Shafaq News/ Today, Wednesday, the Federal Supreme Court rejected the appeal submitted that the resignation of the Sadrist movement’s deputies from the Iraqi parliament was invalid.
An informed source told Shafaq News Agency, “The Federal Supreme Court rejected the appeal submitted that the resignation of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies was invalid due to the lack of public interest of the plaintiffs, after it was filed by Lawyer Diaa Al-Din, God’s mercy against Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi / in addition to his job regarding accepting the resignation Deputies of the Sadrist bloc in the Iraqi parliament.
On September 4, 2022, Iraqi lawyer Zia al-Din Rahmatullah al-Budairi revealed the secrets of the lawsuit he had filed to challenge the resignation of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies, noting that Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi was unique in his decision when he signed those resignations, noting that “the public interest called him to file a legal case.” To appeal the decision of the resignation of 73 deputies from the Sadrist bloc, as the constitution was written in the name of the Iraqis and its official preamble confirms this,” considering that “any departure from the constitution is considered a transgression and a violation of the rights of Iraqis.”
A number of deputies and leaders in the Sadrist bloc denied their relationship to the lawsuit submitted to the Federal Court to appeal the acceptance of the resignation of deputies of the Sadrist bloc.
A judicial source informed Shafak News Agency; On September 4, 2022, the Federal Supreme Court received a lawsuit to challenge the acceptance of the resignations of the Sadrist bloc deputies by the Presidency of the House of Representatives (in No. 181 / Federal / 2022), and he explained that “the Federal Court set the date for the first session to consider the case on September 28 this year.
On June 13, 2022, al-Sadr instructed the Sadrist bloc’s deputies in the Iraqi parliament to hand over their resignations to the speaker of the parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, while he thanked his allies in the “Save the Homeland” coalition and informed them that they were “resolved.”
Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi signed the resignations of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies, in the presence of the parliamentary bloc’s leader, Hassan al-Adhari, and then commented, “Their resignations took place reluctantly,” referring to efforts made to dissuade al-Sadr from this step.