EghtesadOnline: The government and the executive bodies are not entitled to make a decision that imposes a financial burden not covered by the Budget Law.
The authority to make budget decisions have been entrusted to the parliament, which issue has been mentioned in various laws and regulations. However, judicial verdicts are excluded from this stipulation.
Apparently, the reasoning behind this exception is that the judicial system should independently examine and make decisions without limiting itself to budgetary considerations. The judge should vote on the basis of justice and not whether the government has funds for it or not, but this exception at times leads to far-reaching consequences that cannot be ignored.