The Federal Supreme Court tried a case against the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister and the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers. It decided to reject it because it is not competent to try in the administrative decisions.
The court's spokesman, Ayas AL-Samok, said " the court had been convened. It headed by the judge Madhat Al-Mahmood and the presence of all the member judges. The Federal Supreme Court tried a case challenged the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister and the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers- being in their capacities-."
He added," the plaintiff requested to stop and annul the implementation of the decision No.(445, 2015) which relates to allowing the ministries, bodies incorporated into a ministry and governorates to directly contract as an exception from the instructions of the federal budget implementation for the fiscal year 2019."
Ayass explained that " the court had been convened with the presence of the case parties' agents. It found that the decision- under challenge- is an administrative decision issued by the executive power."
The spokesman said that " the FSC emphasized that it is not competent to try challenges against the administrative decision and the law formulated a method to challenge it other than before the Federal Supreme Court which the article (94) from the Constitution determined its competences."