The Role of the Constitutional Judiciary in Protecting the Constitution The Federal Supreme Court in Iraq is a Model "A Comparative Study between (Iraq - Egypt)"

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  • Mohammed Shahab Mohammedamin Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31918/

Abstract

The role of the constitutional judiciary is pivotal in upholding the constitution, and it serves as a vital safeguard in countries with such courts, particularly Iraq. In Iraq, the Federal Supreme Court has evolved into a cornerstone of the state's governance since 2005. It is the institution to which individuals turn when seeking protection from potential abuses by authorities, serving as a refuge for those whose constitutional rights and freedoms are under threat. Consequently, these courts heavily rely on the constitution itself to preserve these rights and freedoms. The protection of the constitutional judiciary, represented by entities like the Federal or Supreme Constitutional Court, is a fundamental constitutional matter, given the variations in laws that bestow upon it the authority to oversee the constitutionality of laws and decisions.

 

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Published

2024-04-01

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How to Cite

Mohammedamin, Mohammed Shahab , trans. 2024. “The Role of the Constitutional Judiciary in Protecting the Constitution The Federal Supreme Court in Iraq Is a Model ‘A Comparative Study Between (Iraq - Egypt)’”. Twejer Journal 6 (2): 1643-86. https://doi.org/10.31918/.