Tariq Harb: The resignation of the Minister of Health is in force and no one can reject it

16/9/2019 13:13:00

The legal expert, Tariq Harb emphasized that the resignation of the Minister of Health is in force and there is no constitutional or legal authority of the Prime Minister or the Council of Ministers and the deputies to refuse to resign.


The legal expert, Tariq Harb, told PUKmedia: The constitution and the Iraqi legal system, including the Council of Ministers' Order No. 2 of 2019, the Law of the Council of Representatives and its by-laws have not been granted the power to reject the resignation of the minister.


He added: This is confirmed by the Civil Service Law for employees, which is free from the power to refuse to resign or not to accept resignation and the questioning shall be for the Minister in the service.



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