Shawki: We need 219 votes to pass the Federal Court Act

Today, 18:31

Published by: Messenger Delphi

He stressed the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives by a sound Shawki, Wednesday, that the adoption of the Federal Court Act needs 219 votes, while noting that the Kurds have expressed flexibility on the law.

Shawky said that "the differences are still on the list of the Federal Court Act with respect to consensus in decision-making within the Federal Court despite the flexibility shown by the Kurds, who are the owners consider the demand," noting that "taking a unanimous means to disable the role of the Federal Court."

Shawki said, that "the legislation of the Federal Court Act needs to be two-thirds of any 219 votes," adding that "in light of the political differences can not achieve the number."