The Faculty of Law held a panel discussion entitled “The Theory of the Dual Power System,” by Assistant Professor Dr. Muhammad Taha Al-Husseini, on the tenth of November 2019, in Hall (14) at the Islamic University of Najaf building.
It covered 3 main topics:
First, a brief introduction introduces the discussion panel and explains why parliament is necessary in all countries, as the justification for its existence is being lost.
Second, this theory proposes that the executive and judicial branches act as a single public body, distributing state functions among them.
Third, Parliament’s two functions are divided among the two remaining authorities following its dissolution, granting the executive authority the legislative function and the Federal Supreme Court (Constitutional Court) automatic oversight of law constitutionality and administrative judicial power distribution. (HTH)