The thesis dealt with determining the responsibilities of the three authorities in the State and ensuring that they do not overlap. This leads to the dispersion of powers and the loss of the legal value of the constitutional texts, based on the constitution that established them and their respective competencies, which should be exercised by each authority and not by the other authorities. That in order to keep up with the legal state, it is necessary to abide by the principle of separation of powers and that the jurisdiction is not valid unless it is issued by an administrative authority or a competent administrative man, and the legislator pays attention to the rules of jurisdiction and make them out of public order.The researcher recommended that an explicit provision be drawn up in the constitution that clarifies the legislative authority accurately and the necessity of activating the administrative mandate between the bodies and preventing its exploitation and concern in the provisions of the Council of State not to give practical considerations to the legal principles and the need to protect the principle of legality.
PhD thesis at the Faculty of Law and Political Science examines the lack of competence between administrative and constitutional courts
A dissertation in the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Kirkuk investigated the lack of jurisdiction between the administrative and constitutional courts, a comparative study by researcher Sakina Ali Karim.