The Federal Supreme Court of Iraq refuses to dissolve the House of Representatives – today 24

Yesterday, Wednesday, the Federal Supreme Court of Iraq rejected the claim to dissolve the House of Representatives, emphasizing that the members of the latter, after being elected, do not represent themselves or their political blocs, but rather the people.

The court added that: The stability of the political process in Iraq requires that everyone abide by the provisions of the constitution and not exceed them, and no authority can continue to exceed constitutional terms indefinitely, because this is a violation of the constitution and the demolition of the entire political process and a threat to the security of the country and its citizens.

The number of applicants for the dissolution of Parliament reached 1,036, claiming from the Sadrist movement and other independent movements and personalities.

It is noteworthy that Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq, announced his withdrawal from political action this summer, which led his followers to storm the Green Zone, and the situation led to violence, shootings and armed chaos, which caused dozens of deaths and hundreds of injuries.

Concern on the Iraqi street is compounded by the continuation of the country’s longest political crisis since the ouster of former President Saddam Hussein by the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.