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The wheel of questioning is running again and four ministers are on the accountability list

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The wheel of questioning is running again and four ministers are on the accountability list

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The wheel of questioning is running again and four ministers are on the accountability list


 Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah 

The parliamentary questioning wheel returned to rotation after several months of "hibernation." The Investigations Committee completed a review of requests to question four ministers and referred them to the Presidency of the House of Representatives. The latter also set the last week of this month as a date for holding a number of ministers under the parliament.
The process of questioning will begin for the Ministers of Agriculture, Communications, Higher Education and Electricity from the beginning of next week, and will conclude at the end of this month after the files of these applications have been checked and the questions reviewed by the Investigations Committee. 
Last summer, the House of Representatives sacked Defense Minister Khalid al-Obeidi at the end of August 2016. In October last year, he voted to dismiss Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari. 
Last year, he was questioned by the head of the Information and Communications Commission last March. The month of April also witnessed two operations to question the Minister of Health and Chairman of the Council of the Electoral Commission. 
Last March, the House of Representatives set dates for the questioning of four ministers as well as the head of the Shiite Waqf.
On Tuesday, the House of Representatives will resume its sessions after a holiday that lasted more than a week. The House of Representatives voted at the end of last October to extend its first legislative term for the second legislative year by 30 days, referring to the need to legislate some important laws. 
According to a parliamentary source familiar with the file of the interview spoke to (the extent), preferring not to be identified, "the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee reviewed the files of the questioning of a number of requests and confirmed the fulfillment of four of these files to the conditions, and was referred to the Presidency of Parliament, which identified the last week of This month to question these ministers in parliament. " 
The Presidency of the House of Representatives, formed earlier this year, a special committee to study the requests of interrogations provided by deputies. The Committee shall examine the requests for questioning and ensure that they meet the legal requirements.
The House of Representatives set strict instructions to block the interrogation processes adopted by deputies to prevent political targeting between the blocks. The instructions oblige the passage of the request for questioning in the legal department and then refer it to a special committee, which in turn transfers it to the Presidency to decide the request. 
"These ministers, who will be present for questioning, are the minister of agriculture, communications, electricity and higher education," the parliamentary source said. "The presidency will be dedicated in the last week of this month to decide on these interrogations." 
The head of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri announced in early November, there are requests to question a number of officials in parliament will be in the last week of this month.
In the same context, confirmed the decision of the House of Representatives MP Niasi Myanmar Uglu that "the process of questioning will begin on Saturday and will include four ministers have been reviewed files by the Investigations Committee, which investigated the questions and related to all contracts 
Ouglo said in a statement to (Mada) yesterday, "The current legislative session will witness the questioning of a number of executives after scheduling their attendance to the parliament and will start on Saturday and include four ministers," pointing out that "the number of requests for questioning in the Committee of Interrogations up to six requests for questioning." 
In turn, MP Hoda Sajjad, Member of the coalition of state law, That "the parliament set for me on the 11th of this month a date for questioning Minister of Communications Hassan Al-Rashed after completing the request to answer all the requirements and legal procedures."
"The committee has a number of legal and technical advisers who have reviewed questions and files related to interrogation," Sajjad explained. "Part of the questioning is focused on the (Symphonic Ertlenk) file on the optical cable investment of a private sector company," she said. 
A member of the State of Law attributed the reasons for the delay of questioning to the Presidency of the House of Representatives, referring specifically to the First Deputy Speaker Hammam Hamoudi. 
"The three-day interrogation committee hosted me last March and listened to the evidence that I submitted to investigate the questioning of the Minister of Communications," said Hoda Sajjad, adding that she obtained the approval of House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and second deputy Aram Sheikh Mohammed. 
Huda Sajjad confirmed that "Parliament informed Minister of Communications Hassan Rashid of the date of questioning"
Article (61 / VIII) of the Constitution stipulates that the House of Representatives "shall withdraw confidence from one of the Ministers by an absolute majority and shall be considered resigned from the date of the decision to withdraw confidence. The issue of confidence in the Minister may only be raised at his request or at the request of fifty members. And the Board shall issue its decision in the application only after at least seven days from the date of its submission. " 
Article 85 of the Rules of Procedure of the Chamber of Deputies stipulates that "the request to direct the interrogation shall be submitted in writing to the President of the Council signed by the applicant for questioning with the consent of at least 25 members."



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