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    Growing Kuwaiti fears that the Federal Court will invalidate the Khor Abdullah agreement

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    Growing Kuwaiti fears that the Federal Court will invalidate the Khor Abdullah agreement Empty Growing Kuwaiti fears that the Federal Court will invalidate the Khor Abdullah agreement

    Post by Rocky Wed 06 Sep 2023, 5:07 am

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    [size=52]Growing Kuwaiti fears that the Federal Court will invalidate the Khor Abdullah agreement[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad...
    The Federal Court said its final word on Iraq's agreement with Kuwait in the nineties of the last century regarding Khor Abdullah.
    The court’s decision ruled the ratification of this agreement in accordance with the law in which two-thirds of Parliament are required to vote on any agreement that Iraq concludes with another country, despite Kuwait sending mediators in order to thwart any attempt to cancel the agreement and restore the Iraqi maritime borders.
    This prompted the neighbor to open a channel of communication with Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein to discuss the latest developments, after the court issued a decision to revoke the ratification of the Khor Abdullah Agreement.

     
    The representative of the State of Law coalition, Alia Nassif, told Al-Maalouma, that "national figures in the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs were able to install a memorandum related to Iraq's view of the sea and submitted it to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers for the purpose of voting on it."
    She added, "The Kuwaiti side quickly assigned two personalities from inside and outside the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs with an ambassadorial rank to put pressure on the ministry and the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to withdraw the memorandum and not submit it to a vote. Indeed, the two personalities succeeded in persuading the ministry to withdraw the memorandum and that it keeps a copy of the book withdrawing the memorandum."
    Nassif called on Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani to "ask the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to return the first memorandum related to the borders with Kuwait that was withdrawn from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers for the purpose of voting to compare it with any new memorandum related to the same subject."
    On the other hand, the head of the Parliamentary Rights Bloc, Representative Saud Al-Saadi, told Al-Maalouma, that "the Federal Court's decision to invalidate Law 42 of 2013, which pertains to the ratification of the agreement regulating maritime navigation between Iraq and Kuwait in Khor Abdullah, is binding on application by the federal government."
    He added, "The Iraqi government must remove all effects and repercussions of this agreement and its implementation on Iraqi waters, which is binding."
    Al-Saadi added, "The agreement became canceled after the court's decision, and Khor Abdullah returned to Iraq after the last decision."
    On the other hand, legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi explained to Al-Maalouma that "the agreement signed between Iraq and Kuwait in 2012 stipulates in Article 14 of it (in the event of a problem with the application or interpretation of the agreement, then resort to the Court of the Seas)."
    He added, "Law No. 42, according to which the border demarcation agreement was ratified before the issuance of Law No. 35 of 2015 regarding the conclusion of Iraqi agreements, required the approval of two-thirds of parliament for any agreement."

    He pointed out that "this agreement is considered, from the point of view of the Federal Court, unconstitutional because it violates Article 61 Fourth of the Constitution, which stipulates that the agreements be enacted by a two-thirds majority." 
    Yesterday, Tuesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahhaf revealed that Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein had received a call from his Kuwaiti counterpart, Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, where the two sides discussed the close bilateral relations linking the two brotherly countries and discussed the latest regional developments and current developments in the region, as well as discussing A number of issues of bilateral interest and everything that would achieve the common good of the two brotherly countries and peoples. End 25 N.
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