Turan: The federal court's decisions are binding and not the degree of challenge



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Turan: The federal court's decisions are binding and not the degree of challenge

Legal Committee of the House of Representatives considers, on Sunday, that the Federal Court decisions on the legality of the two sessions of Parliament in April are binding and not the degree of appeal.



Said committee member Hassan Turan, in a press statement: "We hope that the court will issue its final decision on 28 of this month, especially as its decisions are binding and not the degree of challenge and hence the decision will be final and can not any of the parties to resume the call."



He added, "We also hope that the decision of 28 with the beginning of the legislative term opportunity for the resumption of meetings of the Council."

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