Abadi Office: It is not the prerogative of the Council of Ministers or the boss sacking Mahmood
Aug 31 2015
(Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad confirmed the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Monday, that it is not the prerogative of the Council of Ministers or the President to sack the judiciary Chairman Medhat al-Mahmoud, while noting that it can not implement reforms without the presence of just spend and fair. A spokesman for the Office Saad al-Hadithi said that "the Iraqi constitution did not give the President of the Council of Ministers, or cabinet met for the right to dismiss the head of the judiciary or interference in the affairs of the judiciary," noting that "from the jurisdiction of the legislative and judicial branches of government." He added newborn, that "Packages reform announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi can not be applied without the presence of an impartial judiciary and just to stand against mafias corruption ", noting that" al-Abadi stressed the importance of the role of the judiciary and called explicitly for actions to support the reforms. "Dozens demonstrated earlier, on Monday , in front of the Supreme Judicial Council building in Baghdad to demand the resignation of President of the Council Medhat al-Mahmoud and make real reforms in the judiciary

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