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    [size=52]The region's judiciary comments on the Federal Court's decision to abolish the quota in the region's elections[/size]

    [size=45]On Wednesday, the head of the Kurdistan Regional Judicial Council, Judge Abdul-Jabbar Aziz Hassan, described the decision of the Federal Court (the highest judicial authority in Iraq) to abolish quota seats for components in the region’s legislative elections law as “contrary to the permanent constitution” of the country, calling for it to be reconsidered despite it being... Strict and binding.[/size]
    [size=45]Judge Hassan said in a statement that “the constitutional articles cannot be violated under any pretext because they are constitutional and binding on everyone, including the Federal Court, which has become obligated to abide by them, and not to violate them or violate them under false pretexts, and based on what was previously stated, it is the region’s right to exercise its rights.” Constitutionalism within the Iraqi state.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement went on to say, “The Federal Supreme Court, despite the fact that it was established in contravention of the provisions of Article 92 of the Constitution and the amended Federal Court Law No. 30 of 2005, has exceeded its legal powers stipulated in the Constitution, so that it has given itself the right to interfere in everything large and small in the region as it is.” The situation is in its decision No. 83, unifieds 131 and 185 / Federal / 2024, which stipulates the abolition of the quota in the amended Kurdistan Parliament Election Law No. 1 of 1992, as well as the abolition of 11 seats, so that the composition of the Kurdistan Parliament consists of 100 members.[/size]
    [size=45]Judge Hassan explained, “When examining the aforementioned decision, it becomes clear that it violates the Constitution under which it operates. This is because the Constitution recognized that the laws of the Kurdistan Region are superior when they conflict or contradict federal laws, in addition to the fact that the aforementioned law contains nothing that contradicts the Constitution.”[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the region’s Judicial Council also pointed out that “the Federal Court, in its decision, made itself a legislator, as it amended the seats of the Parliament of Kurdistan, as well as amending the Independent High Electoral Commission Law No. 11 of 2007, while the division of electoral regions is among the exclusive powers of the Parliament of Kurdistan, and the Federal Court has nothing to do with it.” This situation does not require reconsideration of the aforementioned decision, despite describing it as final and binding on all authorities.[/size]
    [size=45]Judge Hassan stressed that “it is necessary to review it (the decision) and adhere to justice in it, because justice is the basis of governance, and its establishment among people achieves its strength, prestige, durability, equality and justice in society to guarantee the rights and dignity of citizens without discrimination between them on the basis of race, religion, nationality, sect or gender.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]Last February, the Federal Supreme Court decided to abolish the quota seats in the region’s legislative elections law, and reduce the number of seats in the Kurdistan Parliament from 111 seats to only 100, which sparked widespread dissatisfaction among minorities, leading them to announce their boycott of the elections scheduled to be held next June. .[/size]
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