The Federal Supreme Court confirmed that the judge can't be sued, and it drew attention to that his judgments subject to the methods of challenging according to the law.
Ayas AL-Samouk the spokesman of the court said ''The federal supreme Court convened its session headed by the judge Midhat AL-Mahmood and in the presence of all the judges, who are members on the court, and the court tried a case in which the plaintiffs litigate the judge of AL-Karkh court of the first instance''
AL-Samouk added that '' the plaintiffs confirmed that the defendant, the judge in AL-Karkh court of the first instance issued a judgment which according to it, he amended the decision of the dissolved revolutionary leadership council No.(1198) for 1977''
And he mentioned that '' the defendant requested from the court to reject the case because the decision he issued in the court of the first instance had been revoked in the court of cassation and it has no more legal existence, and the case is still under trial''
He pointed out that '' the Federal Supreme Court made clear that the case is lacking for its substantiation from the Constitution and the law because the plaintiffs stated that the challenged judgment by its unconstitutionality was revoked, and it has no more legal effect''
Al-Samouk said that '' The Federal supreme court confirmed that the judge can't be sued, but his judgments and decisions are challenged according to the law or followed against him the methods of complaining from the judges which were stipulated in the article (286-292) from the law of civil arguments No.(83) for 1969, if there were reasons for that. Based on this the court decided to reject the case because it has no substantiation from the Constitution''