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    Representative law: Immunity protects a representative from two things

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    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Apr 2021, 8:33 am

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    Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Legal Committee announced that immunity protects the representative from extortion and pressure, while noting that some MPs are excluded from granting immunity if he is in the act of committing a crime, whether criminal or otherwise .
    A member of the committee, Hassan Fadam, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "There is a legal article that gives a member of Parliament legal immunity and protects against extortion and pressure in legislating laws of higher interests," indicating that "this article is important for a deputy during the performance of his representative and oversight role when they clash." With corrupt senior. "
    He added that "there are many pressures that the deputy is exposed to, which may invest in some judicial cases to pressure him during his supervisory and legislative work," noting that "the legal article that grants immunity to deputies excludes some of them if he is in the act of committing a crime, whether it is a criminal offense and others."
    Fadam asserted that "the judicial and executive authorities have the right to implement arrest warrants," explaining that "lifting the immunity of a deputy is at the request of the judicial authorities to the House of Representatives, where the request is presented to the representatives for a vote, and the immunity of the deputy is lifted so that the judicial authorities can record his statements."
    He pointed out that "there are some issues related to the deputy, not only administrative and other issues, as there are social and criminal issues that require lifting the immunity of the deputy," indicating that "the parliament has powers that it presents during the legislative term with a request to lift the immunity, and it is voted on, and it is the authority of the president. The House of Representatives may send a letter to lift the immunity of a deputy to the judiciary. 
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