A parliamentarian files a lawsuit against Al-Halbousi, and the Federal Court sets the date for the pleading session
The court set July 18 as the date for a session to consider the request for a ruling to convict the defendant, Muhammad Rikan al-Halbousi, on the charges brought against him above by the plaintiff, Basem Khazal Khashan.
Khashan said in a post on social networking sites, that the Federal Supreme Court remains the guarantor of constitutional rights, and all ways to protect these rights lead to this court, and my effects have been printed on these roads for years, because I pinned all my hopes on the judiciary and the Federal Court.
"I will not fail to appeal against any law, regulation, decision, or procedure that contradicts the constitution, regardless of who benefits from my appeal or is harmed," he added.
In the previous period, Khashan had submitted appeals in several cases and won some of them, most notably canceling the draft law on emergency support for food security and development sent by the current caretaker government to the Iraqi parliament.
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