Federal Court decides the unconstitutionality of the two sessions
Federal Court decides the unconstitutionality of the two sessions of the protesters of Representatives and the Ministerial amendment [Extended]
Federal Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional two sessions of the House of Representatives meetings , the deputies of the protesters and the ministerial amendment dated 14 and 26 April.
The spokesman for the federal judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayraktar said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, ” The Supreme Federal Court heard today challenged the constitutionality of two sessions of the House of Representatives sessions held last month claims.”
He added that ” the last term were freed Court to consider in the suits of the importance of the theme , and in deference to its edges and in recognition of the development of the country. ”
Bayraktar said that” the court concluded that on the 26th of April a session that saw the reshuffle] was unconstitutional, for the reasons you’ve listed at the meeting and that form the constitutional violations may not be taking their decisions , even if the present number of House of Representatives quorum. ”
He said , ” as for the day April 14 hearing, the court decided on a report of the expert as incomplete quorum by the presence of 131 deputies , while making decisions subject to appeal before the court and therefore made the decision to be unconstitutional for this meeting. ”