Journal of University of Babylon,
Volume 26, Issue 3, Pages 31-43
AbstractThe objective of this study is to show the extent to which legislators in the Iraqi constitution are concerned with these means in order to protect human rights, and to protect the rights of human beings, As well as briefing the texts relating to these means of some comment, controversy and analysis as much as we can and try to evaluate these texts, and thus find texts governing these means, which ensures the exercise of rights to the right and accurate and influential, and the most important is the principle of separation of powers one of the most important The basic tenets of democracy are the non-concentration of the three branches of state (legislative, executive and judicial) with one person or one body, but each of these three powers acting independently of the other, but this focus was absolute but over time it became flexible as in The presidential system in the United States of America, and there is another constitutional principle in its existence protects human rights and freedoms is the principle of the rule of law and is intended to subject the rulers and ruled in the state to the provisions of the law.
In the second section, we tried to study the principle of the rule of law as a constitutional means to protect human rights. We devoted the third topic to the principle of separation of powers as a constitutional means to protect human rights. , And finally the fourth section of the constitutional means for the protection of human rights in the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq for the year 2005, and concluded our research in the conclusion, which included the most important results that emerged from the research and recommendations that we consider necessary to be taken when the amendment of the Iraqi constitution .
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