Mahmoud Othman, a mistake the presence of the Supreme Judicial Council sessions of th
Mahmoud Othman, a mistake the presence of the Supreme Judicial Council sessions of the political blocs .. and the elimination of non-interference in political affairs
10.02.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad (news) criticized the deputy in the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman, the presence of Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud meetings of the political blocs, stressing that the elimination of non-interference with political matters of the country. Uthman said to the reporter Agency (news) Friday: We have seen during recent meetings of the political blocs to attend Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud and this is logical as a patron of the Iraqi judiciary may not be mixing the judiciary with the policy, noting that the political blocs met to resolve their political differences, what the meaning of the existence of eliminating them, pointing out that the judiciary be independent of the fact that home of disease for many things in the country especially during the current stage. Osman added: on the political blocs that do not interfere with the affairs of the judiciary, they must respect the decisions of the judiciary and apply its decisions, and the judiciary also does not interfere with political matters in order not to lose the prestige and confidence in the Iraqi street in it. and between: the presence of the judiciary with political blocs must be limited in the dome of the Parliament when Parliament is debating matters of interest to the country and requires the presence of a representative of the Iraqi judiciary to decide on a lot of legal matters. It is noteworthy that the judiciary in Iraq is composed of the Supreme Judicial Council, the Supreme Court and the Court of Cassation, the Prosecutor's Office, and the judicial supervision, and other federal courts regulated by law, while called a number of political blocs accused the judicial authorities as the (politicized and non-neutral). In Iraq, three powers are legislative, executive and judicial, according to the text of the article (47) of the Constitution, which states "Federal authorities made up of the legislative, executive and judicial, shall exercise their competencies and tasks on the basis of the principle of separation of powers, and exercise its full independence from other authorities according to the decree in the Constitution.