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The Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Bashir Al-Haddad, stated that the Council has two draft laws ready for voting in Parliament regarding the amendment of the Federal Supreme Court Law.
Al-Haddad said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Tuesday: "There are two laws for the Federal Court that are present in the Parliamentary Legal Committee."
The Federal Supreme Court in Iraq issues an urgent statement on determining the largest bloc Al-Haddad explained that the first draft was sent by the government in previous sessions and includes (24) articles, and it contains some points of contention, especially in Articles (2) and (12), related to the mechanism for selecting members of the Federal Court, voting and quorum, "pointing out that most of the articles were approved. From the majority of political blocs.
He added that the second is a draft amendment to the Federal Supreme Court Law No. (30) of 2005 submitted by the Presidency of the Republic, which aims to address the imbalance of the court’s quorum, and proposes selecting members of the Federal Court from the Supreme Judicial Council, in coordination with the Kurdistan Region Judicial Council.
Al-Haddad confirmed the readiness of the two projects to vote after the first and second readings took place in the event that the parliamentary blocs agreed to submit one of them to a vote.
He pointed out that the presentation of each of them to the vote was delayed due to lack of agreement on them, as well as the parliament’s preoccupation with completing the electoral districts annex for the parliament elections law for the vote on it.
It is worth noting that the importance of Al-Haddad's declaration of the readiness of the two laws lies in the fact that the Supreme Court operates according to Law No. 30 of 2005, which is the law that was issued during the government of Iyad Allawi and was based on the Iraqi State Administration Law for the transitional phase, which means that it is a temporary law until the constitution is written and the court’s law enacted The Federal Supreme Council, and since that date, the House of Representatives has not been able, in all its sessions, to pass another law for the court.
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