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Another member of the Federal Court dies, for lack of three members
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} A member of the Federal Supreme Court died, the second this month.

In a statement, the Al Furat News Agency received a copy of it, the court dismissed "with more pain and regret, retired judge {Farouk Al-Sami}, member of the Federal Supreme Court."
The statement added, "He was full of honorable judicial history before his appointment as a member of the Federal Supreme Court, including a judge in the Federal Court of Cassation and President of the Administrative Court, and he died as a result of an incurable disease that may God protect him in Elyin, and his residence is spacious. ".
On the 11th of this month, the Federal Supreme Court declared that one of its members, Judge Abboud Al-Tamimi, had an incurable disease.
It is noteworthy that the Federal Supreme Court has become vacant of three members (two deaths and one vacancy), which makes it unable to decide on constitutional disputes or certify the results of the upcoming early elections without completing their quorum.
The House of Representatives intends to legislate the Federal Court’s law amid political debate over amending the law and other new legislation, in addition to a disagreement over jurists and clerics in the court’s membership.
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{Federal} loses a third member

Saturday, October 31, 2020 56

{Federal} loses a third member

 
 Baghdad: Morning
 
 
 
The Federal Supreme Court declared the death of one of its members, a retired judge (Farouq Al-Sami), to be the second during the month of October, because the court was devoid of three members for the period 
Past.
The court stated in the obituary statement that "the sublime had an honorable judicial history before his appointment as a member of the Federal Supreme Court, including a judge in the Federal Court of Cassation and head of the Administrative Court, and he died from an incurable disease that may God protect him in Elin and his residence is spacious, his family, colleagues and lovers are patience and solace. mechanism 
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On the 11th of this month, the Federal Supreme Court dismissed one of its members, Judge Abboud Al-Tamimi, the impact of a terminal illness.
It is noteworthy that the Federal Supreme Court has become vacant of three members (two dead and one seat in it), which makes it unable to decide on constitutional disputes or certify the results of the upcoming early elections without completion. 
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The House of Representatives intends to legislate the Federal Court’s law amid political debate over amending the law and other new legislation, in addition to a disagreement over jurists and clerics in the court’s membership.
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