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THE FEDERAL COURT IS CONSIDERING THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT

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THE FEDERAL COURT IS CONSIDERING THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT Empty THE FEDERAL COURT IS CONSIDERING THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT

Post by rocky Sat 27 Nov 2021, 7:15 am

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Saturday, 27 November 2021 10:01 AM

Baghdad/National News Center
The President of the Bar, Diaa Al-Saadi, announced, on Saturday, that the Federal Supreme Court will consider on the first of next December the lawsuit filed by the Syndicate regarding the unconstitutionality of “dissolving Parliament for itself” after it was postponed, indicating that the Syndicate filed this lawsuit before holding the elections as a constitutional violation.
Al-Saadi said in a press statement, “The appeal submitted by the Bar Association before the Federal Supreme Court turned to the unconstitutionality (dissolving the House of Representatives on the seventh of last October and that the elections will take place on the tenth of the same month) that the postponed and conditional solution is to hold the elections on a certain day. It violates the second paragraph of Articles (64 and 47) of the Iraqi Constitution of 2005.”
Al-Saadi added, "The filing of this lawsuit by the Bar Association was prior to the holding of the last elections for the House of Representatives, and it is not in the interest of any party, bloc or any other political party except the interest of the constitution."
He explained, "The Federal Supreme Court is still under consideration in the case that was postponed to the first of next December," noting that "the constitution is clear in the mechanisms (dissolving the House of Representatives) and Parliament does not have the right to set a day to dissolve itself and to set a date for the elections, This is a clear violation of the constitution,” noting that “the motive behind the lawsuit is not in the interest of a party, a list, or a political party, but rather the correct application of the constitution.”
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