MPs today agreed to exclude the resolutions of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution and the Supreme Council of Cyberspace from the process of reviewing complaints in the Court of Administrative Justice.
In today’s public session of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, during the review of the draft law on the organization and procedure of the Administrative Justice Court, the deputies demanded that the Administrative Justice Court be banned from hearing complaints against the decisions of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution and cyberspace.
According to Article 12 of this plan; In the note to that law, the words “Assembly of Experts and Supreme National Security Council” are amended to “Assembly of Leadership Experts, Supreme National Security Council and Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution” and the note number is amended to Note (one) ) Note to the above article: “Note 2- Consideration of the approvals of the Supreme Council of Cyberspace in the area under the authority of this institution is excluded from the scope of the provisions of this article.”
With 176 votes in favor, 20 against and 10 abstentions from a total of 242 deputies present in the court, the deputies agreed with Article 12.
Thus, in addition to the Assembly of Leadership Experts and the Supreme National Security Council, whose approvals could not be appealed through the Supreme Court, by amending Article 12 of the Administrative Justice Court Law, it is possible to appeal against the approvals of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution and the Supreme Council of Cyberspace. Was taken.
Meanwhile, “Gholamreza Nouri” demanded the removal of the entire article. He believed that in a situation where, according to Article 90 of the Constitution, one can complain about the work of the parliament, why should the resolutions of a council be immune?
The speaker of the parliament considered his proposal contrary to Article 110 and said: “The reason for reviewing the law of the Administrative Court of Justice is to eliminate legal problems.”