policy , 2023/07/07 21:06 , Number of readings: 426
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:
The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed, today, Friday, that the government's appeals against the budget law are realistic, especially in some paragraphs in which the House of Representatives exceeded its powers by placing it.
Committee member Jamal Cougar said in a press interview, “The government's approach to the Federal Court to challenge some budget articles takes place in all countries of the world, and that the House of Representatives has the right to legislate what it deems appropriate from laws, and other authorities, whether executive or judicial, have the right to appeal.” In it, and this is what happened to the 12 articles and paragraphs that were included by the House of Representatives in the Financial Budget Law.
Cougar added, "The government's appeals are realistic, because the House of Representatives exceeded its powers in some paragraphs, especially in the articles that were challenged, adding that there was no consensus in the Finance Committee on those paragraphs, but they were passed by a simple majority vote.”
He pointed out that "the government relied on two issues, namely the government program that Parliament voted on and turned into something like a law, as well as the issue of separation of powers, which means that any paragraph that has a financial cost is exclusively within the powers of the executive body.”
And Cougar suggested that "the government will win all appeals, because" unfortunately, the deputy's job has become to make promises to his fans about appointments and jobs, and this is not his prerogative. Therefore, resorting to the Federal Court is the right way before the government.[/rtl]
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