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Federal: It is not within our competence to consider exclusion decisions on admission to the Judicia

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Post by rocky on Sun 31 Mar 2019, 2:41 am

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BAGHDAD - 
The Federal Supreme Court on Sunday filed a lawsuit against the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, asserting that it is not competent to consider decisions of exclusion from admission to the Judicial Institute. 
"The Federal Supreme Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the attendance of all the members of the judges, and considered a case in which the prosecutor, the president of the Supreme Judicial Council, in addition to his job," the court spokesman Ayas al-Samuk said in a statement received by Mawazine News. 
"The plaintiff requested the ruling to cancel the decision to exclude him from admission to the Judicial Institute, despite successfully passing the written test." 
He pointed out that "
The Spokesman stressed that "the decisions and decisions of the Federal Supreme Court are binding and binding on all authorities in accordance with Article (94) of the Constitution."


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Post by rocky on Sun 31 Mar 2019, 2:56 am

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Federal Court to sue the President of the Supreme Judicial Council

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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Federal Supreme Court responded to a lawsuit filed against the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, asserting that it is not competent to consider decisions of exclusion from admission to the Judicial Institute.
"The Federal Supreme Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all members of the judges, and considered a lawsuit in which the prosecutor, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, in addition to his job," the spokesman of the court Ayas al-Samuk said in a statement received by the agency. 
"The plaintiff requested the ruling to cancel the decision to exclude him from admission to the Judicial Institute, despite successfully passing the written test." 
He pointed out that "the Federal Supreme Court considered the case in the presence of the plaintiff's agent, and returned to the terms of reference stipulated in Article (4) of its law No. (30) for the year 2005, and Article (93) of the Constitution did not find among them what the plaintiff requests, The case was dismissed by the non-jurisdiction. " 
The Spokesman stressed that "the decisions and decisions of the Federal Supreme Court are binding and binding on all authorities in accordance with Article (94) of the Constitution."


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