Postponement of the appeal case against some articles of the budget and its experts are sworn in


Date of release: 2017/8/3 14:16 


The Federal Supreme Court charged five experts to write a report containing the technical aspects of the appeal against some articles of the General Budget Law for the current year, and decided to postpone the appeal against the Protocol No. 4 of 2016 to 28 of this month.

A statement issued by the Information Office of the Federal Supreme Court received the agency {Euphrates News} copy of it today that “the court held its session today and considered a number of cases.” 

The statement added that “the court commissioned experts to appeal against some articles of the budget and commissioned them to the legal right.” 

He pointed out that “the experts requested a deadline of 14 days for the purpose of preparing their report,” explaining that “the meeting was postponed to 21 of this month in the hope of submitting the report before that date.” 

He added that “the court decided to postpone the appeal against the protocol system [4] for the year 2016 to 28 of this month after the introduction of the Minister of Foreign Affairs in addition to his role as a third party in the case.” 

The statement added that “the court also decided to postpone the case of the former deputy, Mr. Mohamed al-Tai, who requested the decision to cancel the decision of the House of Representatives adopted at its {37} on 25/5/2017 and return to the membership of the House of Representatives, to 28 of this month, The period in which the plaintiff was absent from the hearings and whether they were on official leave or without a legitimate excuse. ”

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