of the Federal Court shall decide on the approval of the parliament “reform package”


 

The Federal Court shall decide on the approval of the parliament "reform package"
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Twilight News / Federal Supreme Court confirmed on Tuesday that the House vote by resolution (15 to 2015) the Council of Ministers Resolution No. (307 to 2015) under the name of “reform package” does not mean a mandate to the powers, pointing out that it is like a condition of its agreement with the Constitution and laws ratified the window.

According to a statement issued by the court responded to the Twilight News, that “the Federal Supreme Court held its chaired by Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud and the presence of all its members received an appeal by the House No. (15) for the year 2015”.

The statement continued that “the prosecutor said this decision a mandate from the House of Representatives for his powers to the Cabinet, which issued a reform package by resolution (307 to 2015) and said that this is contrary to the principle of separation of powers set forth in Article 47 of the Constitution.”

He noted that “the court found that the decision of the House of Representatives came to the approval of the Council of Ministers and the decision stipulated that the force be in accordance with the Constitution and laws in force.”

The statement pointed to “the possibility of any citizen to appeal the decisions resulting from the ratification of the Federal Supreme Court or any competent court whenever it found a violation of the Constitution or laws,” noting that “the court decided to dismiss the claim because it is not based on the Constitution.”

 

 

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