[size=38]Legal: The Indirect Effect Of The State Order Is To Stop The Constitutional Timings[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] LAST UPDATE 01/14/2022 | 11:54 AM
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The legal expert, Habib Al-Quraishi, confirmed, on Friday, that the issuance of the state order means that the court stops all procedures until the plaintiff’s lawsuit is resolved, noting that if the Federal Court cancels the course of the first parliament session, new constitutional timings will be made.
Al-Quraishi said in a televised interview, followed by "Al-Maalouma", that "the state order is to stop the court from all procedures until the plaintiff's case is resolved, and that the indirect effects of the state order is to stop the constitutional timings."
He added, "The state order is determined by the end of the original lawsuit calling for the cancellation of the first session, and the Federal Court said that the state order will not affect the constitutional timings, which is surprising."
He pointed out that “issuing the state order is legal, but the justification of the Federal Court was strange, and that the issue of ending the procedures for the first session of Parliament is not possible.