The Federal Court adjudicates a lawsuit against the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior
10:51 - 02/24/2020
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The Federal Supreme Court heard a case against the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior, and ruled to dismiss it, confirming its lack of jurisdiction to adjudicate administrative orders.
The court's spokesperson, Iyas al-Samuk, received (information), a copy of it, “The Supreme Federal Court held a session headed by Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all the member judges, and a case was heard by a number of plaintiffs to sue both the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior / in addition to their job.”
And the Samuk continued, "The plaintiffs asked the court to annul the bureau orders issued by the cabinet related to their referral to retirement for reasons that were mentioned in the petition."
He pointed out that "the session was attended by the attorneys' attorneys, the first defendant's representative, the Prime Minister / in addition to his position, and the second defendant's attorney, the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
/ in addition to his position, where the Supreme Federal Court heard their statements."
And among the Samuk, “The court found that the challenged Diwaniya orders constitute administrative orders according to the criteria of the administrative law in terms of the body that issued them and in terms of their existence, and that the law drew a way to challenge them, and it is not by way of challenging them before the Federal Supreme Court whose terms of reference are defined according to Articles (93)” From the constitution and Article (4) of its law, and accordingly, it decided to dismiss the lawsuit from the jurisdiction. Ended / 25