The Constitutional Embodiment for Protecting the Public Locations in the Iraqi Republic Constitution Operative for Year 2005
A.M.D. GanieZogairAtia, Mohamed All Mohamed Al-Khakany
The Public areas in Iraq enjoyed important constitutional protection because these public areas are considered as Public National Possessions or that they are owned by the government but they are all used directly by all citizens or that they are considered as public utilities for the country.
Volume: Volume 23
Issues: Issue 6
Keywords: constitution, public areas, Public National Possessions