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Today, Monday, the Supreme Judicial Council held a meeting to select members of the Federal Court.

The council’s media said in a statement, “The judges charged with selecting the president and members of the Federal Supreme Court held a meeting today according to the text of Article (3) of the First Amendment Law of Order No. (30) of 2005 Law of the Federal Supreme Court.”

He added, "The meeting included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Fayeq Zaidan, the President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, the Head of the Public Prosecution Authority, Salem Muhammad Noori, and the Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority Jassim Muhammad Aboud, where the preliminary deliberations were held to choose the president and members of the court during the next few days."

Last Thursday (March 18, 2021), the House of Representatives voted on the amendments to the Federal Court Law.

According to the statement, "The Council honored the Chairman and members of the Federal Supreme Court on the occasion of their imminent retirement."

He continued, "The council approved the promotion of a number of judges and public prosecutors, and granted a position and restructured some courts according to work requirements."

He pointed out that “the council stressed the need to emphasize the uncles previously advising judges that it is not permissible to mediate with non-judicial bodies in matters related to the job because this constitutes an abuse of the judiciary and violates the provisions of Article (7 / First) of the Judicial Organization Law No. (160) of 1979.” .

He pointed out that "the council approved the necessity to involve the members of the public prosecution in all developmental workshops."

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The judiciary conducts preliminary deliberations to choose a new president for the Federal Court

 

 

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Baghdad Today, Monday, the Supreme Judicial Council held a deliberative session to choose the president and members of the Federal Supreme Court. The Judicial Media said in a statement received (Baghdad Today), that “On 3/22/2021 the judges assigned to choose the president and members of the Federal Supreme Court met according to the text of Article (3) of the Law of the First Amendment to Order No. (30) of 2005 (Federal Supreme Court Law) ) ". He added, "The meeting included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Dr. Fayeq Zaidan, the President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, the Chief of the Public Prosecution Authority, Salem Muhammad Noori, and the Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority Jassem Muhammad Aboud, and during the meeting the initial deliberations were held to select the president and members of the court during the next few days. The Council honored the President and members of the Federal Supreme Court on the occasion of their impending retirement, and the Council approved the promotion of a number of judges and members of the Public Prosecution Office, the granting of a position and the restructuring of some courts according to the requirements of the work. Issues related to the job because this constitutes an abuse of the judiciary and violates the provisions of Article (7 / First) of the Judicial Organization Law No. (160) of 1979, and the Council approved the necessity of involving members of the Public Prosecution in all developmental workshops.

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In pictures, the judiciary honors the president and members of the Federal Court and deliberates on substitutes
 

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{Local: Al Furat News} The Supreme Judicial Council honored the head and members of the Federal Supreme Court during the Judicial Council session today, Monday.
 

The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faeq Zaidan, presented a gift of appreciation to the president and members of the court on the occasion of their imminent retirement, in implementation of the First Amendment Law of Order 30 of 2005 {the Federal Supreme Court} which was approved by Parliament last week.
Whereas, the judges assigned to select the president and members of the Federal Supreme Court met according to the text of Article (3) of the First Amendment Law of Order No. (30) of 2005 (Federal Supreme Court Law).
The meeting included Zaidan, President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, Chief of the Public Prosecution Service, Salem Muhammad Noori, and Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority Jassim Muhammad Aboud. During the meeting, initial deliberations were held to select the president and members of the court during the next few days.
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Hakim stresses the role of the presidency in resolving controversial issues

 
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The head of the Iraqi coalition, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, stressed the importance of the role of the presidency in resolving controversial issues.
A statement by his office stated, "Al-Hakim received a delegation from the Presidency of the Republic, which included Chief of the Court Muhannad Al-Bayati and his accompanying delegation. During the meeting, developments in the Iraqi, regional and international affairs were discussed."
Al-Hakim stressed, according to the statement, "the importance of integrating institutions among themselves and finding appropriate solutions to overcome the obstacles of administrative reality."
He stressed, "the role of the Presidency of the Republic in resolving controversial issues because of the moral value and impartiality they bear, and standing at the same distance from all parties."
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In the document .. changes in the judges of the Rusafa courts
  
{Local: Al Furat News} Today, Tuesday, the Supreme Judicial Council made a series of major changes in the positions of a number of judges.
 

