They don't want to challange this in court because if they are ruled not the largest block then they will have lost.
This is their last harrah, their last stall to get immunity. Their last argument.
So between now and Tuesday expect to see this argument get bounced around in the news not the courts. Tuesday the NA will present its candidate.
He will come from the Coalition, most likely Mahdi.
The process of building a new non sectarian government will be finished because Mahdi will quickly submit his list of ministers that have been pre-negotiated and pre-agreed upon.
There should not be much screaming from the SOL (State of Law) the minute the nominee is announced because IMO, the heads of the SOL and Maliki will already be on an airplane to parts unknown having unsuccessfully not received the "real" deal they have been seeking from almost the beginning of this, which is immunity. tlar.
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Sun Aug 03 2014 13:04 | (Voice of Iraq) - The Federal Judicial Authority denied receiving Federal Supreme Court any request or complaint of "largest bloc" in charge of the formation of the government,
pointing out that the Federal Court decision issued in 2010 is still valid and in force.
A spokesman for the federal judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar "The Federal Supreme Court has not received any request or lawsuit concerning the interpretation of Article 76 of the Constitution on the concept of the largest parliamentary bloc in charge of the formation of the government."
He Bayraqdar that "the Federal Court issued a decision in 2010 interpreted Article 76 of the Constitution," adding that "this decision has become enforceable and binding on all the authorities."