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The “state” federal court order raises legal controversy

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The “state” federal court order raises legal controversy Empty The “state” federal court order raises legal controversy

Post by rocky Sat 15 Jan 2022, 6:14 am

[size=52]The “state” federal court order raises legal controversy[/size]

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 Baghdad: Shaima Rashid
   And Muhannad Abdel Wahab

The Federal Court’s decision to “temporary” suspension of the work of the Presidium of Parliament, which was elected last Sunday, opened the door to widespread speculation. It was incorrect and the issuance of the temporary suspension order is proof of that.
Legal expert Tariq Harb said in an interview: “The Federal Court’s decision to stop the work of the Presidency is temporary, and it is natural that this decision entails several matters, the first and most important of which is the election of the President of the Republic because the Presidency of the Council cannot invite the House of Representatives to meet or vote, so how does the election take place!? Therefore, this matter will remain pending until a new ruling is issued by the court.
He added that "the court issued this decision only on the petition of the case without hearing the parties, and with this, the sessions will not return to the head of age, but there is nothing new as no session can be held until a decision is issued by the Federal Court in this matter," expecting that the ruling will be delayed for more than ten days.
In addition, a member of the coordination framework, Jawad Al-Ghazali, explained that “the Federal Court issued a state order to temporarily stop the work of the Presidency until the case is decided, and this is an indication that there are things that may change, because if the court sees that things are normal regarding the parliament session and go on the right path. ; You would not have made such a decision.”
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