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Khitam Hamadi Mahmood


Our research entitled (Governance of the Constitutional Judiciary (Iraq as a model) came to study the concept of governance, to explain its most important standards, and to apply these standards to the constitutional judiciary in Iraq. Which is the extent of citizen satisfaction with the performance of the constitutional judicial institution, and the transparency and quality of the work of this institution In terms of the formulation and causation of judgments, the speed of adjudication of the case, and the extent to which the members of this institution are subject to accountability, efficient and effective judicial oversight will not be achieved without these criteria and without them the citizen’s confidence in the judiciary facility is lacking It poses a challenge towards developing and improving judicial work by reforming its flaws in various aspects, especially in light of the transformation in the political and democratic system that Iraq witnessed after the approval of its 2005 constitution, which imposed an independent and impartial judiciary that secures security and reassurance for the people. We have preferred to adopt the descriptive and analytical approach in the study, through which it became clear that there are many defects and gaps in the work of the constitutional judicial institution in Iraq, which weakened the citizen’s satisfaction with its performance and violated the integrity and transparency of the judgments issued by it, which requires upgrading the performance of the judiciary, whether within the scope of the rulings issued by it. Or within the scope of citizen satisfaction with its performance and the services it provides.

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Khitam Hamadi Mahmood. (2023). (GOVERNANCE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL JUDICIARY) IRAQ AS A MODEL. BiLD Law Journal, 8(1), 213–225. Retrieved from https://bildbd.com/index.php/blj/article/view/785