According to the document issued by the Presidency of the Baghdad Appeal Court / Federal Rusafa, and obtained by the Al Furat News Agency, that "for the necessity of the public interest and based on the provisions of Article 50 Fifth of the Judicial Organization Law No. 160 12 it was decided" to assign Judge Ghanem Abdullah Zinad / Judge The first court of the Sadr City court to the first judge of the Karrada Court of First Instance and the first judge of the complex. "

The document also included "the assignment of Judge Jumah Abd Dawood / Vice President of Baghdad Appeals / Federal Rusafa to the judge of the first court of the Sadr City court and the first judge of the complex, and the assignment of Judge Salim Najeh Jawad / Vice President of Baghdad Appeal / Federal Rusafa to the first judge of the Court of the People's First Instance and the first judge of the complex ".

It was also decided to delegate Judge Abbas Abid Mayouf / Head of the Fourth Subcommittee on Law No. (20) of 2008 to compensate the injured to the Rusafa Investigation Court, and Judge Najm Abd Aoun / Vice President of Baghdad Appeal / Rusafa Federal to the Chairman of the Fourth Subcommittee on Law No. 20 For the year 2008 to compensate the injured. "

According to the document, "Judge Zafer Mahdi Muhammad / Judge of the First Personal Status Court in the People was delegated to the Judge of the First Personal Status Court in Karrada, and Judge Ali Nuri Abu Ragheef / Judge of the First Personal Status Court in Karrada was delegated to the Personal Status Court in the People."

The Judicial Council also decided, "The judge sent Adnan Abdul-Hussein / Judge of the Personal Status Court in New Baghdad to the judge of the first personal status court in the people, and Judge Khaleda Kouli as the obedient / judge of the Personal Status Court in the people to the Personal Status Court in the new Baghdad."

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The Kurdish Parliamentary Bloc confirmed, on Monday, that the vote to amend the Federal Court Law was a "big mistake," warning against repeating the scenario of selecting judges for the Electoral Commission in the court. The two representatives of the bloc, Yusef Muhammad and Bahar Mahmoud, said in a joint statement, "The vote to amend Law No. 30 of 2005 of the Supreme Federal Court by a simple majority was a great mistake and a clear violation of the constitution, specifically Clause Two of Article 92 of it, which stipulates that the vote on a law The Federal Supreme Court must have a two-thirds majority of the members of the House of Representatives. "
And he added, "From the operative part of this article, we understand that any legislation pertaining to the Federal Supreme Court must be by a two-thirds majority of its members."
The two deputies pointed out that "the mass change demanded more than once that the vote be by a two-thirds majority, but its opinion was not taken, and this is what made it refuse to participate in the voting session."
They expressed their wish to correct this fatal mistake, because "what is built on falsehood is false," as they describe.
And they stressed that "this error will cause many problems in the future, especially when approving the results of the upcoming elections, which will be under suspicion and disagreement by the political blocs."
The two representatives of the Change Bloc believed that "the amendment to the Federal Court law that Parliament voted last week is (the lesser evil) compared to the enactment of a new law for the court that is more problematic."
At the same time, he warned against “the repetition of the scenario of selecting judges who are members of the Board of Commissioners of the Election Commission, which was marred by a lot of defects, problems and ambiguities in the process of selecting members of the Federal Court. And the scientific level, taking into account the representation of components being a constitutional issue and avoiding quotas
 
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The Media Center correspondent for the Supreme Judicial Council stated that the selection of the judges in charge of choosing the new composition of the Federal Supreme Court included the selection of the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, for the position of President of the Court and the President of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of Vice President of the Court and the President of the Wasit Appeals Court, Ghaleb Amer, and the President of the Najaf Appeals Court. Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Dr. Haider Ali Nouri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad, members of the court

And the selection of the head of the Al-Karkh Court of Appeal, Khaled Taha, the head of the Basra Court of Appeal, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim, as reserve members of the court

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On Wednesday, the Supreme Judicial Council announced the names of the judges nominated for the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court.

The Media Center of the Supreme Judicial Council said, in a statement, the agency / Al-Maalouma / received a copy of it, that “the selection of the judges in charge of the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court included the selection of the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, for the position of president of the court and the president of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of vice president of the court. And the President of the Wasit Court of Appeals, Ghaleb Amer, the President of the Najaf Court of Appeals, Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Dr. Haider Ali Nouri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad are genuine members of the court.

