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    Observers warn of a new constitutional breach

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    Post by Rocky Fri 18 Mar 2022, 5:57 am

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     Baghdad: Shaima Rashid

    Observers and politicians warned of a new breach and violation of the constitutional timings after Parliament called for a session to elect the President of the Republic on Saturday, March 26, and indicated that the failure of Parliament in this file amid continuing differences between the blocs will lead us to political chaos, and that all scenarios are open and the country may enter into labyrinths. Unbelievable.
    In his speech, a member of the House of Representatives, Jawad al-Bolani, expressed his “fear that there will be new violations of the constitutional timings if the session for selecting the president of the republic set by Parliament fails,” noting that “all scenarios will be presented afterwards,” calling on “political blocs to agree before The date of the meeting.
    He added that "the political forces are required to step up and achieve the constitutional benefits through strong and clear understandings," noting that "the political forces sense the seriousness of this constitutional breach, because by repeating the breach it will be difficult to remain silent about it, and there will be other procedures that the judiciary and the Federal Court may resort to." .
    As for the legal expert, Haider Al-Sufi, he explained in an interview that “the Federal Court cannot intervene under the constitution if the parliament session specified to choose the President of the Republic is not held, unless an appeal is submitted before it by a party, bloc or civil society organizations, then it issues its decision, and it is It cannot intervene on its own except on the basis of filing a lawsuit only,” noting that “the powers of the court do not enable it to repeat the elections or dissolve parliament, but its powers only to say: (Delaying the selection of the President of the Republic is a constitutional violation) because Parliament has exceeded the month, which is the prescribed constitutional period Parliament must elect the President of the Republic within a short period of time.
    And he added, "If the session is not held, the parliament will violate the constitution, but the violation in the constitution is not determined by anyone or judged by anyone other than the Federal Court, which must take place through the establishment of a lawsuit," noting that "not holding a session is normal, and it will not Once again, the door for candidacy is opened, and the same candidacies remain even if the matter continues for a whole year, as Parliament is considered in contravention of the Constitution and will not be the first violation. As for the elections, they are repeated in the event of Parliament’s dissolution in the ways specified by the Constitution.
    In addition, political analyst Iyad Al-Anbar explained in an interview, “The court’s decision, which dealt with the case of overstepping the constitutional timings, specified the reopening of the nomination for the election of the President of the Republic once,” noting that “if the constitutional timings are violated, there will be a violation of the Federal Court’s decision, but In Iraq, these things have become almost normal, and we do not think that they will result in legal situations.”
    He added, "We will then enter, not as some describe it as a political blockage, but rather a political chaos, with a government remaining without powers and without clear and explicit tasks, and disrupting the country for the sake of the problem of consensus."
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