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    Federal Court: Article (109) of the Constitution obliges the government to maintain the unity of Ir

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    Post by Rocky Mon 06 Nov 2017, 2:06 am

    [size=30]Federal Court: Article (109) of the Constitution obliges the government to maintain the unity of Iraq[/size]
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    Trend Press / Baghdad
     
    The Federal Supreme Court said on Monday that the government is obliged to maintain the unity of Iraq, pointing to Article (109) in the Iraqi Constitution obliges the federal authorities to maintain the unity of the country.
    "The Federal Supreme Court issued a decision on 6/11/2017 to interpret Article (1) of the Constitution, in which it concluded that this article and articles Constitutional and other related to the emphasis on the unity of Iraq, and Article 109 of the Constitution required all federal authorities to maintain this unit.
    The Samok, that "the Federal Supreme Court went in its decision to the absence of a text in the Constitution allows the separation of any of the components provided for in Article (116) of the Constitution in light of its provisions in force."

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