[size=36]Adviser to the Speaker of Parliament: The upcoming sessions will not include interrogations of officials[/size]
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, Advisor to Parliament Speaker Imad Yohanna confirmed, on Sunday, that the upcoming parliament sessions will not include any questioning of ministers or government officials.
In a radio interview followed by Mawazine News, Youhanna indicated that "the agendas of parliament sessions are currently devoid of any interrogation of ministers or officials," explaining that "there may be subsequent interrogations."
He added, "It is assumed that the Federal Court of Cassation will be voted on, which is an important paragraph that requires a vote by members of Parliament before the end of the term of the House of Representatives in its current session."
Yohanna attributed the reason for the inability to convene parliament sessions to “the failure to achieve a quorum associated with the presence of members of parliament,” pointing out that the delay is not due to the parliament’s presidency.