FRIDAY, 13 DECEMBER / 2 JANUARY 2012 11:06
Twilight News / suggested the parliamentary legal committee, on Friday, to discuss the political blocs bill the Federal Court in the year, the National Congress called by President Jalal Talabani, emphasizing the continuity of the dispute between the blocks on the number of its articles.
A member of the Legal Committee Hassoun Fatlawi in an interview with "Twilight News" that "the political blocs may discuss draft law on the Federal Court in the year, the National Conference if convened, the fact that this law part of the outstanding issues, which witnessed a dispute between the parties."
Fatlawi added that "the dispute is still ongoing between the National Alliance and the Iraqi List coalition and Kurdish blocs on some of its articles of which determine the number of judges of the Federal Court."
The Presidency of the Republic had made last winter bill to the Supreme Court of the Federal House of Representatives to approve legislation based on the provisions of Article (61 / I) of the Constitution.
And Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, last April, the House of Representatives to slow down in the legislation of five laws, including the Federal Court Act, except that the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi refused al-Maliki, saying parliament sought to legislate these laws as soon as possible to keep the judiciary from political influences and the fight against corruption .
The Speaker announced Osama Najafi, at the end of last year, the arrival of a draft law to the Federal Court House for a vote, calling on the blocks to approval.
The Court, according to a draft law intended to vote, among its functions it is competent to decide the charges against the President and the Prime Minister, and in the chapter on conflict of jurisdiction between the federal judiciary and judicial bodies of the regions and governorates not organized into a Region, and also in the conflict of jurisdiction between the judicial bodies of the regions and governorates not organized into a Region.
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