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  1. 2019/07/30 12:26 Number of readings 163 Section: Iraq The Federal Court provides for the maintenance of article 140 of the Constitution The Supreme Federal Court ruled on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, that article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq should remain in force, stressing that this will continue until the implementation of its provisions and achieve the objective of its legislation. "The Supreme Federal Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all members of the judges and considered the request of the House of Representatives to interpret Article 140 of the Constitution in terms of whether or not." "The Supreme Federal Court found that Article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for 2005 called on the executive authority to take the necessary steps to complete the implementation of the requirements of Article 5 of the Transitional Administrative Law in all its paragraphs, "Of the Constitution". He pointed out that "the court found that this is to achieve the objectives stated in Article" 58 "of the Iraqi Transitional Administrative Law aimed at achieving justice in areas that have been subjected to a change in the demographic situation through deportation and exile and forced migration, according to the steps outlined in Article "58" mentioned ANVA ". The spokesman said that "the Federal Supreme Court found that these steps have not been completed and that the section has not been taken, and remains the goal of the development and legislation of Article" 140 "of the Constitution is required and the duty of implementation from all. He added that "the Court affirmed that the date specified in the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution has set the regulatory issues and urge the concerned to implement them and do not affect the essence and achieve its goal." "The Supreme Federal Court and therefore decided to stay the entry of article" 140 "of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq at the present time and until the implementation of the requirements and achieve the goal of legislation in accordance with the steps outlined in Article" 58 "of the law of the Iraqi state of transition" . Follow the obelisk http://almasalah.com/ar/news/175748/المحكمة-الاتحادية-تقضي-ببقاء-سريان-المادة-140-من-الدستور
  2. Federal Supreme: The Cabinet issued an amendment to the Protocol In the policy of May 14, 2018 to the Supreme Federal: Cabinet issued an amendment to the closed protocol system 92 visits Baghdad / SNG Confirmed Federal Supreme Court, Monday, the Cabinet issued an amendment to the protocol system. The official spokesman Ayas al-Samuk said in an interview that "the Federal Supreme Court has already issued a ruling on the system of Protocol No. (4) for the year 2016." "The cabinet went in the same direction as the Federal Supreme Court by issuing an amendment to the protocol," he said. He explained that "Article II of the amendment provided for the cancellation of the second item, replacing the following text (precedence of the President of the Republic, then the Prime Minister, then to the President Then to the President of the Supreme Federal Court, then to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, then to the President of the Council of the Union, then to the President of the Territory, then to the President of the Council of Ministers of the region and then to the President of the Council of Representatives of the region He pointed out that "the amendment was published in the Iraqi facts number (4490) on 7/5/2018."
  3. FEDERAL SUPREME COURT SETTLE A DISPUTE IN FAVOR OF THE KURDS ON ARTICLE 140 Tuesday, 30 July 2019 1:18 PM Baghdad / National Information Center (NNC) The Supreme Federal Court ruled that article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq should remain in effect, stressing that this will continue until the implementation of its provisions and the purpose of its legislation. "The Federal Supreme Court held its session under the chairmanship of Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all the members of the judges and considered the request of the House of Representatives to interpret Article 140 of the Constitution in terms of its validity or not," the court's spokesman Ayas al-Samuk said in a statement. "The Supreme Federal Court found that Article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for 2005 called on the executive authority to take the necessary steps to complete the implementation of the requirements of Article (58) of the Transitional Administrative Law in all its paragraphs, ) Of the Constitution. " He pointed out that "the court found that this is to achieve the objectives stated in Article (58) of the Iraqi Transitional Administration Law aimed at achieving justice in the areas that have been subjected to a change in the demographic situation through deportation and exile and forced migration in accordance with the steps outlined in Article (58) mentioned above. The spokesman noted that "the Federal Supreme Court found that these steps have not been completed and that the section has not been taken, and remains the goal of the development and legislation of Article (140) of the Constitution is required and the duty of implementation from all." "The Court affirmed that the date specified in the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution has been set for regulatory matters and urged the concerned parties to implement them and do not affect their essence and achieve their objective." "The Supreme Federal Court and therefore decided to stay the entry into force of Article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq at present and until the implementation of the requirements and achieve the goal of its legislation in accordance with the steps outlined in Article (58) of the Iraqi State Administration for the transitional period" . https://nnciraq.com/13334/
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