Iraqi federal court rejects complaint to dissolve Kurdistan Region entity

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SULAIMANI (ESTA) — The Iraqi federal court on Thursday rejected a complaint filed to dissolve the Kurdistan Region entity and deemed the entity ‘unconstitutional’. 

“The complaint was filed by an Iraqi MP to dissolve the Kurdistan Region entity and rejected in the Iraqi federal court” Member of the Iraqi parliament from the Kurdistan Democratic Party faction Sherwan Dubardani told KDP media outlets.

According to Dubardani’s words, the complaint that was filed in the Iraqi federal court saying the Kurdistan Region entity is ‘unconstitutional’, and its existence is against articles 5, 13, 19, 120, and 125, of the Iraqi constitution.

The plaintiff sued, Iraqi president Barham Salih, Parliamentary speaker Muhammed al-Halbosi, Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, and the Kurdistan Region president Nechirvan Barzani along with several high-ranking officials.

However, the lawsuit was rejected because the plaintiff has no any interests in the complaint, according to the court.

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