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Mohammed Hussain Nasrallah
                                     

★ Mohammed Hussain Nasrallah

Saeed Mohammad-Hussein Mohammad-Ali Nasrallah is an Iraqi judge, Prosecutor and President of the Appeals court of four different Iraqi provinces. He retired in may 2014. He is currently the legal representative of Pillsbury global in Iraq and head of the Nasrallah family.

                                     

1. Early life and education. (Ранняя жизнь и образование)

Nasrallah was born on may 17, 1951 in the family of Muhammad Ali Nasrallah and Monira Tumah. Both of his parents come from the noble al-Faiz family and claim that agnath is descended from Muhammads daughter Fatima and her husband Ali, the first Shiite Imam. Nasrallah was born and raised in Karbala. He is the eldest of six children. His ancestors in some cases ruled the city and preserved its shrines. His brother Haidar was executed by the Baathist regime in 1989.

                                     

1.1. Early life and education. Education. (Образование)

He moved to Baghdad in the late 1960s, and graduated from the University of Baghdad in 1972 with a bachelors degree in law and politics. He was drafted into the army after graduating from the University and appointed a legal soldier, serving just under two years. Nasrallah then worked as a forensic investigator in 1973, before joining the Iraqi judicial Institute in 1977 to become a judge. In 1979, he graduated from the Institute with a degree in "judge". In addition, in 2000, he graduated from the same Institute for higher specialized education.

Nasrallah was awarded a United Nations certificate during a course on the Convention on the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide in 2003.

After receiving a grant from the British Department for international development, Nasrallah, along with 139 other Iraqi judges, traveled to Prague to take a course on "judging in a democratic state" at the Celia Institute. In 2004, he received a diploma from the Institute. He also holds a law enforcement diploma from Verbania in 2005.

                                     

2. Career. (Карьера)

He began his career as a judge in 1979 and has served in various courts throughout Iraq. Nasrallah participated in the 1991 uprising, supporting the rebels, and was eventually suspected by the Baathists, so he was sent from his hometown to work in cities in Northern and southern Iraq.

                                     

2.1. Career. City hall and guardianship. (Мэрия и органы опеки)

Shortly after the invasion of Iraq in 2003, a government Committee was formed to govern Karbala, and its members appointed Nasrallah as the new mayor to replace Tali al-Douri. However, Nasrallah declined the citys request, as he was focused on his career. Nasrallah was then appointed custodian of the Imam Hussein Shrine until Ayatollah Sistani appointed a Secretary-General as part of the constitutional transition of the Shrines governance from sidana to the Shiite endowment Fund. However, Nasrallah remained on the Board of the shrines until January 14, 2014.

                                     

2.2. Career. Court of appeal. (Апелляционный суд)

The court of appeal is the highest judicial and administrative body in Iraq. The head of the court is considered the head of justice in the province and a member of the Supreme Judicial Council. On 20 October 2003, Nasrallah was appointed Vice-President of the Babil court of Appeal. A year later, he became President of the Wasit court of Appeal and a member of the Supreme Judicial Council. In 2005, he established the Karbala court of Appeal and was appointed its President. Two years later, he became the President of the al-Muthanna court of Appeal, until 2011.

                                     

2.3. Career. The Judicial Oversight Body. (Судебный Надзорный Орган)

In 2011, he became a member of the judicial Supervisory body of the Supreme Judicial Council. Nasrallah was responsible for overseeing the conduct of judges and court personnel in Babil, Wasit, Najaf and al-Qadisiyah. He remained a member of the Commission until he resigned on 27 may 2014.

                                     

2.4. Career. Technocratic Nomination. (Технократическая Номинация)

In 2016, Muqtada al-Sadr tried to form a technocratic government together with Haider al-Abadi. For this campaign, Nasrallah was appointed Minister of justice, given his political independence and honorable reputation. However, due to the political chaos in Iraq, the governments plans were not implemented.

                                     

3. Works. (Работает)

Nasrallah has prepared three legal studies:

  • Protesting and appealing against laws in absentia 1999.
  • Mandatory will: in law and jurisprudence 1987.
  • Laws of absence 1993.

The first two studies resulted in amendments to the Iraqi personal status law.

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