[size=52]Expert: Texts of the Constitution and the Federal Court prohibit the pension of the deputies[/size]
[size=45]A legal expert confirmed that the provisions of the Constitution and the Federal Supreme Court prohibit giving pensions to all members of the House of Representatives, pointing out that this also applies to those who have been replaced.
[size=45]The expert said Mohammed Sharif, "a scandal occurred on the granting of the House of Representatives pensions of its members who have been replaced by judicial rulings issued by the Federal Supreme Court."[/size]
[size=45]He added that "these provisions were true and came properly application of the Constitution and the electoral law and the system of distribution of seats on the basis of the correct calculation of votes, and distributed accurately between the winning lists and application of Article (52) of the Constitution."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the issue of granting deputies, including those who have been replaced by pensions, is not possible because the Iraqi constitution is contrary to the principle of equality among Iraqis, which was stipulated by the Constitution, which was based on the Federal Supreme Court in its ruling not to grant members of the House of Representatives pensions, Stipulated by the unified retirement law as other state employees. "[/size]
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