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Iraq's Supreme Court rules Yazidi, Shabak, and Fayli Kurds parliamentary representation "unconstitutional"

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2022-02-22T13:13:45+0000
Iraq's Supreme Court rules Yazidi, Shabak, and Fayli Kurds parliamentary representation "unconstitutional"

Shafaq News/ Iraq's Supreme Federal Court on Tuesday declared the representation of the Yazidi, Shabak, and Fayli Kurds minorities in the Iraqi parliament "unconstitutional", ruling for an equal representation to the Sabaeans and Christians.

The court said in a statement today that its ruling aims to "activate the national role, achieve equality, and maintain the unity of the national components."

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