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Parliamentary Law: The powers of the Prime Minister are now in the hands of Barham Saleh

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Post by rocky on Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:28 am

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Parliamentary Law: The powers of the Prime Minister are now in the hands of Barham Saleh
04 December 2019


According to the Constitution, the government is headed by the President after the resignation of Abdel Mahdi (Facebook)

Ultra Iraq editorial team
Bahar Mahmoud, a member of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, confirmed that accepting the resignation of Prime Minister [url=https://ultrairaq.ultrasawt.com/search/node/%D8%B9%D8%A8%D8%AF %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%87%D8%AF%D9%8A]Abdul-Mahdi[/url] means transferring his powers to the President of the Republic, while pointing out that the article adopted by the House of Representatives in the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi is the President of the Republic and not the Prime Minister.
"The acceptance of the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi by the House of Representatives was carried out in accordance with Article 75 of the Constitution, although this article was adopted by the House of Representatives," Mahmoud said in a statement issued on December 4 and received a copy of Ultra Iraq. Especially the resignation of the President of the Republic and not the Prime Minister. " 
She added: "After resignation must deal with the situation in accordance with Article 81 of the Constitution," stating that "this article provides for the vacancy of the post of Prime Minister, and requires that in the vacancy of this position that the President of the Republic for 15 days provided that someone else to form The government during this period in accordance with Article 76 of the Constitution in the sense that the government is carrying out its work, but headed by the President of the Republic. 
Mahmoud pointed out that "vacancy in constitutional jurisprudence includes four cases of resignation, dismissal, death, permanent disability or incurable disease preventing him from performing his work," saying that "any action or deal with the current situation outside this article is unconstitutional." 


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