[size=36]Parliament announces the date of issuance of its decisions regarding the Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital accident[/size]
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, Al-Fateh Alliance set, on Wednesday, the date for the issuance of the parliamentary decisions regarding the Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital accident, while noting that there is no political call for the dismissal of any minister.
The deputy of the coalition, Ahmed Al-Asadi, said, according to the official agency, that "the House of Representatives held a session devoted to the Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital accident, in which dozens of martyrs were killed, as well as what happened in the area of Al-Wahda and the martyrdom of one of the demonstrators," indicating that "there were clear interventions by the deputies, while a committee presented Health and Environment has its report in which it referred to the causes of the accident, and there are a number of recommendations.
Al-Asadi added, "The government withdrew the hand of a number of officials and formed an investigative committee that would give its production within five days," noting that "after the results of the investigation committee appeared, there will be representative decisions to initiate government decisions."
He added that "the main reason for this incident and the other expected incidents that preceded it is the failure and administrative corruption present in most state institutions," noting that "everyone is calling for reform, but there is no real interest."
Al-Asadi concluded his speech by saying, "There is no political call for the dismissal of any minister, but the calls result from diagnosing the negligent party to any degree of employment," stressing the need to "hold accountable the severe negligence that led to the death of dozens of citizens." Ended 29 / A 43