Sun. PM TNT News Articles 5-29-22



Iraqi politicians file a lawsuit against the three presidencies and demand the dissolution of Parliament

On Sunday, a number of Iraqi politicians filed a lawsuit against the three presidencies (the republic, ministers and parliament), demanding the Federal Supreme Court, which is the highest judicial authority in the country, to dissolve the parliament.

“Today, a patriotic group filed a lawsuit against the three presidencies and the House of Representatives, as a result of the latter’s violation of its constitutional obligations and the introduction of the country into a constitutional vacuum and waste of public money,” said Salah Al-Arbawi, the head of the Awareness Gathering.

Al-Arbawi explained that “those who filed the lawsuit are Representative Hadi al-Salami, Sheikh Sattam Abu Risha, former Minister Bengin Rikani, Chancellor Farhad Alaeddin, Nadim al-Jabri, Jamal al-Asadi, Qassem al-Abadi, lawyer Ali Kamel Rasoul, Salah al-Arbawi and Ihsan al-Shamri.”

In turn, Jamal al-Asadi said, “Today, we and a group of brothers filed a lawsuit before the Federal Court to demand the dissolution of the House of Representatives as a result of its breach of its constitutional obligations.”

He explained that “one of the requests is to oblige the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister to set a date for the House of Representatives elections for the fifth session and to issue a republican decree to that effect during 2022.  link

Source: Dinar Recaps



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