The statement added, "The President of Al-Karkh Court of Appeals, Khaled Taha, the President of the Basra Appeals Court, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim, were chosen as reserve members of the court." Ended / 25 o'clock

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Urgent | The selection of the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad, as president of the Federal Court, the
selection of the President of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, as the deputy president of the Federal Court

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Shafaq News / The Supreme Judicial Council announced, on Wednesday, the names of the candidates for the new formation of judges of the Federal Supreme Court.

A statement by the Council’s Media Center, received by Shafaq News Agency, stated that “the selection of the judges in charge of choosing the new composition of the Federal Supreme Court included the selection of the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Aboud, for the position of president of the court and the president of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of vice president of the court and head of the Wasit Court of Appeal, Ghaleb Amer. And the head of the Najaf Court of Appeal, Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Haider Ali Nuri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad, are the original members of the court.

He added, "The head of the Al-Karkh Court of Appeals, Khaled Taha, the President of the Basra Appeals Court, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim, were chosen as reserve members of the court."

 

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{Al-Furat News} publishes the names of the new president and members of the Federal Court
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Media Center of the Supreme Judicial Council announced today, Wednesday, the names of the judges charged with choosing the new composition of the Federal Supreme Court.
 

"The new formation of the Federal Supreme Court included choosing the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, for the position of president of the court, and the president of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of vice president of the court, and the president of the Wasit Court of Appeals, Ghaleb Amer," the media center stated in a statement. And the President of the Najaf Appeals Court, Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Haider Ali Nuri, and a member of the Appeals Authority in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad are original members of the court.
In addition to "choosing the head of the Al-Karkh Court of Appeals, Khaled Taha, the President of the Basra Appeals Court, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim, as reserve members of the court."

The Supreme Judicial Council announced today, Wednesday, the selection of the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court.

A statement issued by the Supreme Judicial Council stated that {Al-Furat News} received a copy of it, "The judges whose positions are stipulated in Article (3 / Second) of the First Amendment Law of Order No. 30 of 2005 (Federal Supreme Court Law) held a meeting this morning Wednesday, corresponding to the 24th. 3/3/2021: It included the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, the President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, the Chief Public Prosecutor, Salem Muhammad Noori, and the Head of the Judicial Oversight Authority Jassem Muhammad Aboud.
The statement added, "The president, the vice president and a number of members of the Federal Supreme Court were chosen in origin and reserve."

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Al-Mahmoud has held the position of President of the Federal Supreme Court since 2005 (Haydar Hadi / Anatolia)
 

Yesterday, Wednesday, the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq announced the selection of a new president and vice president for the country's Supreme Federal Court . This comes after the parliament approved last Thursday, the amendment of the Federal Court Law, which requires the selection of a new president and members for the court, whose first new task is to be the approval of the results of the parliamentary elections scheduled to take place on the tenth of next October .

According to a brief statement issued by the Supreme Judicial Council, the President of the Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, the President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, the Chief Public Prosecutor, Salem Muhammad Noori, and the Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority Jassem Muhammad Abboud, held a meeting on Wednesday that resulted in the selection of the President and Vice President and a number Members of the Federal Supreme Court. ”According to the statement, which did not mention the names of the president or members of the court who were chosen, the new composition of the court will be sent to the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, to issue a republican decree appointing them to their positions.
In a separate statement, the official website of the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq indicated that the President and members of the Federal Supreme Court were honored on the occasion of their imminent retirement, in another confirmation that Judge Medhat Al-Mahmoud, who has held the position since 2005, had chosen a replacement, after years of controversy. Because of his performance.

 

Since 2005, Medhat Al-Mahmoud (85 years) has settled in the position of President of the Federal Court, which was approved under the American occupation authority and the presidency of Iyad Allawi of the interim Iraqi government at the time. Al-Mahmoud was appointed after the occupation of Iraq in 2003 , about 3 months ago, to the position of President of the Court of Cassation, and then head of the Supreme Judicial Council. However, with the temporary occupation authority continuing to issue its orders during the interim and transitional phases, the Federal Supreme Court law was enacted, with its head being the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, which made Al Mahmoud automatically assume the position in 2005.

