The Administration’s Responsibility when it Refuses to Implement Administrative Judiciary Verdicts
Keywords:Judiciary Verdicts, Administrative Judiciary, Refuse to Execute, Administration, Law, Abuse of Power, Punishment
Usually Non-implementation of the judicial ruling issued by the administrative courts occurs when the administration refuses to implement it, the administration sometimes refuses to implement the judiciary verdicts, which means deviating from the provi-sions of the law and that considered dangerous, the administration duty and concern is implement the orders issued and decisions because it is a waste of the true value of the judiciary, and it is also considered an abuse of power. In this research, we will dis-cuss the legal solutions to the administration's refusal to implement the judiciary verdicts in Iraq.
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