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The Federal Court sets the date for hearing the lawsuit submitted to dissolve Parliament

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The Federal Court sets the date for hearing the lawsuit submitted to dissolve Parliament Empty The Federal Court sets the date for hearing the lawsuit submitted to dissolve Parliament

Post by rocky Fri 26 Aug 2022, 4:30 am

[size=46]The Federal Court sets the date for hearing the lawsuit submitted to dissolve Parliament[/size]
Iraq
21:45 - 2022-08-25
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The Federal Court has set today, Thursday, August 30, as the date for a session to consider the case submitted to dissolve Parliament.
A brief statement to the court said, "It decided to postpone the case No. 188 / Federal / 2022, submitted by the plaintiff: Nassar Zghair Al-Rubaie - Secretary General of the Sadrist bloc, in addition to his job until August 30."
The subject matter of the case included the ruling to dissolve Parliament and oblige the President of the Republic to set a date for holding legislative elections in accordance with the provisions of Article 64 of the Constitution.
On Sunday, August 14, the Supreme Judicial Council confirmed that it does not have the power to dissolve Parliament.
The council said in a statement that "the tasks of the Judicial Council are specified under Article (3) of the Supreme Judicial Council Law No. (45) of 2017, which in its entirety relates to the administration of the judiciary only and does not include any authority that allows the judiciary to interfere in the matters of the legislative or executive authorities in application. The principle of separation between the three legislative, executive and judicial powers stipulated in Article (47) of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005.

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