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Legal expert: Extension of the work of Parliament is contrary to the Constitution

The legal expert, Ali al-Tamimi, ruled out the extension of the work of the House of Representatives, whose current term expires at the end of this month for violating the constitution.

Tamimi told the {Euphrates News}, “The work of the House of Representatives ends on June 30 and the end of parliament, the government ends according to international custom and the government becomes caretaker government and lack of authority.”

“It is impossible to extend the work of the House of Representatives under Article 56 of the Constitution, which set four years for the parliamentary session, and will be extended only if the Constitution was amended.”

“The decisions of the Federal Court are binding and binding on all authorities in Article 94 of the Constitution. Consequently, the main application will focus on the parliament to hold an extraordinary session to include the decision and make it enforceable.” The 9-member Board of Commissioners also became judges according to the amendment and supported by the court. In all of Iraq to match the electronic results.”

He pointed out that “the Federal Court has confirmed that in the event of problems in the full electoral station, the results are canceled and also talked about the statistics of other stations,” explaining that “the Federal Court supported the process of manual counting and counting throughout Iraq, but it only reversed the manual counting and counting in the minority And abroad.”

Al-Tamimi suggested that “a change in the electoral equation after the process of manual counting and sorting will affect the alliances and their form as will be affected by the results and all the wonders of the birth of a coalition blew up the decision of the Federal Court.”

The Federal Court announced, on Thursday, the constitutionality of the decision of the House of Representatives in the Third Amendment to the Law of the elections of the Council of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 amended, and the response of the appeals filed.

It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives voted in its extraordinary session held on June 6, on the proposed amendment to the Third Law of the elections of the House of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 “with the aim of achieving transparency in the results of the elections and maintain the democratic system of Iraq and protect the electoral process to ensure confidence in the integrity of the elections and fairness and The lack of validity of the acceleration of electronic results and caused by the lack of real results and for the manual counting and sorting across Iraq.” Source