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Parliamentary Finance: Iraq is unable to pay Iran’s debts

05/16/2022 Economy News – Baghdad

A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Nazem al-Shibli, announced that Iraq is unable to pay Iran’s debts at the beginning of next month due to the failure to pass the Food Security Law.

Al-Shibli said that the Ministry of Electricity has concluded a contract to pay the Iranian debt for the purchase of gas and electricity, which stipulates that Iraq will be paid on the first of next June.

He added that the emergency support law included an amount to pay off the Iranian debt, but after the Federal Court’s decision it may cause a big problem.  LINK

After his membership in Parliament was revoked, Mishaan al-Jubouri faces 15 years in prison



The expert in legal affairs, Ali Al-Tamimi, said today, Monday, that the decision of the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq to drop the membership of Mishaan Al-Jubouri from Parliament will have other judicial repercussions.

Al-Tamimi told Shafaq News Agency, “The decisions of the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq are final and binding on all authorities. Thus, Mishaan al-Jubouri is currently an ordinary citizen and does not have any parliamentary immunity.”

 And he indicated that, “After this decision, the Federal Court will refer the case’s papers to the investigation court, for the forgery article is considered a criminal act and the penalty for it is up to 15 years in prison, and it is possible to implement an arrest warrant against Mishaan al-Jubouri if it is issued, he is currently a citizen and not a deputy.”

The expert in legal affairs added that “regarding the money received by Mishaan al-Jubouri during his work as a deputy in the Iraqi parliament, there is a decision of the State Shura Council that even if the certificate was forged and the person received salaries, these salaries and benefits are considered valid because they were in exchange for work, this is the direction of the State Shura Council.

However, the final decision remains for the investigative court after referring the forgery papers to it. LINK

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