The Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law is an excellent and overpriced resource published by Kluwer for the Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law at the University of London. Dating back to the early 1990s and now in its 13th volume, YIMEL contains an annual update of legal developments in each […]Read More»
In his Islamic Law in Our Times blog, subtitled “A Realistic Assessment of Islamic Law in Today’s World” – Professor Haidar Hamoudi, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh and GJPI’s Constitutional and Legislative advisor, has been blogging on this subject since November 2007. His excellent, thought provoking entries are essential reading […]Read More»
نێردهی نهتهوه یهكگرتووهكان بۆ هاوكاریكردنی عیراق
بعثـة الأمم المتحـدة لمســاعدة العـــراق – يونـامـي
UNAMI operates under UN Security Council Resolutions 1830, 1770, 1700, 1619, 1557, 1546 and 1500 with a mandate to advise, support and assist the Goverment and people of Iraq in a variety of ways including the development of processes for […]Read More»
The Council of Representatives (Iraqi Parliament) is at present the only legislative body. The constitution also provides for the establishment of a Federation Council but this has not yet been put into place.
The Council of Representatives مجلس النواب العراقي website contains information in Arabic and in English on the matters proceeding through […]Read More»
The Official Gazette of Iraq الوقائع العراقية (Alwaqai Aliraqiya) has been published since August 1922 as a means of introducing legal measures into force via publication.
The Law on Publication in the Official Gazette No. 78 of 1977 states in Article 1(Second) “Everything published in the Official Gazette is considered as the credible official text […]Read More»
The Iraqi Judicial Authority السلطة القضائية العراقية website contains links to and information about the Federal Supreme Court and the Higher Judicial Council. The excellent site contains the Federal Supreme Court’s opinions on constitutional interpretation under Article 93(2) of the Constitution and other matters; their Read More»