Al-Mahmoud faced direct and indirect accusations of political bias for one party over the other

During more than 15 years of Al-Mahmoud's presence in the position of President of the Federal Court, major political problems and crises occurred, in which Al-Mahmoud faced direct and indirect accusations of political bias for one party over the other, especially in favor of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, by issuing arrest warrants against political opponents Or disable various files and corruption issues through his powers. However, the most prominent crises left by Al-Mahmoud was in 2010, after his decision to provide a new interpretation of the constitutional text related to the major bloc in Parliament that is entitled to form a government. The victory of Iyad Allawi's list in the elections led Al-Mahmoud to present a constitutional interpretation saying that the bloc that is entitled to form the government is the largest bloc that succeeds in gathering the largest number of seats in the first session of the parliament, and not the one that wins the largest number of votes in the elections.

This interpretation, which was later known as the heresy of Medhat Al-Mahmoud, also caused a major political crisis between the two blocs of "Al-Fateh", led by Hadi Al-Amiri, and "Sairoun", led by Muqtada Al-Sadr, in the last 2018 elections. In the end, however, the views converged, mediated by Iran, and the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, which later resigned due to the outbreak of the protests in October 2019, was born.

 

 

According to the new law of the Federal Supreme Court in the country, which is empowered by the constitution to settle legal disputes between the three presidencies, overturn laws and legislations that are in conflict with the constitution, cancel decisions that are inconsistent with the constitution as well, and ratify the election results, a new president and members of the Federal Court were chosen. According to a member of the Parliament's Legal Committee, "the political influence will be present in the distribution of the positions of members of the court among the political parties and blocs."

In the context, the independent representative in the Iraqi parliament, Bassem Khashan, considered the judiciary in Iraq as “a conciliation judiciary, as it often interferes in order to develop compromises that satisfy the political parties and the conflict in the government, specifically with regard to the problems between Baghdad and Erbil, in addition to constitutional interpretations. Such as the concept of a major bloc. " He added, "The Federal Court suffered greatly in the past from political influence, and this matter caused problems for it with the Supreme Judicial Council, which affected the work of the state. This was recognized by many politicians, including Hadi al-Ameri, who once confirmed that political blocs put pressure on the judiciary." ", In order to pass some judicial decisions related to the interests of the parties. But of course, Medhat al-Mahmoud is considered one of the prominent Iraqi judges, and he has an important place in the history of the Iraqi judiciary."

Wael Al-Hazem: Medhat Al-Mahmoud was working to delay some cases and decide on them

For his part, Iraqi politician Wael Al-Hazem said, in an interview with Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, that "Medhat Al-Mahmoud was working to delay and decide on some cases, in order to solve them politically rather than judicially. Therefore, this matter explains the mechanism of his work during the past years," Since he did not accept that the political forces clashed with each other, and he always waited for political solutions in order to reach judicial solutions, and this matter was clear in the positions of the Federal Court regarding the concept of the major bloc.

In turn, the prominent legal expert in Iraq, Tariq Harb, said in an interview with Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, that "the recent amendment to the Federal Court Law through the Iraqi Parliament gives four judicial bodies the power to determine the names of the president of the Federal Court and the eight members; namely, the court. The federation itself, the Supreme Judicial Council, Public Prosecution and Judicial Supervision, and all of these bodies settle in one building, which is the Judicial Council building. "

Harb explained that "the political blocs and Iraqi parties have witnessed during the past period differences among themselves regarding the amendment of the Federal Court Law, as it is keen to have a foothold in the court, especially as it knows the deteriorating political situation and that its presence has become threatened due to its failure to reform conditions in Iraq." ".

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A new formation of the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq

Doubts that the selection of judges sponsored political powers and alliances
Thursday - 12 Shaaban 1442 AH - March 25, 2021 AD Issue No. [15458]
 
 
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The new formation of the Federal Supreme Court was sent to President Barham Salih to issue a presidential decree appointing the new judges (AFP)

