THE POLITICAL SYSTEM AND PUBLIC POLICIES IN BAGHDAD AND THE KURDISTAN REGION OF IRAQ - A COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL STUDY -

Abstract

The nature of federal political systems in general is based on the division of roles and the distribution of powers according to a constitutional jurisprudence that may be fixed in terms of the nature and form of the constitutional frameworks adopted in the political system, as there must be a division of political roles between the parties and political forces that form the nature of the federal political system, and the distribution For political and administrative specializations between political and constitutional circles within the framework of a single state, it is generally accepted that there is a political, administrative and constitutional heart within the single unit of the state and the political system of the federal state, besides the heart there are parties and political, administrative and constitutional parts that are all the federal political unity in this or that state.