The powers of the Executive House of Representatives with international influence in the light of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for 2005
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2017, Volume 6, Issue 22 part 1, Pages 117-169
AbstractWhen you look at the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005, we find that representitives Iraq Council has several operational mandates beyond what distinguishes the parliamentary system in the traditional image in spite of adopting a parliamentary system, under Article (1), which stipulates that (the Republic of Iraq is a single federal, independent, with full sovereignty, the system of government is republican, representative (parliamentary), democratic, and this is the guarantor of the unity of Iraq), the Constitution, How over that does not mean the adoption of the constitutional legislator on the foundations and the general rules of the parliamentary system in the regulation of terms of reference of the legislative and executive branches, it has created a kind combination of political systems based on the separation of powers, and the executive competencies terms of reference of an international impact relating to the authority to declare war and ratify international treaties and appointing ambassadors, as well as supervision and directing Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the formation of committees specialized in organizing international relations, in spite of the text of the Iraqi constitution of 2005 on the terms of reference of impact international House of Representatives in a clear and involvement of others with the House of Representatives in the exercise such as the Council of Ministers and the President of the Republic, but it was free of the laws of these jurisdictions are detailed, which may have lead to the overlap between those authorities in the exercise of these terms of reference and non-disclosure of the mechanism of the application of these terms of reference clearly.
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