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    Parliament's policy is to dismiss two "controversial" ministers and Abdul Mahdi is waiting for appro

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    An official source revealed Wednesday that there is a parliamentary movement aimed at dismissing the Minister of Youth and Sports Ahmed Riad al-Obeidi and Minister of Communications Naeem al-Rubaie.
    The source told Ashqaf News that "the next session of the House of Representatives will witness the dismissal of al-Obeidi and al-Rubaie, after the replies of official books prove that they are included in the accountability and justice in addition to other issues on them."
    The source, who asked not to be named, said that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is aware of this measure, but he wants to postpone it until the completion of his ministerial cabinet. The political forces that nominated these two ministers were substituted for them. "He said.
    It is noteworthy that accusations from several political parties affected the young ministers and communications, including that they were linked to the organization and the Baath Party dissolved.



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    Parliament's policy is to dismiss two "controversial" ministers and Abdul Mahdi is waiting for appro Empty Source: Parliament is going to dismiss two ministers at the next meeting

    Post by rocky Wed 28 Nov 2018, 3:29 pm

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    Source: Parliament is going to dismiss two ministers at the next meeting

    A political source informed on Wednesday that the political forces are moving parliament to dismiss two ministers in the government of Abdul Mahdi during the voting session to complete the cabinet cabins.
    The source said that "the next session of the House of Representatives will witness the dismissal of Minister of Youth and Sports Ahmed Riyad al-Obeidi and Minister of Communications Naim al-Rubaie, after the replies of official books prove that they included within the accountability procedures and justice in addition to other issues on them."
    He added that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is aware of this measure, but he is trying to postpone it until the completion of his cabinet, and the political forces that nominated these two ministers were equipped with substitutes for them, and will be voted on after the dismissal of the current ones."
    The House of Representatives decided to postpone the meeting to Tuesday next week, hoping to complete the cabinet cabin, where the House of Representatives voted last month to give confidence to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and 14 candidates from his cabinet.

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