Away from the Kurdistan .. move to the adoption of the Federal Court Act



Brother - Baghdad - He revealed a member of the parliamentary legal committee MP Ibtisam Hilali, Saturday, about the existence of a parliamentary move between the National Alliance and the Union of national forces to the passage of the Federal Court Act away from the Kurdistan Alliance, indicating that the adoption of the law is part of a package of judicial reforms.

Hilali said that "the disagreement between the political blocs in the parliament on the draft of the Federal Court Act still exists," adding that "the controversy respect to one point, a demand of the Kurdistan Alliance decision-making within the Court relating to the Kurdistan Region to be unanimous rather than majority vote."

Hilali and expressed the hope that "there is an agreement between the National Alliance and the Union of National Forces to approve the law, even if did not get an agreement with the Kurdistan", adding that "there was a move to move without the recognition of Kurdistan."

Hilali and stressed that "the adoption of the law is part of reforms relating to the judiciary package."


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