Iraqi judiciary is seen in the six appeals .. and vote on the dismissal of five other
Iraqi judiciary is seen in the six appeals .. and vote on the dismissal of five other ministers and the appointment of
2016-05-13 17:55:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad: Hamza Mustafa
Federal Court declared, the highest constitutional authority in Iraq, received yesterday about six lawsuits to challenge Bgelsta the House of Representatives , which were held during the month of April, which included a vote on the five ministers and the dismissal of five.
A judiciary spokesman Judge Abdul Sattar Bayraktar said in a statement: «The Federal Supreme Court received Thursday, three cases submitted by the MPs declared unconstitutional the Parliamentary sessions , which were held during the month of April (last April)».
Bayraktar added that « the court today also received three other claims made by the ministers lent to challenge the decision of dismissal to the unconstitutionality of the meeting , which has its dismissal», pointing out that « the court has not received any suit concerning the same subject before today 's date».
In this context , he said a member of the Iraqi parliament from the Reform Front , announced by the sitters of Representatives high Nassif told «Middle East» she made darts Federal Court with MP Hanan al and the Ministers of Health, Labour and Chairman of the Interim Parliament for the protesters , Adnan al - Janabi , as well as 40 deputies and other single agency.
She added: «The appeals centered on the lack of legitimacy of the parliament session that the five sacked ministers were in and vote on their replacements, in addition to the appeal Salim al - Jubouri , the legitimacy of which has been sacked a full quorum session, so the Saleem al - Jubouri and his two deputies Hamoudi and Aram Sheikh Mohammed, no longer have legitimacy in the presidency of the parliament sessions, issuing legislation and decisions ».
The appeals cases to the Federal Court to put an end to a controversy about the legitimacy of the parliament session or not a meeting , which was the vote on the first cabinet reshuffle made by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , which included seven ministers, however , have been voting on five of them, while not received candidate the Ministry of Education votes were sufficient to postpone the vote on the candidate for the Ministry of culture, the parliament did not decide on the resignation of Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari.
To that , the member of the Iraqi parliament from the Union of Forces Salah al - Jubouri , who belongs to the block parliament speaker Salim al itself «Middle East» that «Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri , or any of his deputies did not lodge an appeal to the Federal Court; because we see that the parliament session , which was the vote on the cabinet reshuffle was correct and complete quorum », indicating that« the number of attendees was 182 deputies and therefore must be on the other side to appeal to the Federal Court , which is the owner the final say on such issues ».
The thousands of demonstrators Sadrist movement stormed, at the end of April (last April) the Green Zone and the building of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, the center of Baghdad, to protest against the lack of comprehensive reforms, ministerial and change, and besieged parliament officials and some lawmakers after the destruction of the Council courtroom furniture.
The storming of the Green Zone , minutes after the declaration of the cleric, Muqtada al - Sadr, during a press conference, the province of all political and refused to «Majalsthm» Whatever demands without «radical reform», as he emphasized that b «waiting for major popular uprising vast popular revolution», counting that the people are only concerned to choose their own destiny «either to keep the quotas or drop the whole government.»