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A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Kazem Sayadi, revealed on Thursday how the House of Representatives voted on ministers with suspicions and accused of "terrorism, Baathism and corruption".
"The Parliament's vote on ministers accused of terrorism, Baathism and corruption is a mismanagement by the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, as well as the government," Saidi told twilight News. "It was incumbent on the House of Representatives, And according to the conditions of the selection of members of the House of Representatives, which applies to the selection of members of the Council of Ministers.
He added that "some were very urgent issue of passing the cabinet cabin, because they are aware that some of the names if went to the integrity or accountability and justice, there was a major scandal in the House of Representatives, but these names were concealed for the purpose of passing a political deal.