[size=36]Deputy reveals interrogations of a number of ministers in the coming days[/size]
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a member of the House of Representatives Riad al-Tamimi, on Monday, the current reforms as patchy is not the required level, revealing parliamentary interrogations of a number of ministers during the coming period.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, Al-Tamimi said that "the reforms that are being put in place to absorb the anger of the street and its demands for prostitutes do not meet the minimum demands of the people, not just peaceful demonstrators."
He added, "The people during the past period has lost faith in the political process in the light of promises to meet the demands without real implementation of them, but packages of reforms launched as a result of the anger of the street, which was not implemented realistically."
Al-Shammari said that "the files are many in all ministries and there are interrogations of a number of ministers during the coming period, which is important in the work of the parliament oversight to implement the reforms, which we press the government to make them facts without delay."