Legal expert: Federal Court decision to grant the power to dismiss ministers Abadi 100% correct

Thursday 07-04-2016
| 9:27:35
Twilight News / Counting legal expert Adil al-Lami Thursday's decision by the Federal Supreme Court on the validity of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi dismissal of the Minister 100% true.

Al-Lami said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, "The Federal Court decision on the validity of the dismissal of the Prime Minister and the Minister / Minister 100% correct and say otherwise is a world, but not the law."

He called for the counting confusion "between Article 78 and Article 61 of the Constitution, because the first talk about the powers of the Prime Minister and the second talks about the powers of the House of Representatives."

The judiciary announced on Wednesday the Federal Supreme Court issued a decision regarding the inadmissibility of the vote on the dismissal of the minister and replace it with another in one resolution in the House of Representatives, and the reason for the dismissal.

A judiciary spokesman Judge Abdul Sattar Bayraktar, said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, "The Supreme Federal Court has received an explanatory request about the inadmissibility of the House of Representatives to vote in a single decision he makes to approve the dismissal of the Minister of coupled time itself to agree on a replacement set, and the possibility of the requirement of a statement of whether or not the reason for the dismissal. "

He said, "I went to the court that Article 78 of the Constitution has empowered the Prime Minister and the right of the dismissal of the minister with the consent of the House of Representatives," pointing out that "the text in the absolute exercise of this right was not required by the stated reasons."

Bayraktar noted that "the decision said that the Prime Minister and in accordance with the constitutional text is the direct executive responsible for public policy of the state."

With regard to the question about the permissibility of the House of Representatives to vote in a decision issued by agreeing to dismiss the minister in question coupled with time itself to approve a replacement set, Bayraktar explained that "the court and through the review of the provisions of the Constitution in this area has not seen the letter prevents that."

He added that "the Court emphasized that the proper functioning of the requirements of the Council of Ministers to implement public policy of the State requires it, which is to be the House's decision to dismiss the minister in question in conjunction with the minister to appoint an alternative." http://www.ara.shafaaq.com/64514