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    Federal Court calls for legislation "Union Council"

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    Post by Rocky Wed 17 Jan 2018, 1:50 am

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    The Federal Supreme Court on Tuesday stressed the need to complete the components of the legislative authority by enacting the law of the Federation Council.
    Parliamentary elections and provincial councils are due to take place on May 12 and the House of Representatives will dissolve itself with the opening of the ballot boxes. 
    "As the current parliamentary session draws to a close, it should be noted that the Federal Supreme Court's decision No. (72) issued in 2012 on the completion of the components of the legislative authority by issuing the law of the Council of the Union," spokesman Ayas al-Samuk said in a statement. 
    "The ruling came after the request of the House of Representatives to interpret Articles (65) and (137) of the Constitution relating to the Council of the Union." 
    Article (65) of the Constitution provides for the establishment of a Legislative Council called (the Council of the Union) comprising representatives from the regions and governorates not organized in the territory, and regulates its composition, membership conditions, terms of reference and all that relates to it by a law enacted by a majority of the members of the House of Representatives.
    Article (137) of the Constitution stipulates that the provisions of the Articles of Association of the Union shall be postponed until the decision of the Chamber of Deputies, by a two-thirds majority, after its first electoral session after the entry into force of this Constitution. He pointed out that "the provision confirmed that these two articles complement each other by issuing a law that includes the establishment of the Council of the Union and regulates its composition and conditions of membership in it and its terms of reference and all related matters." 
    The spokesman of the Federal Court, that "according to what the Federal Supreme Court, it must be preceded by the stage of preparation and preparation of the importance of this Council, which is the other wing of the legislative authority after the House of Representatives formed the first wing where the provisions contained in the Constitution, which required For the Council of the Union. "
    Al-Samok added that "the court's ruling stressed the importance of meeting the law to the formal and objective conditions and the level of clarity and accuracy that prevent the conflicting jurisprudence, so it is necessary to issue a statement of the House of Representatives refers to the guidance of the House of Representatives legislation of the Council of the Union to complete the wings of legislative power contained Mentioned in Article (48) of the Constitution, which states that "the legislative authority shall consist of the Council of Representatives and the Council of the Union".
    The Samok said that "the Federal Supreme Court confirmed that the establishment of the Council of the Union shall be a law in accordance with the provisions of Article (137) of the Constitution, by a two-thirds majority and according to the quorum provided by the Constitution." The spokesman said that "the House of Representatives in its decision, in accordance with the interpretation of the Federal Supreme Court, to invite the executive and judicial authorities and organizations and those concerned with the preparation of ideas and perceptions that belong to the Council of the Union in all dimensions and objectives, in light of what is stated in the basic principles of the Constitution and the experiences of States in this area. 
    "The decision of the court stressed the need to combine these ideas and perceptions and formulations to formulate the provisions of the law in accordance with the legislative contexts of the Council of State and then return the project to be discussed in the House of Representatives and a two-thirds majority of the members of the Council."





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