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Iraq FEDERAL COURT SETTLES THE CONTROVERSY OVER THE IMMUNITY OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT Tuesday, May 25, 2021 1:56 PM Baghdad / National News Center Today, Tuesday, the Federal Supreme Court issued a clarification that settled the debate over the immunity of members of the House of Representatives. A statement of the court, which was received by the National News Center, stated that “The Federal Supreme Court decided, by Court Decision 90 / Federal / 2019, on 4/28/2021, to revoke previous court decisions regarding obtaining the approval of the House of Representatives in all crimes for which members of Parliament are accused, either. They were crimes of felony, misdemeanors, or offenses, and the court decided to limit obtaining the approval of the House of Representatives in one case only, which is the issuance of an arrest warrant for a crime of the type of felony that is not witnessed, except for the immunity of the members of the House of Representatives, and legal measures can be taken against them directly in the event that any of them are accused of a felony crime A witness, a misdemeanor, or an offense. ” The statement added: “The court also decided to revoke the previous court’s decision regarding the interpretation of the concept of an absolute majority. The court decided that the concept of an absolute majority wherever it appears in the constitution is intended to be more than half of the actual number of members of the House of Representatives. As for what is meant by a simple majority, it is more than half of the number of members of the House of Representatives present after the quorum has been achieved. He continued, "With this decision, courts can settle corruption cases faster than before, because most corruption crimes apply to the description of misdemeanor crimes, and resolving them depends on the immunity of the accused being lifted if he is a member of Parliament."
The President of Iraq approves a law to finance the expenses of the upcoming parliamentary elections Iraqi President Barham Salih December 24, 2020 06:34 PM Mubasher: Iraqi President Barham Salih approved the bill for financing the upcoming parliamentary elections. Barham Salih said today, Thursday, that the approval of the law on financing the expenses of the upcoming parliamentary elections comes as a prelude to holding fair and fair early elections, according to the official account of the Presidency of the Republic on the social networking site "Twitter". He indicated that the step aims to make the elections a success and enable the Independent High Electoral Commission to prepare for the elections. Barham Salih approved the parliamentary election law last November, saying, " Electoral corruption is a serious scourge that threatens societal peace and economic safety, and the road to this scourge must be cut off." At the time, Saleh stressed the need to fulfill the requirements of holding early elections, based on the foundations of integrity and justice in its various stages, including biometric registration, and effective and serious coordination between the Elections Commission and the United Nations for monitoring and supervision in order to achieve this.
Deputy: A team in the Al-Kazemi government is working to fuel the street to form an emergency government Editing date: 10/5/2020 19:45 • 96 read times [Baghdad-Where] Iraqi MP, Star Al-Jabri revealed, on Monday, that a government team affiliated with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi has fanned the streets and included employees of the demonstrators by delaying the payment of salaries to form an emergency government. Al-Jabri said in a press statement, "The Minister of Finance undertook, upon signing the borrowing, to secure the salaries of employees until the end of the current year through the sums that were borrowed from the Central Bank, oil revenues and border outlets, and not to place the House of Representatives this critical," noting that "there is information that indicates To the presence of a government team working to fuel the street and include the demonstrators' employees by delaying the payment of salaries. He added that "there are calls to dissolve the House of Representatives. This government team is present with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi," noting that "this team deliberately creates crises to form an emergency government." The deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Fadel Al-Fatlawi, confirmed, last Thursday, that the risk of securing salaries for employees will continue until the end of this year. 25 T.