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    Postponement of the Federal Court session on extending the session of the Kurdistan Parliament

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    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Jan 2023, 5:18 am

    Postponement of the Federal Court session on extending the session of the Kurdistan Parliament



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    Shafaq News/ A judicial source said, on Tuesday, that the Federal Court session on extending the Kurdistan Parliament session has been postponed.
    The source told Shafaq News agency, that the decision came "due to the bad weather."



    The New Generation Movement filed a lawsuit with the Federal Court to cancel the law issued by the Presidency of the Parliament of Kurdistan, which directed the extension of Parliament's term for an additional year due to the failure to hold elections in the region.
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    Postponement of the Federal Court session on extending the session of the Kurdistan Parliament Empty The federal government sets a date to decide on the legitimacy of extending the session of the Kurdi

    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Jan 2023, 7:12 am

    The federal government sets a date to decide on the legitimacy of extending the session of the Kurdistan Parliament 

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    Baghdad - Nas  
    On Tuesday, the Federal Supreme Court held its third session to decide on the unconstitutionality of extending the mandate of the Kurdistan Parliament, along with the presidency of the region and the government cabinet in Erbil.   
      
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    The plaintiff, Dr. Yusef Muhammad Sadiq, the former deputy and former president of the Kurdistan Parliament, told "NAS" (January 31, 2023) that the defendants' representatives did not attend the session, claiming bad weather, so the Federal Supreme Court set February 7, 2023 to hold a public hearing in the case.   
      
    Sadiq added: We will continue to oppose the violation of the rights and freedoms of the Kurdish people and defend holding elections free from fraud and theft and away from armed intervention in resolving political disputes in the region.  
      
    Earlier, the media close to the President of the Kurdistan Region quoted judicial sources in Baghdad, the Federal Court judges directed towards considering the decision to extend the mandate of the Kurdistan Parliament, the presidency and the regional government with it for a year (Law 12/2022), an unconstitutional step.   
      
    According to the leaks of Kurdish sources that "NAS" followed up on (January 30, 2023), the judges of the Federal Court expressed their fear in the side deliberations that approving the extension of the Kurdistan Parliament would be a basis and argument in the future for similar efforts to extend the mandate of the Federal Parliament and parliamentary sessions, which endangers life. Iraqi democratic politics is in grave danger.   
      
    On the other hand, the Kurdish "Pay" Institute Observatory, which monitors the activities of the Kurdistan Parliament, quoted its sources as saying that the Presidency of the Kurdistan Parliament decided to boycott the sessions of the Federal Supreme Court on Tuesday as a protest against the court's recent decision against sending money to the Kurdistan Region.  
      
    Earlier, the Federal Supreme Court decided to postpone resolving the fate of the Kurdistan Parliament after it extended itself for a year and held a hearing to decide the case until January 31, 2023.   
      
    And the Federal Supreme Court published its decision (248/2022) regarding a lawsuit filed against the legitimacy of the Kurdistan Parliament after the extension for itself, which included a request to stop the parliament’s work according to a state order until the case is decided.  
      
    In the text of the decision, the court included a request to suspend the work of the Presidency of the House of Representatives until the final decision of the court regarding the lawsuit filed regarding the unconstitutionality of extending the House of Representatives.   
      
    The court justified its refusal to issue the state order by saying that the matter is not urgent and is interpreted as a preliminary decision on the main issue, which is the unconstitutionality of the law to extend the mandate of the Kurdistan Parliament, which was contested by the former deputy of the Parliament and the former speaker of the Kurdistan Parliament, Youssef Muhammad Sadiq.   
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