Yesterday, the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq announced the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court, provided that the nominated names are sent to the President of the Republic to issue a Republican decree appointing them to the membership of the court. Judicial sources believe that political forces and alliances were taken into consideration in nominating new judges for the court.
The Media Office of the Supreme Judicial Council said, in a statement, that “the judges whose positions are stipulated” in the Law of the First Amendment to Order No. 30 of 2005 (the Federal Supreme Court Law) “held a meeting this morning (yesterday) that included the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan. The President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, Chief Public Prosecutor Salem Muhammad Noori, and Judicial Supervisory Authority Chairman Jassim Muhammad Aboud.
The statement added that “the president, the vice president and a number of members of the Federal Supreme Court were chosen in origin and reserve,” indicating that “the new formation of the court will be sent to the President of the Republic to issue a republican decree appointing them to their posts, and subsequent deliberations will be held during the coming days to select the rest of the members.”
In a subsequent statement, the council announced the names of the judges who had been chosen to occupy the presidency and membership of the court, as the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, was chosen for the position of presiding over the court, and Abboud was the head of an appeals court in Diyala governorate before he rose to the position of presiding over the Judicial Appeals Board in Baghdad. And it is reported in some judicial circles that he is one of the figures supported by the head of the "Al-Fateh" (Popular Mobilization) coalition, Hadi Al-Ameri. Therefore, his promotion to the position of presidency of the Federal Court may have passed through the approval of Al-Amiri and his alliance. It is also reported within the judicial circles that the head of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, who was chosen to occupy the position of Vice President of the Court, is close to the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi and has his support.
The head of the Wasit Governorate Court of Appeals, Ghalib Amer, the head of the Najaf Governorate Appeals Court, Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Haydar Ali Nuri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the Appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad governorate were chosen as the original members of the court, which is supposed to consist of 9 judges, including the president and his deputy.
Also selected as reserve members of the Federal Court are the President of Al-Karkh Court of Appeal Khaled Taha, the President of the Basra Provincial Court of Appeals, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim. It is expected that Kurdish judges will be chosen from among the composition of the original court.
The Federal Court is among the most important and dangerous pillars of the Iraqi judiciary, if it takes into account the exclusive judicial and constitutional competencies it exercises, among which is "ruling in cases between the Iraqi Transitional Government and the regional governments, provincial administrations, municipalities and local administrations." As well as ratifying the results of the general parliamentary elections and examining the charges against the President of the Republic. The court headed by former judge Medhat al-Mahmoud, who was referred to retirement after Parliament approved the first amendment to its law last week, played a serious role in explaining the concept of the "largest bloc" qualified to form a government in the 2014 elections, and that interpretation transferred the right to form a government from the parliamentary bloc. The largest, and at that time, the "Iraqiya" list led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and the winner of 91 parliamentary seats, for the losing list, the "State of Law" coalition led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, with 89 seats. Judge Al-Mahmoud's decision invoked that the concept of the largest bloc means the "problem within parliament, not the one that wins the largest number of seats in parliament," a constitutional interpretation that critics deemed "arbitrary." At the time, the court faced widespread criticism and accusations of colluding with the Shiite political forces to issue judgments according to their desire. Judge Al-Mahmoud's decision invoked that the concept of the largest bloc means the "problem within parliament, not the one that wins the largest number of seats in parliament," a constitutional interpretation that critics deemed "arbitrary." At the time, the court faced widespread criticism and accusations of colluding with the Shiite political forces to issue judgments according to their desire. Judge Al-Mahmoud's decision invoked that the concept of the largest bloc means the "problem within parliament, not the one that wins the largest number of seats in parliament," a constitutional interpretation that critics deemed "arbitrary." At the time, the court faced widespread criticism and accusations of colluding with the Shiite political forces to issue judgments according to their desire.
And the explanation provided by the Federal Court regarding the largest bloc is still one of the biggest obstacles facing the political forces after running in the elections, because it gave any political bloc the opportunity, even if it won a few parliamentary seats, to obtain the prime minister’s position if it succeeded in convincing the rest of the parliamentary blocs to join forces. with her.
As a result of this constitutional interpretation, the political forces and the judiciary were unable to determine the largest bloc in the last general elections that took place in May 2018, in which Muqtada al-Sadr's "Sairoun" coalition won the largest number of seats (54 seats), which ultimately forced him to participate. Al-Fateh Al-Mashhadi Alliance (47 seats) was compelled to form the government.

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The legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, confirmed, on Thursday, the possibility of reconsidering some of the previous constitutional interpretations by the new Federal Court, according to the developments taking place.

Al-Tamimi said to / the information / that "the new Federal Court has great tasks, laws and thorny and complex files that require interpretation as soon as it is approved and its duties begin."

He added, "Some of those tasks are constitutional interpretations and old appeals that were submitted to the previous court that could not be considered due to the lack of a quorum."

Al-Tamimi explained that "the new Federal Court can review the interpretations provided by the former Federal Court in accordance with the economic and social developments on the Iraqi arena," noting that "the review is based on interpretation and not radical change."

