BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - March 15 / March: The Federal Supreme Court announced on Tuesday to postpone the proceedings to appeal against the cancellation of the posts of Vice President of the Republic to the 19 of next April, as well as the postponement of a lawsuit to challenge the Iraqi Media Network by law to the same date.
A judiciary spokesman Judge Abdul Sattar Bayraktar said in a statement that "the Supreme Federal Court today held its ordinary and decided to postpone the proceedings to appeal against the cancellation of the posts of Vice President of the Republic at the request of the agent of the President, in addition to his job, which is a third party in the proceedings to submit a list containing the situation of the decision to cancel these positions. "
Bayraktar said that "the court also decided to defer consideration of a lawsuit to challenge the Iraqi Media Network Act," pointing out that "the plaintiffs demanded Amhalam to provide a list of answer to the nine points contained Answer defendant (Chairman of the Board of Representatives in addition to his job)."
The spokesman for the judiciary to be "The court decided to postpone the lawsuit asked the referee declared unconstitutional the second amendment to the law of governorates not organized in a region the law," pointing out that "the delay happened at the request of the defendant and Deputy Prime Minister, in addition to his job, the existence of a draft law new in the Council of Ministers address the points raised in the proceedings on an urgent basis. "
Birqadr He pointed out that "these proceedings have been postponed to the 19th of the month of April next year."
The head of the Council of Ministers, was taken in (the ninth of August last 2015), six reform decisions, represented the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister "immediately", and reduce the comprehensive and immediate in the number of protections for state officials, among them the three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades The Directors-General and conservatives and members of the provincial councils and their grades. Q ended
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