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    Parliamentary Law: The Federal Court Act is ready to vote

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    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Sep 2019, 6:30 am


    Parliamentary Law: The Federal Court Act is ready to vote

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    Almaluma / Baghdad .. 
    The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, on Monday, the readiness of the Federal Court to vote during the next legislative term. 
    The Vice-Chairman of the Committee Mohammed al-Ghazi in a statement to / information /, "The law of the Federal Court is ready to vote and waiting for the presidency of the House of Representatives in order to include it on the agenda of the next meetings of the Council." 
    Al-Ghazzi added that his committee "introduced all the legal formulas and amendments submitted by the deputies to the law," noting that "the law needs a vote of two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives and for this reason was postponed." 
    The Iraqi politician Laith Shubar revealed earlier, the existence of a dispute between the President of the Supreme Judicial Council Faeq Zaidan and the President of the Federal Court Medhat Mahmoud delay the adoption of the Federal Court Law, likely to reach a "compromise" to pass the law. Done / 25




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