Federal Court describes the questioning of the prime minister and the ministers mechanisms

The Federal Supreme Court explained, the constitutional mechanisms to question the prime minister and the ministers in the House of Representatives. The spokesman for the judiciary, Abdul Sattar Bayraktar, said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of "Supreme Federal Court today considered the request from the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives for the interpretation of texts relating to the process of interrogation., Which came in Article 61 / VII. c, and Article 61 / A VIII of the Constitution, "noting that it" has issued a decision to do so. "
He explained that "under the resolution," the interrogation must be in agreement as provided for in Article 61 / c VII of the Constitution, "pointing out that" provides a written request to the President of the House of Representatives with the approval of a 25-member ".
He said the decision "of the applicant or he can withdraw his application was supported by the absence of a constitutional or legal impediment to withdraw from this interrogation."
He added that "the withdrawal of one of the applicants of the number of 25 members lead to a breach of the quorum set by Article 61 / VII c of the Constitution," adding that "then becomes the application does not fulfill the conditions mandated by the Constitution, in which case the interrogation canceled and that an his limbs deadline. "
And "that if the request meets the conditions of interrogation Phippeshr House of Representatives commissioned according to the constitution," pointing out that "the process does not take place until after seven days at least, after submission of the application."
And that "after the end of questioning and scrutiny answers and compare them with the evidence provided by the House of Representatives builds his conviction viewpoint questioned him after a discussion."
He added that "the conviction of whether or not to put to the vote if the Council voted by an absolute majority [majority of the number of attendees after a quorum check on conviction shall be subject answers the questioner finished."
He pointed out, "in the absence of conviction Council answers will move to other steps to withdraw confidence from the minister by an absolute majority", the minister is resigning from the date of the decision to withdraw confidence, "adding" no possibility "raising the issue of withdrawal of confidence from the minister, but at the behest of the Council or at the request signed by fifty members. "
He continued, "As in the case of withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister and the gravity of that in the political life of the country and the resulting withdrawal of confidence from all ministers and conversion of the Council of Ministers to the Caretaker Council until the formation of a new cabinet has the constitution stipulated that a request to withdraw confidence in advance of the President of the Republic , as the Constitution passed the House of Representatives at the request of 1/5 fifth of its members also withdraw confidence. "
As mentioned decision "may not make such a request except after an interpellation directed to the prime minister and after at least seven days from the submission of the application."
The resolution stated that "the Constitution stipulated to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister of the Council vote absolute majority of its members," noting that "in this case the ministry is dissolved."
He noted "the continuation of the Prime Minister and ministers in their positions to run everyday things for a period not exceeding 30 days until a new cabinet in accordance with the steps set out in Article 76 of the Constitution."
He stressed that the decision "will be questioning in all cases professionally and objectively away from political motives and personal reasons" .