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Al-Tamimi: The Federal Court Can Dissolve Parliament According To These Articles

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Post by rocky Sat 13 Aug 2022, 5:17 am

[size=38]Al-Tamimi: The Federal Court Can Dissolve Parliament According To These Articles
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Information / Baghdad..
Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi confirmed, on Saturday, that exceeding the constitutional periods and the failure of constitutional institutions, including Parliament, allows the Federal Court to dissolve Parliament, indicating that the general principles contained in the civil law confirm that the legislative institution, when it fails to perform its role, the judiciary takes over dissolving it.
Al-Tamimi said in a statement to / the information /, that "the Federal Court can dissolve Parliament in accordance with Articles 47 and 59 of the Civil Code related to the failure of its constitutional role and exceeding the constitutional periods."
He added that “the general principles contained in the civil law confirm that when the institution is unable to perform its role, the judiciary takes over dissolving it,” noting that “the Federal Court has a general and mandatory decision-making mandate, in accordance with Articles 92, 93 and 94 of the Iraqi constitution.”
Al-Tamimi expected that “the court will move to dissolve parliament, which has become a popular demand.” End / 25 AD
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