the Supreme Iraqi Court: Article 140 is in force and must be implemented


Iraqi Supreme Court: Article 140 is in force and must be implemented
 Twilight News    
 53 minutes ago

The Supreme Federal Court issued a decision on constitutional article 140, noting that it is one of the important articles of the Constitution and does not die in any way.

The legal expert Khalil Mirani said in an interview with the official website of the Kurdistan Democratic Party that the Federal Supreme Court issued a few days ago its decision on the constitutional article 140, explaining that according to the court’s decision, Article 140 of the articles of the Iraqi Constitution is not in any form and must be implemented, he said.

He added that “the decision came in response to the people and the Iraqi forces, which claimed that the 140 has expired, but the Kurds insist on it, because the Iraqi authorities when the implementation of any constitutional article in favor of the Kurds do not implement.”

The legal expert pointed out that “the Kurds have been busy during the last period of building Iraq to live all Iraqi people under the state in all their components after 80 years of dictatorship and become a federal democracy,” but added that “it appeared that those who ascend the throne of power in Iraq governed by mentality Previous itself “.

He stressed that “the implementation of Article 140 until 2007, but it was not implemented, because of Baghdad,” pointing out that “the Kurds will not give up those areas of Kurdistan, which falls within the constitutional Article 140.”

He explained that “most of those areas were until last year under the authority of the Kurdistan Region,” but added that “because of some traitors, the region lost those territories.”

“The people should punish the traitors who caused this great betrayal in the loss of part of the territory of Kurdistan,” he said.

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