Parliament is "convinced" of the Minister of Commerce's answers during the interrogation session
Baghdad / Range
The Chamber of Deputies voted on Thursday to accept the answers of the Minister of Commerce and the Salman Jumaili Agency in the first session following the interrogation session. And postponed to consider appeals on the health of the membership of some deputies.
The House of Representatives had questioned, last Tuesday, the Minister of Commerce Agency, Salman Jumaili by MP High Nassif.
Nasif announced in early October the completion of legal procedures related to the questioning of the Minister of Commerce and Salman Jumaili.
The Information Service of the House of Representatives said that the latter "voted on the conviction of the answers of Salman Jumaili, Minister of Planning and Minister of Commerce and Agency during the process of questioning that took place in the last session after the approval of 104 deputies out of 202 deputies."
Commenting on the request to question Agriculture Minister Falah Hassan Zaidan, submitted by MP Zeinab al-Tai, said the Speaker of the House of Representatives that "the period of setting the date of questioning witnessed the withdrawal and deletion of a number of signatures of deputies in favor of questioning," pointing out that "the legal opinion on the request for interrogation reported that the two signatories, 42 deputies decreased to 35 deputies and submit requests to withdraw signatures to the number of signatories 23 deputies, which led to the disruption of the quorum of the request for questioning. "
Jubouri, according to the statement, that "the deputy Zeinab al-Taie later submitted a request carrying the signatures of 25 deputies will be treated as a new request in accordance with the contexts adopted in order to set a date for questioning the Minister of Agriculture," stressing that "the House of Representatives will not hesitate to offer oral questions and requests for questioning 7 requests identified in accordance with a
The Presidency of Parliament decided to postpone the completion of the vote on the draft law on the provincial and district elections submitted by the legal committees and regions and governorates not organized in the territory to Saturday session.
The Presidency of the Council also postponed the consideration of the appeals filed on the validity of the membership of some deputies to need two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives. In addition, the media department said that "the House of Representatives finished reading a report and discussion of the proposed law to commemorate the sacrifices of the martyrs of the war against the gangs, urging the terrorists and accelerate the completion of their transactions and the care of their wounds submitted by the Committee of martyrs and victims and political prisoners."
The parliament voted "in principle to respond to the bill of health insurance to the government on the request of the committees of health, environment, labor and social affairs in order to submit a compromise formula for the purpose of submission later to the House of Representatives."
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