Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Area: International Relations

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Maher Jabbar ALKHALEELI

SOVEREIGNTY, REPRESENTATION, AND THEIR EFFECT ON POLITICAL PERFORMANCE A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND IRAQ

In light of the regional and international changes, the need for more in-depth studies ‎of the concepts of sovereignty and representation appeared, especially in countries ‎that adopt democratic frameworks in their political system.‎ The topic of the conference is of great importance in bringing historical lessons from ‎the experience of the Turkish National Assembly, in which sovereignty was of utmost ‎importance and priority within the framework of its political and legal work, as well ‎as the right to real representation of the people's opinion, aspirations and real ‎aspirations away from governmental or politicized representation according to the ‎wishes of the ruler.‎ In recent times, the concept of sovereignty has become the forefront of many news ‎bulletins, newspaper headlines, and media articles, as a result of the continuous ‎violations of a number of regional and major states to the sovereignty of states ‎without reference to international or local laws. Therefore, studying these concepts ‎in a more in-depth and more realistic way has become a broad scientific ‎requirement.‎ This research deals with the concepts of sovereignty and representation in the ‎constitution and laws and their practical applicable effect in both Malaysia and Iraq ‎through a comparative study to clarify the results that resulted from the application ‎and the development, modernization and international standing reached by the two ‎countries in a clear scientific comparison.‎ The researcher relied on many political and historical sources in both countries by ‎virtue of the researcher's specialization in the Malaysian modernization experience, ‎and adopted the historical and political research methodology with statistics, ‎pictures and a special Iraqi questionnaire related to the recent demonstrations.‎ The research plan included its division into topics, the first dealt with the study of ‎concepts of sovereignty and representation in domestic and international laws, while ‎the second was concerned with studying the issue of sovereignty and representation ‎in Malaysia at the level of the constitution and political performance, and the third ‎was concerned with the study of sovereignty and representation in Iraq historically ‎since the inception of the Iraqi state as well as the Iraqi constitution For the year ‎‎2005 and their impact on the political performance from 2005-2019.‎

Keywords: Iraq, Malaysia, Sovereignty, Representation, Constitutions

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.16.11


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