Legal: They are facing many challenges to the results of the elections


 

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The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, Friday, that the coming days will witness many appeals of the results of the elections immediately after the announcement, indicating that the Federal Court will expedite the issue of appeals in order to speed up the formation of the government.

“The Federal Court will receive the appeals of the results of the elections within 10 days of the announcement of the Commission to them, where the tripartite judiciary will decide after this period,” Tamimi said in a statement.

He added that “the Council of the Commission will raise the matter to the Federal Court under Article 93 of the Constitution in order to ratify the final results of the elections and the membership of deputies.”

He pointed out that “the constitution did not specify the duration of the formation of the government, but the process of forming a new ministerial cab will take three months, because of appeals in the election results, and the mechanism that will form the government.”

He explained that “the coming days will witness many challenges to the results of the elections before the Federal Court, and will take a considerable time, but the court will expedite the matter for the formation of the government.”

He stressed that “after the expiration of the duty of the Council of the Commission will end the functions of judges assigned, and the government should form a new commission to manage the electoral process for local elections.” End 25 n

http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/08/03/331608/

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