Jubouri: Budget has become a law and the objectors can challenge the Federal Court

2018/3/14 18:32


Speaker of the Parliament Salim al-Jubouri that the draft budget law became a law after the vote by the Council and any remarks can be confirmed on the origin of the law and challenged in the Federal Court.
Al-Jubouri said in a press statement received by the agency All Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the formula of rejection in a way[veto] is not present in the Iraqi constitution and can not be adopted as a way to reject."
He explained that "the House of Representatives is not interested in introducing the draft budget law again or to make any vote on any paragraph, what was voted on must be taken into account through the continuation of the normal procedures of publishing."
Jabouri said "consideration should be given to the observations made but they have no effect on the origin of the law as a law that was voted on."
Al-Jubouri stressed that "the budget is still after the vote in the House of Representatives and take the natural contexts of publication and the time limits set by the Constitution," stressing that "the budget will not be presented again to the House of Representatives and there will be no paragraph in the review of the vote at all."
He pointed out that "the normal situation after the vote of the House of Representatives on the budget be in view of the nature of the observations that were submitted and then re-sent back to the presidency to take the time period for the purpose of publication."
The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, on Tuesday, the draft federal budget bill for the fiscal year 2018 and voted by the House of Representatives on 3/3/2018, to the Council to re-examine the form and content of the constitutional, legal and financial.