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5 Ministers and the Governor of the Central Bank are on the Parliament's questioning list

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Parliament - 5 Ministers and the Governor of the Central Bank are on the Parliament's questioning list Empty 5 Ministers and the Governor of the Central Bank are on the Parliament's questioning list

Post by rocky Tue 25 May 2021, 7:04 am

[size=52]5 Ministers and the Governor of the Central Bank are on the Parliament's questioning list[/size]

[size=45]Baghdad / Muhammad Sabah[/size]
[size=45]A special parliamentary committee has completed reviewing and scrutinizing the interrogation requests of a number of government officials, including the Minister of Finance, who will be questioned in next Monday’s session, and there are four other files that the concerned committee will finish evaluating soon. Yonadam Kanna, head of the Rafidain Parliamentary Bloc, confirmed in a statement to (Al-Mada) that "there are many requests for interrogations submitted to the special committee concerned with interrogation," indicating that "this committee began examining these files some time ago."[/size]
[size=45]In the year 2020, the Presidency of the House of Representatives referred the files of questioning the ministers of finance, higher education, industry, the governor of the central bank, and the head of the Media and Communications Commission, to a special committee composed of three legal advisers to consider its formal and legal procedures before setting the dates for the interrogation sessions. The head of the Al-Rafidain Parliamentary Bloc adds that "the special committee has completed examining the files of the questioning of the Minister of Finance and the Central Bank, and before that, the head of the Media and Communications Commission, who was voted out," adding that "there is a tendency to question the ministers of electricity, trade and oil."[/size]
[size=45]Parliament Law No. (13) of 2018 enforced in its article (22) obliges the formation of a special committee to provide opinion and advice on the availability of the necessary conditions in the request for interrogation in accordance with the internal system of the House of Representatives.[/size]
[size=45]The internal system of the House of Representatives, in its fifty-eighth article, also requires that the interrogation request be addressed in writing to the speaker of the council, signed by the person submitting the interrogation, and with the approval of at least twenty-five members.[/size]
[size=45]Kanna noted that “the requests to interrogate some ministers are still under scrutiny and have not been finalized by the special committee concerned with the file of interrogations,” expecting that all these requests will be studied and submitted to the Presidency of the Council in the near future. Kanna believes that "the interrogation is not necessarily the dismissal of the official or the minister. Perhaps there will be legal prosecutions and the recovery of money," stressing that "the accusations are not subject to statute of limitations for executives and others." The Christian representative points out that "these interrogations are professional and far from political miscarriage or electoral propaganda, and they are an attempt to correct the mistakes made in the ministries," pointing out that "the Council has set a date for the questioning of the Minister of Finance." According to a document circulating, the House of Representatives set May 31 as the date for the questioning of Finance Minister Ali Allawi.[/size]
[size=45]For his part, Muhammad al-Baldawi, an MP from the Al-Fateh parliamentary bloc, confirms in an interview with (Al-Mada) that "there is an interrogation of the Ministers of Finance, Industry, Electricity, Higher Education, Oil and the Governor of the Central Bank," adding that "there are requests submitted to host the Prime Minister."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Baldawi confirms that "there is a set of procedures carried out by the interrogation committee charged with checking these files in order to ensure the validity of evidence and information and their conformity with the formal and objective procedures of the interrogation files before setting a date for questioning the official."[/size]
[size=45]A member of the Parliamentary Strategic Planning Committee excludes "the questioning of the Prime Minister by Parliament for the reason that the remaining period for holding the elections does not exceed five months.[/size]
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