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    [size=45]The official spokeswoman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Vian Dakhil, stressed that there should be a contract between the political parties to accept the results of the upcoming elections if they happen, pointing out that the Federal Court cannot dissolve parliament and there are two ways to do so.[/size]
    [size=45]Dakhil said in a statement Thursday, (September 08, 2022) that "we have a clear position, as stated by President Masoud Barzani, head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, that we are not against early elections."[/size]
    [size=45]According to Dakhil, if these elections are held, "they must be democratic and constitutional, and that their outcomes are acceptable to the rest, and that there should be a contract between the political parties to accept the results of the elections if they happen."[/size]
    [size=45]The official spokeswoman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc referred to “two ways to dissolve parliament, as is clear in the Iraqi constitution, either at the request of one-third of the parliament’s members (simple majority), or at the request of the prime minister with the approval of the President of the Republic, who in turn transfers it to parliament and by a simple majority vote.”[/size]
    [size=45]And she stressed that these two methods "are the interpretation of the Federal Court in its latest decision."[/size]
    [size=45]Intruder believes that the Federal Court "was not clear in its decision, but it is in the legal sense that its jurisdiction is to interpret the constitutional texts," pointing out that "the dissolution of Parliament is not within its jurisdiction."[/size]
    [size=45]A member of Parliament from the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Vian Dakhil, said that “the Federal Court made a sentence that this parliament should be dissolved, because it did not perform its legislative duties during this period, but it,” stressing that the Federal Court “cannot dissolve it.”[/size]
    [size=45]The caretaker government does not have the right to take decisions “such as sending the budget,” adding that “the early elections need at least a budget,” according to Dakhil, who explained that “however, the caretaker government does not have the right to request the dissolution of Parliament because the government is not elected.” From this parliament, but from a previous parliament, and this parliament is elected by the people.”[/size]
    [size=45]And regarding solutions, Dakhil explained that “we have to go to legal contexts if we want to dissolve parliament, either at the request of members of parliament or elect a new government to dissolve parliament.”[/size]
    [size=45]And on Wednesday, the Federal Supreme Court decided to reject the case for dissolving the Iraqi Council of Representatives, submitted by more than one political party.[/size]
    [size=45]The Federal Supreme Court issued its judgment in Case No. 132 and its Units / Federal / 2022. The Federal Supreme Court considers:[/size]
    [size=45]1. The members of the House of Representatives, after being elected, do not represent themselves or their political blocs, but rather the people. Therefore, it was necessary for them to work to achieve what they were elected for, which is the people’s interest, not to be a reason to obstruct their interests and threaten their safety and the safety of the people completely.[/size]
    [size=45]2. The stability of the political process in Iraq requires everyone to abide by the provisions of the constitution and not to exceed it, and no authority may continue to exceed the constitutional periods indefinitely, because this is a violation of the constitution and the demolition of the entire political process and a threat to the security of the country and citizens.[/size]
    [size=45]3. The penalty imposed on the House of Representatives for not carrying out its constitutional duties is to dissolve the House when there are justifications for it.[/size]
    [size=45]4. The Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005 has drawn up the constitutional mechanism for dissolving the House of Representatives in accordance with the provisions of Article (64/First) thereof.[/size]
    [size=45]5. The jurisdiction of the Federal Supreme Court is limited by Article (93) of the Constitution and Article (4) of the Federal Supreme Court Law and does not include the dissolution of Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]6. The Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005 did not neglect the regulation of the provisions of dissolving Parliament, and therefore there is no room for applying the theory of constitutional omission.[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that the Federal Court decided on the first of the current month of September to raise its session in the cases of dissolving Parliament, to today Wednesday (September 7, 2022) as the date for issuing the decision.[/size]
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