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    3 Controversial Articles ... The Iraqi Parliament votes today on the Federal Court Law

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    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Mar 2021, 9:14 am

    [size=39]3 Controversial Articles ... The Iraqi Parliament votes today on the Federal Court Law

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    The Iraqi Council of Representatives is expected to vote on the remaining articles of the Federal Supreme Court Law, which are 3 articles that are still in dispute, after it approved 21 articles earlier.
    The dispute centers on the second article that defines the composition of the members of the Federal Court between legal experts, judges, and experts of Islamic jurisprudence, the third article that deals with explaining the nature of nomination and approval of candidates by the four presidencies in the country, and Article 12, which relates to the conciliation of the court and voting among its members, provided that it is The priority is the opinion of experts in Islamic jurisprudence, before the judges.
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    Controversy in Iraq regarding the draft law of the Iraqi Federal Court
    Controversy is increasing in Iraq regarding the Federal Court Law, which the Iraqi parliament voted on, on Monday.

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    It is expected that demonstrations will start this afternoon in a number of governorates in central and southern Iraq, calling for the House of Representatives to make amendments to the draft law of the court, as the demonstrators accuse the bill of perpetuating sectarianism by imposing "experts of Islamic jurisprudence" within the membership of the court, and that this will contribute to dismantling national cohesion and threatening Societal peace in the country.
    The head of the legal committee in the Iraqi parliament, Rebwar Hadi, had previously stated that the meeting of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi with the heads of parliamentary blocs on these articles ended without results.
    Hadi added, in a statement to Kurdish media outlets, that the gathered parties did not reach an agreement and decided to return to their political leaders for consultations.
    On the other hand, a member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Hussein Al-Oqabi, explained in an interview with Alsumaria News that “the major problem is concentrated in what is being proposed by the representatives of the Kurdistan region regarding voting in the Federal Court unanimously, and this is something that all other political forces do not accept. Considering that over the past years, voting in the Federal Court with regard to the governorates and regions is by two-thirds, as for the rest of the other matters by the regular majority. " 
    The Federal Supreme Court is the highest court in Iraq, which has jurisdiction over constitutional disputes. It was established by Law No. (30) of 2005 in accordance with Article (93) of the Constitution. Its decisions are binding on all authorities. It is completely independent from the regular judiciary and there is no connection between them. Its headquarters is in Baghdad, and it consists of a president and eight members.
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