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    Post by Rocky Tue 10 Oct 2023, 7:02 am

    Federal Court: Working in non-governmental organizations and unions does not conflict with membership in Parliament



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    Shafaq News/ Today, Tuesday, the Federal Court issued an interpretive decision stipulating that working in non-governmental organizations and unions does not conflict with membership in Parliament.
    The court said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency that it “issued its interpretive decision No. 171/Federal/2023 on 9/21/2023, which relates to the interpretation of Article (49/Six) of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005, which stipulates that (it is not permissible to combine Membership in the House of Representatives, any work, or any other official position).”
    She explained that “the interpretation of the above-mentioned article, according to the court’s interpretive decision, makes it clear that: The representative may not, during his term of office, undertake any official work, and this work does not include other work that does not acquire official status, including work in non-governmental organizations, unions, or others, unless The competent authority decided to restrict or limit work in other informal jobs in accordance with a law or based on it, provided that this restriction or limitation does not affect the essence of the right to work, based on the text of Article (46) of the Constitution, in order to prevent influence on the representative when exercising his parliamentary duties, and to enable him to devote himself full time. To fulfill its duties and strengthen its role in this field to preserve the prestige of the House of Representatives.” The court stated that this “means that working in non-governmental organizations and unions does not conflict with a representative’s membership in the House of Representatives.”
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