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The judiciary chooses the new composition of the Federal Court

 
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Yesterday, Wednesday, the Supreme Judicial Council chose the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court, indicating that the list of names that includes this formation will be sent to the President of the Republic to issue a republican decree appointing them.
A statement issued by the council said: “The judges whose positions are stipulated in Article 3 / Second of the Law of the First Amendment to Order No. 30 of 2005 (Federal Supreme Court Law) held a meeting yesterday morning, Wednesday, 3/24/2021, which included each of the President of the Council. The Supreme Judiciary, Faiq Zaidan, President of the Federal Supreme Court Medhat Al-Mahmoud, Chief Public Prosecutor Salem Muhammad Noori, and Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority Jassem Muhammad Aboud.
The statement added that “the president, the vice president and a number of members of the Federal Supreme Court were chosen, origin and reserve,” and indicated that “the new composition of the court will be sent to the President of the Republic to issue the Republican Decree appointing them to their positions, and subsequent deliberations will be held during the coming days to select the rest of the members. ». In a subsequent statement, the Media Center of the Supreme Judicial Council announced the names of the judges charged with choosing the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court. The statement stated, “The new formation of the Federal Supreme Court included the selection of the head of the Judicial Supervisory Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, to the position of President of the Court, the President of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of Vice President of the Court, the President of the Wasit Court of Appeal, Ghaleb Amer, the President of the Najaf Court of Appeal, Haider Jaber, and a member of the Court. Discrimination Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Haider Ali Nuri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad, are original members of the court. ”
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Shafaq News / The Ministry of Justice issued new directives to organize work in the implementation departments in Baghdad and the governorates.

The Director General of the Execution Department, Bashar Ahmed Muhammad, said in a statement today, Friday, that in order to simplify the procedures for the auditors, and to cut off the road to any case of extortion or tampering with the files, the department issued a circular to all its directorates, not to hand over the executive documents to the hands of the auditors (the creditor and debtor) or Lawyers for any reason.

The Director General added that the uncle included the placement of employees from the directorates to receive the files from the Preservation Division (the store) and hand them over to the competent employee and then return them to the Preservation Division.

He indicated that the administrative justice executor is left with the authority to appoint employees and set a mechanism for delivery and receipt of the executive documents, and this will be a future work context.

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The Judiciary: a third meeting to select the remaining members of the Federal Court
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The judges charged with selecting the president, deputy head and members of the Federal Supreme Court held, today, Sunday, the third meeting for deliberation regarding the selection of the remaining members of the court and scrutinizing the conditions stipulated by the law.

Earlier, the Media Center of the Supreme Judicial Council reported that the selection of the judges responsible for choosing the new composition of the Federal Supreme Court included the selection of the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority, Jasim Muhammad Abboud, for the position of President of the Court and the President of the Anbar Criminal Court, Samir Abbas, for the position of Vice President of the Court and the President of the Wasit Court of Appeals, Ghaleb Amer, and the President of the Court of Appeal. Najaf, Haider Jaber, a member of the Court of Cassation, Ayoub Abbas, the Judicial Supervisor, Haider Ali Nuri, and a member of the Cassation Commission in the appeal of Salah al-Din Khalaf Ahmad are genuine members of the court.
And choosing the head of the Al-Karkh Court of Appeals, Khaled Taha, the head of the Basra Court of Appeal, Adel Abdul-Razzaq, and a member of the Court of Cassation, Munther Ibrahim, as reserve members of the court.

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The judiciary is examining the selection of members of the Federal Court

 
 Baghdad: Morning 
 
Yesterday, Sunday, the Supreme Judicial Council discussed, during its third meeting, the selection of the remaining members of the Federal Court 
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A statement by the council stated, "The judges assigned to select the president, deputy head and members of the Federal Supreme Court held the third meeting for deliberation regarding the selection of the remaining members of the court and scrutinizing the conditions required by law."
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The judiciary announces the completion of the formation of the Federal Supreme Court

