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Post by RamblerNash Tue Mar 22, 2022 10:14 pm

The judiciary resolves the controversy of dissolving the House of Representatives Doc-P-415193-637835609191964450
2022-03-22 | 11:42

Today, Tuesday, the Supreme Judicial Council decided the controversy of the dissolution of the House of Representatives.

In a statement received by Alsumaria News, the council said, "Iraq is a constitutional and regular country, and the mechanisms for forming authorities in it are based on the principles and provisions set by the constitution."The Republic of IraqFor the year 2005, which stems from the will of the Iraqi people, who chose their political system according to the form stipulated in the constitution, and that the treatment of political problems is carried out in accordance with the constitutional provisions only, and it is not permissible for any party, whether judicial or otherwise, to impose a solution to the political blockage except in accordance with the provisions of the constitution.

The statement added, "The mechanisms for dissolving the House of Representatives are restricted by the text of Article 64 of the Constitution and its summary is that the House is dissolved by an absolute majority of its members with two options, the first at the request of one-third of its members, and the second at the request of the Prime Minister and with the approval of the President of the Republic."

And the judiciary concluded its statement, “From this text, it is clear that no other party, including the judiciary, in both its ordinary and constitutional parts, has the power to dissolve the parliament because there is no constitutional or legal basis for this procedure.”

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