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    Do the Sudanese agreements in Washington need to be approved by Parliament? Expert explains

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    Do the Sudanese agreements in Washington need to be approved by Parliament? Expert explains Empty Do the Sudanese agreements in Washington need to be approved by Parliament? Expert explains

    Post by Rocky Sun 21 Apr 2024, 4:34 am

    Do the Sudanese agreements in Washington need to be approved by Parliament? Expert explains
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    Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi confirmed today, Sunday (April 21, 2024), that all memoranda of understanding and contracts signed by Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani in Washington are considered effective and do not require approval by the House of Representatives.
    Al-Tamimi said in a statement received by “Baghdad Today” that “it is the Prime Minister’s authority to sign executive agreements, contracts and memorandums of understanding in accordance with Article 2 of the Agreements Contracting Law No. 35 of 2015, and all of them are effective once they are signed,” explaining that “Article Five of the above law I considered the Prime Minister the official representative of Iraq, which is confirmed by Article 78 of the Iraqi Constitution. He is the executive responsible for the country’s general policy and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and has the right to conclude these agreements, contracts and memorandums of understanding...all of which are related to the economy, education, health, banking, private sector companies and investment.”
    Al-Tamimi added, “There is no significant difference between the contract and the agreement in international law, because what matters is the purposes and meanings, not the words and premises, and both of them are binding on both parties, even though the agreement is more general than the contract in its details,” adding, “As for the memorandum of understanding, it is not binding on the parties, but rather a first step and marks the beginning of compensation".
    He continued, "As for the treaty, the Prime Minister must sign its initials and must then be ratified by Parliament in accordance with Article 61 Fourth of the Constitution. The Prime Minister must also negotiate these treaties in accordance with Article 80 Sixth of the Iraqi Constitution. Treaties are concluded in the name of the Republic of Iraq with a state or an international organization or It is an international person and is deposited with the United Nations in accordance with Article 102 of the United Nations Charter,” explaining that it “is with the persons of international law and it goes through the stages of negotiation, drafting the treaty and then ratification, including the treaty of peace and trade, maritime matters, sovereignty and lands, and treaties begin with the Council of Ministers giving its opinion and voting on it in accordance with Article 7 of the Council of Ministers Law, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is then reviewed by the State Shura Council and then approved by Parliament, as stated in Article 5 of the Law on Concluding Agreements No. 35 of 2015, and also Articles 14 and 15 and 16 of the Council of Ministers Law No. 2 of 2019.”
    He pointed out that “the negotiating delegation is named by the Council of Ministers, and the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs participate in this by virtue of their positions,” stressing that “after the ratification of the treaty by Parliament, the President of the Republic ratifies it in accordance with Article 73 Second of the Constitution, and Parliament ratifies in most cases by an absolute majority.” With the exception of treaties that affect the fate of the country and which require a vote of two-thirds of the members of Parliament, but they are related to war and peace, sovereignty, reconciliation and peace, and joining international agreements, as confirmed by Article 12 of the Agreements Contracting Law No. 35 of 2015.
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani returned yesterday, Saturday, to Baghdad, after a visit at the head of a huge delegation to Washington that lasted for a week, during which he met with the American President and a large number of responsible figures, as well as businessmen and heads of companies, during which 18 memorandums of understanding were signed in energy, economics and development. Oil sector and pharmaceutical industry.
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