Federal Court unites suits provided about two sessions of parliament and postpone the
Federal Court unites suits provided about two sessions of parliament and postpone the consideration of the next one
Published in: 15:42, May 25, 2016
BAGHDAD - Politics - opinion -
The Federal Supreme Court decided to unite to challenge the constitutionality of the two sessions of the House of Representatives last month in lawsuits, claiming one, for the unity of the subject and the parties.
The spokesman for the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar, in a statement received (international opinion) a copy of it, "The Supreme Federal Court held a plenary meeting to consider the appeal in two sessions of the House of Representatives lawsuits over the past month."
He explained that "the meeting witnessed the unification of suits shorthand for the time and effort; and because the subject of these cases one and its outskirts as well," noting that "the court heard the statements of the parties and their agents in detail and their comments."
Among Birqadr "it decided to elect three experts from the Faculty of Information at Baghdad University for the purpose of CDs that belong to the meetings in terms of the number of attendees analysis Was their vote on making the entire issued, as well as internal and external circumstances that surrounded them, in addition to the diagnosis present in the second part of the session on 26 MP and learn from others. "
"The court decided to postpone consideration of the case to the ninth time on May 29 for the purpose of inviting experts to inform them of their mission and handed over what is under the hands of the court in addition to compact discs."
The Federal Court held, on Wednesday, the first session to consider the constitutionality of the two sessions of the Iraqi parliament last month.
Federal Court heard testimony prosecutors about what happened in the meetings which had been challenged the constitutionality of their contract, and then began to listen to pleading the defense of the board of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives.
The Federal Court declared in 12 of this month, received six lawsuits to challenge the constitutionality of two sessions of Council meetings, the House of Representatives in the month of April.
A statement by the judicial authority has received "The Supreme Federal Court received Thursday May 12 th, three claims submitted by the House of Representatives was unconstitutional sessions," noting that "the Court has also received today three other claims made by the sacked ministers to challenge the decision of a pink slip; for the unconstitutionality of the meeting, which has impeachment them." is over