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What does HJC stand for?

HJC stands for Higher Judicial Council (Iraq)

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Qortbawi also complained that several key appointments, such as the head of the head of the Higher Judicial Council and the general prosecutor for the Court of Cassation, have been delayed due to political meddling.
Among the official and popular figures who thronged the guest house opposite the prime minister's office to offer their congratulations were princes, former premiers and ministers, the Senate president, the President of the Higher Judicial Council, the chief justice and Sharia judges, parliament members, heads of foreign diplomatic missions as well as other senior civic and military officials.
At a symposium on Saturday marking the 100th birthday anniversary of the late Judge Musa Saket, former Chairman of the Higher Judicial Council (HJC) and President of the Supreme Court and Cassation, speakers paid tribute to him, reiterating that his perfectionism and conscience in implementing the Constitution and enforcing the Law had laid the foundation for an independent non-political judiciary system.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques shook hands with Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein, Prime Minister Samir Al-Rifai, Head of House of Notables Taher Al-Masri, President of the Higher Judicial Council Ratib Al-Wazani, Head of the Royal Court Nasser Al-Luzi, Advisors to King Abdullah II of Jordan, Jordanian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Qaftan Al-Majali, Saudi Ambassador to Jordan Fahd bin Abdulmohsen Al-Zaid and a number of senior civil and military officials, Arab Ambassadors to Jordan and Saudi Embassy's staff in Jordan.