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Al-Maliki talks about a legal violation in Parliament

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The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, considered, on Thursday, that the parliament's intention to question and dismiss ministers and grant confidence to new ministers is a legal violation.


Al-Maliki said in a tweet on "Twitter", "The intention of the current parliament to interrogate a number of ministers in the expired government, dismiss them and grant confidence to new ministers, is a clear legal violation."
 
He added that "the current council was not the one who voted to form this government and did not give them the confidence to question them."
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