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Journal:   THE JUDICIARY’S LAW JOURNAL   fall 2018 , Volume 82 , Number 103 #l00552; Page(s) 33 To 50.

The Authority of the Chief Justice of Iran to Send Judicial Bills Directly to the Parliament

Author(s):  ZAMANI AMINALLAH, Bagheri Khoozani Mohammad Hassan*
One of the duties of the Chief Justice of Iran by virtue of the second paragraph of Article 158 of the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran is "Drafting judicial bills appropriate for the Islamic Republic". Article 47 of the Constitution has obliged the passage of the legal bills through the Cabinet to the Parliament. One of the controversial issues in this area is the possibility of judicial bills being sent directly by the head of the judiciary to Parliament. This paper، with a descriptive – analytical approach، and to illuminate the goal of the Constitution، has scrutinized the definition of the word "Bill" and with reference to the principle of the separation of powers and some ideas stated by the Guardian Council، has reviews the authority of the Chief Justice of Iran to send judicial bills directly to the parliament.
Keyword(s): Bill,Judicial Bills,Legal Bill,Chief Justice of Iran,Articla 158 of the Constitution
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