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    Description of the Federal Court as [maker of the dictatorship] may move

    War: Description of the Federal Court as [maker of the dictatorship] may move away from constitutional immunity
    Thursday, July 12, 2012 20:22


    [Baghdad - where]

    Commented the legal expert Tareq Harb on the description of a member of the House of Representatives today for the Federal High Court as [maker of the dictatorship] as "may move away from the provisions of Article 63 of the Constitution of immunity views supplied by members of Parliament and descriptions prevailing in the dictionary of political and media circulation and constitutional immunity."

    The war in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, "What in the words of one of the governors get by and stakeholders in us members of parliament today, as published by the media around and described the Federal Supreme Court as a maker of dictatorship and other phrases may move away from the provisions of Article 63 of the Constitution concerning the immunity of opinions supplied by the members of Parliament as well as that of Article 38 of the Constitution on the right of opinion and expression preceded by Article 17 of the Constitution on the right to personal privacy as well as what is stated in Article [19] of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the right of opinion and expression preceded by what is stated in Article [12] of this announcement on the right to reputation and personal privacy . "

    He added: "Also, this description may move away as well as descriptions prevailing in the dictionary of political and media circulation and constitutional immunity as Rapporteur of the opinion, not for libel so that the opinion and say, description, and to speak one thing and curses and insults, defamation and slander anything else as it could turn opinion of the project to throwing an illegal has become cash legal to Defamation is illegal, which could lead to a shift of virtue to vice. "

    He continued the war, "and we have in the book Quran and the anecdotal honest, just like good and peace on the English philosopher Lord Acton, when he said that more communities Democracy and freedom are more community responsibility and a commitment issue is as the currency cash one traditional downstream where freedom and democracy and in the other side of responsibility and commitment, and in all cases, we must interpret the opinion and say, description and speech according to the principle of good faith and the provisions of the Constitution and the rule of law and public interest unless proven otherwise. "

    The independent MP Sabah al-Saadi has today accused the President of the Supreme Judicial Council Midhat Mahmood "the politicization of the judiciary and loyalty to the government and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."

    Saadi told a news conference held at the House of Representatives attended by the correspondent [where] said Thursday that "[Mahmoud] Cisse judiciary is working for the government, one of the persons suspected them and was one of the most loyal to the Baath Party and the President of the former regime, and today is loyal to the owners," as he put it. Ended

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    Sabah al-Saadi: accused Chairman of Federal Court as a great maker of dictatorship in Iraq.12/07/2012 15:56:00

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    Baghdad / NINA /--The independent MP Sabah al-Saadi attacked Chairman of the Federal Court Medhat al-Mahmoud, and described him as a great maker of dictatorship.

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    He said in a press conference today: "The current Federal Court is the maker of dictatorships through its pro-dictatorship noting that is began with the decision of integration of the independent bodies to the government, preventing the Parliament from questioning any official or minister unless the parliament get its approval and finally preventing Parliament of enactment lows stressing that this policy representing a robbed of parliament constitutional entitlements and freedoms. / End

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    This is what he is talking about.. I think....

    the Federal Court is getting in the way of Parlimentary Interrogations.


    I think the opposition tried to interogate this Minister of Education to prove it could be done..
    a "dry run" of what they want to do to Maliki....and the Federal Court blocked them... working as Maliki's stooges.


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    Iraqiya spokesman: we insist on questioning Ali al-Adeeb.

    11/07/2012 13:41:00

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    BAGHDAD / NINA / spokesman for Iraqiya List, Haidar al-Mullah said "We will work in the coming days to complete the files for questioning the Minister of Higher Education Ali al-Adeeb, and then we apply a request to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives in this matter."

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    He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today: "The political side is the one who prevented the interrogation of al-Adeeb, but we will insist on the interrogation process."

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    He continued: "It is not the right of the Federal Court to interfere with the monitoring work of the House of Representatives, because the Council has the right to question any official when it has 25 signatures of deputies, but we have 80 signatures support the interrogation process."

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    Mullah added "but we do not want to get into debates with federal court."

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    He explained: "The Federal Court spoke about lack of certain items in the bylaw of the House of Representatives, so we will complete these items and then re-apply the request to interrogate al-Adeeb in the parliament at the coming days."

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    The Federal Court declared that the request of questioning of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Ali al-Adeeb is unconstitutional. / End

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    Of course.. I am just guessing..
    anybody else want to take a stab at how these puzzle pieces fit together?

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