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Supreme Judicial Council to allow the continued work of the Iraqi presidency

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Supreme Judicial Council to allow the continued work of the Iraqi presidency

Post  Shilo on Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:04 pm

Supreme Judicial Council to allow the continued work of the Iraqi presidency
Friday, July 16th, 2010





BAGHDAD: The Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq today that the Federal Supreme Court allowed the Iraqi president continued to perform his constitutional duties until the election of new president, while acknowledging that exceeded the time limit for electing a new president is a constitutional violation.


A statement posted on the Supreme Judicial Council-mail that "the Federal Supreme Court ruled down the powers of the Presidency Council President of the Republic of Iraq under the Iraqi constitution."



Noting that the Federal Supreme Court find that the Presidency will continue the functions of president until the election of the President of the Republic in accordance with Article 72 of the Constitution in spite of what took place in violation of a constitutional provision to bypass the time limit for electing a new President of the Republic



And the statement which was dated "The Constitution did not want the text to prevent the continuation of the President in the exercise of his duties until the election of a new president added that the Constitution did not provide for a provision in the event that the election of a new President of the Republic during the period described by the amount of thirty days from the date of the first session of the parliament. "



Adding that this period is not an organizational principle for the fall election of the President of the Republic.


The Iraqi presidency has sent a letter in the 12 of July to the Federal Supreme Court for clarification on the constitutional powers of the presidency and especially the presidency after the constitutional deadline for the election of the President of the Republic.


The Iraqi constitution mandates that the being in the first session of the parliament elected its president and two deputies, and an absolute majority of the members of the House and through the election by direct secret ballot and then be elected President of the Republic within a period not exceeding one month from the date of the first meeting and assigned to the last President of the parliamentary bloc, the largest formation of the government according to Article 76 .



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