Legal representative: political blocs failed to agree on the legislation of the Federal Court Act during the current chapter
BAGHDAD - and babysit - Legal Committee of the Parliamentary confirmed, that the political blocs have not yet agreed to pass the Federal Court Act in the current legislative term.
A member of the Committee, MP Hassan Turan "There are no real negotiations to pass the Federal Court Act in the coming sessions, and did not hold new talks to resolve the outstanding points of contention between the blocs and parliamentary committees."
He added that "the Kurdistan Alliance bloc is still insisting on the adoption of a consensus in the decisions of the Court, as well as a consensus president and vice president to pass resolutions relating to the center and the region."
And between Turan, that "other political blocs still insists on not possible to achieve consensus within the Federal Court, otherwise there is no justification for its existence already."
He pointed out that "objecting to the demands of the Kurdistan Alliance blocs see the possibility of resorting to the application of the principle of majority or an absolute majority substitute for consensus in the Federal Court decisions."
The member of the parliamentary legal, the Presidency of the Parliament to "resume the stalled discussions between the political blocs on the possibility of passing the Federal Court Act."
He believed that "the judicial system reform requires political blocs to speed up the enactment of the Federal Court Act which is the concerned authority to interpret the Constitution and laws of appeal," while predicted that "if the Federal Court stays the way it is in the absence of a law regulating their work."
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