2016/5/17 13:14

[Oan- Baghdad]

The Federal Supreme Court issued Tuesday, a letter to all parties to challenge the constitutionality of two sessions of the House of Representatives meetings, lawsuits last month to provide their answers in accordance with legal terms in order to be resolved as soon as possible, stressing that its going to be open for all, including the public.

The spokesman for the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayraktar said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the Federal Supreme Court met in its entirety today, and decided to address a letter to the parties held on 13 and 16 of the last month, suits, regarding the appeal the constitutionality of two sessions of meetings, the House of Representatives last month. "

He said Bayraktar, that "the parties to the lawsuit and sent them all the notifications in accordance with the provisions of Article [2 / I] of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of the Supreme Federal No. 1 for the year 2005," noting that "this article stipulates [of the lawsuit and documents to the discount needs to be answered liberation during a period not exceeding 15 days from the date of notification. "

And between, "The court called upon all the parties and their agents answer on what was in these cases and provide what they have all the means within the period specified in that article to prove the allegation or exile."

He pointed out that "actions come in order for the court to set a date for the defense in these proceedings, which will be public meetings for all parties to lawsuits and their agents and the public wishing to attend and then resolve claims under the provisions of the Constitution and the laws and regulations in force as soon as possible."

Bayraktar stressed that this comes "in recognition of the circumstances that Iraq is going through and the commitment of the specific responsibilities of the Federal Supreme Court in the Constitution, laws and regulations."

The Federal Supreme Court has announced the receipt of last Thursday, lawsuits to challenge the constitutionality of the two sessions of the House of Representatives sessions held in the month of April.