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    Kurdistan Democratic Party: We are working to change the structure of the Federal Court in form and

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    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Jan 2023, 5:15 am

    Kurdistan Democratic Party: We are working to change the structure of the Federal Court in form and content



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    2023-01-31 03:17
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    Shafaq News/ The official of the administrative body of the political office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Fadel Mirani, considered, on Tuesday, the Federal Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority in the country) that it does not observe the principle of separation of powers, on the background of its decision that it is unconstitutional to finance the monthly salaries of employees in the Kurdistan Region by The Iraqi government, stressing at the same time that his party seeks to change the structure of this court and enact its own law in the future.




    This came in his speech during a symposium to remember the departure of the prominent leader in the party, Idris Barzani, son of the Kurdish leader Mulla Mustafa Barzani, which was held today in Erbil, in the presence of supporters and supporters of the party.
    Mirani said during the speech, "Iraq has a government, but unfortunately it does not have a state because the state, in terms of the sovereign and legal concept, has components, and our state has lost those components and cannot restore them again," adding, "We are talking about sovereignty and independence, both of which are missing in Iraq." .
    And he went on to say, "The Federal Court has undermined the principle of separation of powers, and has become the only authority in the country," wondering, "With what right are the rights of the employees of the Kurdistan Region cut off? As there is no law stipulating the cutting of the rights of any employee."
    He added that political decisions are one thing, and the budget is another, adding, "But the right of the Iraqi individual is different to them, as it cannot be severed except in a misdemeanor dishonorable."
    Mirani criticized the current situation the country is going through, and said, "The Iraqi borders are permissible, and Iraq has become a home to corruption," noting that "there is an external force playing with Iraq's economy, security, and political decision."
    He pointed out that it is necessary to urgently change the structure of the Federal Supreme Court through the legislation of its own law, and this court should change in form and content, because its decisions handcuff the legislative and executive authorities.

    On Wednesday, January 25, 2023, the Federal Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for the Federal Council of Ministers to send sums of money to finance the monthly salaries of employees and workers in the public sector in the Kurdistan Region.
    The President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, considered the Federal Court's decision that it is illegal for the Iraqi government to send the salaries of the region's employees unfair, pointing out that this decision targets the political process and the political agreement on which the new Iraqi government was formed.
    In turn, the Kurdistan Regional Government described the decision as "unjust" and a flagrant violation of the constitution and contrary to the agreement to form the Iraqi government, while calling on the federal government not to submit to this decision, and to fulfill the promises it made to send financial dues to the Kurdistan Region.
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