Legal expert: Passing the budget without taking into account the decisions of the Federal Court will put Parliament in front of a constitutional and legal violation
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Hawass said in a statement: “When the Finance Committee completed the discussion of the budget and most of its items were completed, despite the objection of some of the deputies to some of its items and the statement of some deputies that it will pass despite the objections to it, these objections will deepen the gap of differences and confuse the political process and increase the number of appeals against it.” Federal Supreme Court.
He explained: “The reason for the delay in voting on the budget, despite the loss of half of its fiscal year, is the existence of a defect in the constitution, as it did not specify a specific time limit and did not oblige the House of Representatives or the government with a specific time on the one hand, and the lack of agreement between the political blocs on its items throughout this period on the one hand.second".
The legal expert concluded by saying: "The parliament's vote on the budget and its approval without taking into account the decisions of the Federal Supreme Court regarding the export of the oil of the Kurdistan region through the window of the Oil Export Company / SOMO / as a principle and as a judicial precedent, will expose the budget after voting on it to appeal, and therefore Parliament will be obligated to implement the decisions The Federal Court, in accordance with the provisions of Article 94 of the Constitution, which states: The decisions of the Federal Supreme Court are final and binding on all authorities[/rtl]