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Baghdad - IQ
The Parliamentary Legal Committee considered, Thursday (March 11, 2021), the next Monday’s session a “suitable date” to complete the vote on the Federal Court’s law, while it talked about three points in the law that provoke disagreement between the political forces.
Hamza told IQNEWS , "Parliament has finished passing 21 articles of the Federal Court Law, so that the remaining 3 articles are negotiable to reach an understanding result between the entities and components," stressing that "the law remains suspended until all its paragraphs are voted on."
He added, "The Federal Court law was included in the agenda on Monday to be presented to the House of Representatives for a vote," considering that Monday is the appropriate time to (pass) the Federal Court law because the Kurdish political forces will return to their provinces to celebrate Nowruz.
He pointed out that "the link between the Federal Court law and the budget is still going on, and that is why he did not vote on the law as a whole."
He explained, "The points of contention are the mechanism for nominating judges. The second point is how to vote in the Federal Court by two-thirds or five, and finally matters related to religious issues and experts in Islamic jurisprudence in managing disputes. Do they have the right to vote or only to be consulted."
On Monday (March 8, 2021), the House of Representatives voted by a two-thirds majority on Article 8, Article 10 and Article 21 of the Federal Supreme Court bill, and before that it had voted on six articles of the same law.
According to observers, the approval of the Federal Court’s law is an essential step for early general elections scheduled to take place on the tenth of next October, as their results are not final unless approved by the court with all its members.