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deputy in the Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, the use of some ministers powers they do not have after the Council accepted the resignation of the Prime Minister.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, a member of the Alliance of Iraqi Parliamentary Forces, Samia al-Ghallab, warned members of the government against "violating the law and violating the provisions of the constitution after they became caretaker ministers."
"There are indications that some ministers are using powers they do not have after the parliament accepts the resignation of the Prime Minister and the transformation of their work and powers to the conduct of business," Ghellab said. "In general, the transfer of general managers or the appointment of others by proxy."
The MP stressed that "the House of Representatives will have a firm position on this and the cancellation of all decisions taken by ministers that fall outside its powers, as happened with the previous government during its transition to a caretaker government during the previous elections."
Al-Ghallab stressed, "The MPs insist on handing over all the questioning files to ministers and officials that are tainted to the Commission of Integrity and the Supreme Judicial Council for investigation and to find out their facts and hold accountable and prosecute the corrupt."