[size=36]Amid threats to boycott the sessions... Parliamentary Integrity: Parliament's presidency obstructs the questioning of the Minister of Finance[/size]
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, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Youssef Al-Kalabi, accused, on Wednesday, the Presidency of the Parliament of obstructing the questioning of the Minister of Finance, noting that a number of deputies decided not to attend any session whose agenda is free of interrogation.
Al-Kalabi stressed in a radio interview, which was followed by "Mawazine News", "the lack of seriousness of the presidency of the Council to proceed with the interrogation session and the disruption of the supervisory role," as he described it.
And he indicated that "the deputies who confront corruption files and those who apply to interrogate state officials are subjected to threats and campaigns of misrepresentation and distortion" by what he described as electronic flies.
Al-Kalabi ruled out "the holding of sessions in general in addition to the completion of the interrogation process, with the end of the council's work and the coming of parliamentary elections," noting that "it is difficult to hold parliament sessions even in the coming days." Ended 29/A 4