|Sunday 18 February
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The Federal Supreme Court on Sunday issued a clarification on Article 249 of the Code of Criminal Procedure No. 23 of 1971, indicating that the article does not intersect with the principles of human rights and freedoms contained in the Constitution, pointing out that the interim decisions issued by the investigating judge under which Not immune to appeal.
"The Federal Supreme Court held its hearing today in the presence of all the members and considered the appeal against the unconstitutionality of article 249 (b) and (c) of the Code of Criminal Procedure," said Ayas al-Samuk, a spokesman for Al-Sumerian News. No. (23) of 1971 ".
He added that "the plaintiff stated in his lawsuit that the paragraphs of the rights and freedoms of citizens by preventing the appeal of some decisions of the investigating judge."
Samok added that "the court found that the article was designed to secure the speed of resolving the cases and prevent procrastination and procrastination from some parties to the lawsuit, and the interim decisions issued in accordance with these paragraphs are not immune, but not immune to the challenge, subject to challenge with the decision in the case before the competent court Appeal ".
He explained that "the ruling of the Federal Supreme Court stated that the paragraphs challenged their unconstitutionality do not violate the principles of human rights and freedoms contained in the Constitution, but the contrary is to accelerate the arrival of rights to the owners, and then decided to respond to the lawsuit for not based on the basis of the Constitution.
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