added Samok, according to a statement received (range) a copy, that "the Federal Supreme Court found through extrapolation of the provisions of the Constitution and the provisions of the law of the provinces that are not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008, Article (61 / II) of the Constitution, On the performance of the executive branch has come absolutely. " The spokesman of the Federal Court that "this release extends to the federal executive and local governments led by the conservative, as article (2 / third) of the law of the provinces are not organized in the province has provided for the jurisdiction of the Council of Representatives to control the councils, including the provincial councils, MPs ask the governor or governor of the provincial council. " In a related context, the Supreme Judicial Council announced yesterday, the transfer of the trial of the President of the Basra Provincial Council Sabah al-Bezouni to Baghdad, after the latter questioned the impartiality of the judiciary in his province.
    A deputy for the province of Basra, on the fifth of July last, the issuance of an arrest warrant by the judiciary against the President of the Basra Provincial Council Sabah al-Bezouni, on charges of corruption. The Supreme Judicial Council confirmed the issuance of the memorandum, indicating that al-Bezouni is wanted in three counts, including the use of bribes and the payment of customs duties and dispose of them other than controls.
    "The council decided to transfer the case of the head of the Basra provincial council accused Sabah al-Bezouni on charges of bribery to the Rasafa Criminal Court, which is concerned with the issues of the Integrity Commission for consideration according to the law after that," Judge Abdul Sattar Birqdar, spokesman of the Supreme Judicial Council, said in a statement. Was before the Basra Criminal Court. "
    Berkdar added that "the decision to transfer the case came after questioning the accused in the neutrality of the judiciary in Basra and submit several requests for transfer and complaints to the Federal Court of Cassation and political and legislative parties and other government includes incorrect accusations of the judiciary in the province," pointing out that "judges in the crimes of Basra, In the wake of that and expressed the desire to transfer the case to a court outside Basra. "

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