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The judges declared their positions in the law amending order No. (30) of 2005 (the Federal Supreme Court Law) both the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, the President of the Federal Supreme Court, the Chief Public Prosecutor and the Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority the completion of the formation of the Federal Supreme Court and the lifting of names to the President The Republic to issue a republican decree appointing them according to the following formation received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): -
01 Judge Jassim Muhammad Aboud - Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority as President of the Court.
02 Judge Samir Abbas - President of the Anbar Criminal Court as Vice President of the Court.
03 Judge Ghalib Amer - President of the Wasit Court of Appeal as an original member of the court.
04 Judge Haydar Jaber - President of the Najaf Appeals Court as an original member of the court.
05 Judge Dr. Haider Ali Nuri - Judicial supervisor as an original member of the court.
06 Judge Khalaf Ahmad Rajab - Head of the Discriminatory Committee at the Presidency of the Salah El-Din Court of Appeal, as an original member of the court
07 Judge Ayoub Abbas Al Waraqa - Delegated member of the Court of Cassation with the position of an original member of the court.
08 Judge Dr. Abdel-Rahman Suleiman - President of the Duhok Criminal Court with the position of an original member of the court.
09 Judge Jassim Jazaa - President of the Sulaimaniyah Appeals Court as a full-fledged member of the court.
10 0 Judge Adel Abdul Razzaq - President of the Basra Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court.
11 0 Judge Khaled Taha, head of the Al-Karkh Appeals Court, as a reserve member in the court.
012 Judge Munther Ibrahim - Delegate member of the Court of Cassation with the position of a reserve member in the court.
013 Judge Taher Suleiman - President of the Duhok Juvenile Court, as a reserve member of the court.

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The formation of the Federal Supreme Court is complete

 
  Baghdad: Morning
 
Yesterday, Monday, the Supreme Judicial Council announced the completion of the formation of the Federal Supreme Court.
The council stated in a statement that “the judges whose positions are stipulated in the Law Amending Order No. 30 of 2005 (the Federal Supreme Court Law) are all of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, the President of the Supreme Federal Court, the Chief Public Prosecutor, and the Head of the Judicial Oversight Authority. They announced the completion of the formation of the Federal Court. Supreme Council and the names of the President of the Republic to issue a presidential decree appointing them ». The names came, according to the following formation: Judge Jassim Muhammad Abboud - Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority as Chief of the Court, Judge Samir Abbas - President of the Anbar Criminal Court with the position of Vice President of the Court, Judge Ghalib Amer - President of Wasit Court of Appeal as an original member of the Court, Judge Haider Jaber - President The Najaf Appeals Court with the position of an original member of the court, Judge Dr. Haider Ali Nuri - the Judicial Supervisor with the position of an original member of the Court, and Judge Khalaf Ahmad Rajab - Chairman of the Appeals Authority in the Presidency of Salah al-Din Court of Appeal with the position of an original member of the court.
The names also included “Judge Ayoub Abbas Al Waraqa - Managing Director of the Court of Cassation with the position of an original member of the Court, Judge Dr. Abdul Rahman Suleiman - President of the Criminal Court of Dohuk with the position of an original member of the Court, Judge Jassim Jazaa - President of the Sulaymaniyah Court of Appeal with the position of an original member In the court, Judge Adel Abdul Razzaq - President of the Basra Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court, Judge Khaled Taha, President of the Al-Karkh Court of Appeal as a reserve member of the court, Judge Munther Ibrahim - Managing Director of the Court of Cassation with the position of a reserve member in the court, Judge Taher Suleiman - President of the Duhok Juvenile Court as a reserve member
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Baghdad / National News Center

Today, Monday, the Supreme Judicial Council disclosed the names of the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court.

The Judicial Media said in a statement received by the National News Center that “the judges whose positions are stipulated in the Law Amending Order No. 30 of 2005 (the Federal Supreme Court Law) are both the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, the President of the Federal Supreme Court, the Chief Public Prosecutor, and the Head of the Supervisory Authority. The Judiciary announced the completion of the formation of the Federal Supreme Court and the names of the President of the Republic to issue a republican decree appointing them.

He added that “according to the following formation:
1. Judge Jassim Muhammad Abboud - Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority as President of the Court
2. Judge Samir Abbas - President of the Anbar Criminal Court as Vice President of the Court
3. Judge Ghalib Amer - President of Wasit Court of Appeal with the position of an original member of the court
4. Judge Haider Jaber - President of the Najaf Appeals Court with the position of an original member of the court
5. Judge Dr. Haider Ali Nuri - Judicial Supervisor with the position of an original member of the Court
6. Judge Khalaf Ahmad Rajab - President of the Appeals Authority in the Presidency of Salah al-Din Court of Appeal with the position of an original member in Court
7. Judge Ayoub Abbas Al Waraqa - Managing Director of the Court of Cassation with the position of an original member of the Court
8. Judge Dr. Abdel-Rahman Suleiman - President of the Duhok Criminal Court with the position of an original member of the court
9. Judge Jassim Jazaa - President of the Sulaimaniyah Appeals Court with the position of a principal member of the court
10. Judge Adel Abdul Razzaq - President of the Basra Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court
11. Judge Khaled Taha, President of the Al-Karkh Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court
12. Judge Munther Ibrahim - Delegated member of the Court of Cassation with the position of a reserve member in the Court
13. Judge Taher Suleiman - President of the Duhok Juvenile Court with the position of a reserve member in the court.

