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Legal: Federal Court Decisions Are “Binding And Non-Appealable” Under The Constitution

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Post by rocky Tue 05 Apr 2022, 8:02 am

Legal: Federal Court Decisions Are “Binding And Non-Appealable” Under The Constitution
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Earth News/ The legal expert, Majed Mijbas, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the decisions of the Federal Court are final and binding because they are not subject to appeal.
Mijbas told Earth News, "The decisions of the Federal Court are final and binding under Article 94 of the Iraqi constitution, and accordingly there is no way to implement the court's decisions because these decisions are not subject to appeal, discrimination, or any kind of delay in implementing these decisions."
He added, "With regard to the implementation of the decision issued by the oil and gas law for the Kurdistan region of Iraq, it is a final and binding decision that this law is unconstitutional, and there is no room for the authority in the region except to implement this court decision."
And the legal expert continued, "If all extractive operations, investment operations, and the operations that continue, and the contracts of the Kurdistan region continue, now are against the law and outside the context of the law, even institutions that disobey the decisions of the Federal Court, they lose legitimacy and lose constitutionality."
And he stated, "We view with great regret and responsibility what is issued by the authorities in the region, even at the official level, for the statements of many personalities that the Kurdistan Regional Government will not comply with such a decision and will not implement this decision.
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