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    Parliamentary Legal carry Kurds delayed the Federal Court Act

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    Parliamentary Legal carry Kurds delayed the Federal Court Act Empty Parliamentary Legal carry Kurds delayed the Federal Court Act

    Post by Rocky Mon 01 Feb 2016, 3:35 am

    Parliamentary Legal carry Kurds delayed the Federal Court Act[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] 
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    date: Monday 01.02.2016 0:32
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    Baghdad / Baghdad news 
    carried by the Legal Committee of the Parliamentary Hamdiya Husseini, on Sunday, 
    the Kurdistan Alliance, the reason for the delay in the House vote on the Federal Court Act, while confirming that the ready-law to a vote. 
    Husseini said in an interview I followed "Baghdad news", that "the deputies of the Kurdistan Alliance insist that vote will be on the Federal Court decisions unanimously, "indicating that" can not be a vote on all decisions of the Court unanimously condition, there were circumstances when some judges at the court, "and added that" the Federal Mahmkh law is ready to vote by parliament in no political blocs agree on all the paragraphs , while suggesting that he hoped to be the inclusion of the Federal Court Act within the agenda of the next parliamentary sessions agenda for a vote. "

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