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Baghdad / National News Center

Today, Monday, the Supreme Judicial Council disclosed the names of the new formation of the Federal Supreme Court.

The Judicial Media said in a statement received by the National News Center that “the judges whose positions are stipulated in the Law Amending Order No. 30 of 2005 (the Federal Supreme Court Law) are both the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, the President of the Federal Supreme Court, the Chief Public Prosecutor, and the Head of the Supervisory Authority. The Judiciary announced the completion of the formation of the Federal Supreme Court and the names of the President of the Republic to issue a republican decree appointing them.

He added that “according to the following formation:
1. Judge Jassim Muhammad Abboud - Head of the Judicial Supervision Authority as President of the Court
2. Judge Samir Abbas - President of the Anbar Criminal Court as Vice President of the Court
3. Judge Ghalib Amer - President of Wasit Court of Appeal with the position of an original member of the court
4. Judge Haider Jaber - President of the Najaf Appeals Court with the position of an original member of the court
5. Judge Dr. Haider Ali Nuri - Judicial Supervisor with the position of an original member of the Court
6. Judge Khalaf Ahmad Rajab - President of the Appeals Authority in the Presidency of Salah al-Din Court of Appeal with the position of an original member in Court
7. Judge Ayoub Abbas Al Waraqa - Managing Director of the Court of Cassation with the position of an original member of the Court
8. Judge Dr. Abdel-Rahman Suleiman - President of the Duhok Criminal Court with the position of an original member of the court
9. Judge Jassim Jazaa - President of the Sulaimaniyah Appeals Court with the position of a principal member of the court
10. Judge Adel Abdul Razzaq - President of the Basra Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court
11. Judge Khaled Taha, President of the Al-Karkh Appeals Court as a reserve member of the court
12. Judge Munther Ibrahim - Delegated member of the Court of Cassation with the position of a reserve member in the Court
13. Judge Taher Suleiman - President of the Duhok Juvenile Court with the position of a reserve member in the court.

They knocked this out of the park. 

Here we go!!
Thanks Yota.

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The information / Baghdad ..
A member of the House of Representatives on the Future Bloc, Sarkut Shams al-Din, revealed, on Thursday, the nomination of one of the separatist party judges to the Federal Court.
Shams al-Din said in a statement that "the information" received, a copy of it, that "one of the judges from Dohuk Governorate is known to be a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, in addition to his purely separatist tactics being nominated to be a member of the Federal Court."
Shams al-Din added, "This nomination came with a partisan deal, as is the case with other deals that brought Iraq to where it is now." End / 25

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Zidane: The judiciary is one of the pillars of the state

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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faik Zaidan, blessed the new graduates of the Judicial Institute during a ceremony held by the Institute at its headquarters today, Saturday, for the graduation of the 41st session, which includes twenty judges.
 Zidan said during his speech, according to a statement by the Supreme Judicial Council, "The judiciary is one of the pillars of the state and an important part of the foundations of society in which souls, rights and freedoms are protected, and by achieving justice among the members of society, stability is achieved, states are built and last."
 He added that “justice is based on the spirit and texts of Islamic legislation,” stressing that “the exhortation to justice is mentioned in many Qur’anic verses, such as the Almighty saying (that God commands us with justice) and (if you judge among people that you judge with justice), so God commands us to be just. In our judgments, even if that justice comes against ourselves, parents and relatives, and we are harmed by that, "referring to" the Supreme Judicial Council's keenness to draw inspiration from Imam Ali's approach in choosing the most suitable from among the applicants to work in the judiciary. "
While recommending the new judges to "seek knowledge, perseverance, diligence, and benefit from previous judicial generations," he stressed "dealing positively with the attorneys and jurists, for they are the best aid in the pursuit of justice."
 The head of the Supreme Judicial Council concluded:

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