Discussions of articles of the permanent Iraqi constitution and its approval within the Iraqi National Assembly 2005


  • Atheer Kazem Abd Zaid Al-Khalidi College of Arts / University of Kufa
  • Alaa Hussein Al-Rahimi College of Arts / University of Kufa




Aljameiat alwatania, Iraqi Constitution, Elections Law, Referendum Law


After the Iraqi constitution, it is one of the most important priorities of the National Assembly. Rather, we can say that it is the main goal for which it came. The adoption of the constitution witnessed the culmination of political consensus in the legislation of its articles and chapters by enacting articles that guarantee the ascendant political forces their permanence in a democratic way, such as federalism, state identity, and state religion. In addition to suspending a number of articles in a sentence (and it is regulated by a law, and the legislators were keen on that permanence through the great complexities that they put before amending the constitution in the future, so a number of specialists considered it a rigid constitution with complex amendments, in addition to the National Assembly carrying out other legal legislation such as the referendum law election law, and so on.


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How to Cite

Al-Khalidi, Atheer, and Alaa Al-Rahimi. “Discussions of Articles of the Permanent Iraqi Constitution and Its Approval Within the Iraqi National Assembly 2005”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 56, June 2023, pp. 146-64, doi:10.36317/kaj/2023/v1.i56.11139.

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