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4 ministers under questioning scissors during the next legislative term Political | 07:30 - 22/06/2019 Special - Mawazin News MPs from various political blocs are preparing to launch a campaign to question ministers in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, some of them related to the administrative side and another on issues related to belonging to the Baath Party. According to the information, according to the deputies, "political blocs, including the national approach and wisdom is currently collecting the files of questioning and will submit to the presidency of the House of Representatives is expected to be during the next legislative term." "The deputies of the bloc will question ministers who are lamentable and have corruption files or suspicions and violations, and the deputies have begun to collect the facts for questioning of the executive officials," said the head of the parliamentary wisdom bloc, which announced its conversion to the opposition. "We look forward to the interaction of all with the political opposition and contribute to the provision of corrupt and idle for questioning and withdraw confidence from them in the service of the common good." For his part, the MP of the Reform Alliance, Riyad al-Masoudi, referred to the parliamentary movement to dismiss Minister of Communications Naeem al-Rubaie as a result of deterioration of the telecommunications service and its coverage of accountability and justice procedures. "Al-Rubaie bears full responsibility for the deterioration of the communications service and the weakness of the Internet throughout the country and is trying to throw the ball in the court of others to bear responsibility for the failures," Masoudi said. The ministers to be interviewed are Oil Minister Thamer Ghadban on corruption files in the National Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), Minister of Health Alaa Alwan and Minister of Communications Naeem Al-Rubaie due to poor communication and his connection with the Baath Party and the Minister of Electricity.
In protest against the events of the Union of Forces Muqdadiyah announce his withdrawal from the two sessions of parliament and ministers Tuesday January 19 2016 - 0:31 Federation of Iraqi forces Iraqi forces decided to withdraw from the Union Council of Ministers meeting and the House of Representatives on Tuesday, and against the backdrop of the events recorded to spend Muqdadiyah in Diyala recently, did not specify in a certain period of withdrawal. He said Union member Badr stallion, in a press statement satellite radio tow, Union that he made the decision after holding parliamentary and ministerial mass on Monday evening, a meeting at the home of House Speaker Saleem al-Jubouri, which discussed the events Muqdadiya and put the country the year. " However, he noted that "the ministerial Union bloc decided to withdraw from the Cabinet meeting scheduled for Tuesday, in addition to the withdrawal of the parliamentary bloc of the House of Representatives," explaining that "this decision was made against the background of the events that took place in Muqdadiya." He continued by saying that "parliamentary bloc, before the withdrawal will read a statement about the events and their demands to hold negligent and perpetrators of events in addition to other demands related to human rights. He pointed to "end the withdrawal is not specified, which may be for one day or more time."
The input interface of the Federal Court in Baghdad Federal Court appeal against the House of Representatives are listed on the appointment of Vice-President of the Council of Ministers Author: Editor: AF, RS 25/02/2014 16:29 Number of readings: 65 Long-Presse / Baghdad Federal Supreme Court declared on Tuesday, responded suit to challenge the validity of the membership of one of the members of the House of Representatives, and with an eye to postpone the discussion of litigation relating to cancellation of pensions to the President and members of the Council of Ministers to relate to the law of retirement Alliance, which is not complete formal aspects of the issued so far, confirmed response challenged decision House of Representatives on the appointment of Vice-President of the Council of Ministers. A spokesman for the federal judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar in a statement received by AFP term copy of "The Federal Supreme Court, the Court held, which falls on Tuesday 02/25/2014, its headed by Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud, and looked at the number of cases brought before them," noting that "the court responded in the beginning of the meeting suit to challenge the validity of the membership of one of the members of the House of Representatives." He Bayraqdar "The court decided to postpone consideration of the proceedings relating to the unconstitutionality of paragraph (iii) of Article (6) of the Law on the National Assembly No. 3 of 2005, and the elimination of pensions for the President and members of the Council of Ministers, and the referee cancel Order No. (9) of 2005, as amended, Governing Law and the abolition of the House of Representatives No. 50 of 2007, the very first of next April, "explaining that" the delay was due to link these suits Unified Retirement Law, which is not complete formal aspects of the issued so far. " He said the official spokesman of the judiciary that "the Court has rejected lawsuits filed to challenge the decision of the House of Representatives to ratify the appointment of Vice-President of the Council of Ministers." Noting that "Article 139 of the Constitution granted the right to appoint two deputies in the parliamentary session, only the first, but in subsequent sessions, the number is subject to the discretion of the Prime Minister and the approval of the House of Representatives." The three vice-presidents of the current Iraqi government Nuri al-Maliki, who are Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Rose Nuri Shaways, and another deputy for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, a, and Deputy for Services Affairs Saleh al-Mutlaq, a.