Maliki's coalition policy calls for the presidencies of the accountability of ministers telephoned deputies to withdraw signatures of questioning
The deputy of the coalition of state law high Nassif on the Prime Minister and the Prime Minister and the President of the Legislative Council and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council to hold accountable each minister contacted a member of parliament and asked him to withdraw his signature from the list of deputies sign the request for questioning.
"The first responsibility lies with the prime minister to hold some of his ministers who contacted deputies to withdraw their signatures from the request for questioning or to mediate personalities to contact the deputies and press them to withdraw their signatures," Naseef said in a statement. To announce all names that have withdrawn their signatures and to investigate whether the Minister has contacted, met or sent a mediator. "
"The reputation of the legislative institution today is at stake, and the heads of the Council of Ministers and the Council of Representatives must preserve the prestige of the state institutions. If it is proved that one of the ministers has contacted the deputies to withdraw their signatures or sent them an intermediary for this purpose, the cabinet must take action against him by dismissing him or questioning him. In the parliament, noting that the right of the deputy who signed the request for questioning to withdraw his signature in accordance with his conviction according to the decision of the Federal Court, but must be held accountable the minister who asked him to withdraw his signature.
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