BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Ali al-Tamimi, the legal expert, revealed on Wednesday the existence of constitutional irregularities committed by outgoing prime minister Haider al-Abadi, appointing and appointing ministers in new posts, adding that Abadi is not entitled to employment either by proxy or by virtue.
Al-Tamimi told "Iraq News" that "the government of Abadi committed constitutional irregularities with new appointments because it is a caretaker government daily and the administration of the daily business according to the constitutional jurisprudence is a temporary emergency government is not entitled to appointment or employment and has the right to be dismissed or to conclude agreements with countries or import And export because it is a government lacking political control over it, because the parliament that elected it ended his mission. "
"The government of Abbadi shall be monitored by the Federal Court and the Administrative Court and any action issued by the caretaker government shall be very limited," he said. "Abadi's decisions can be challenged by the Federal Court and the Administrative Court."
It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers voted in its meeting yesterday, Tuesday, the appointment of Oil Minister Jabbar al-Allaibi as director of the National Oil Company.
The Prime Minister, outgoing Haider Abadi, was assigned yesterday, Interior Minister Qassim Araji the functions of the head of the National Security Agency, and the current Minister of Defense Irfan Al-Hayali, to assume the post of national security adviser.
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