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    Password "78"... Why did the Sudanese government's interrogations and noisy sessions decline?

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    Shafaq News/ Members of the Iraqi Parliament believe that the lack of interrogations of ministers in the government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani is due to the lack of indicators that require this procedure, although there are observations on the performance of some ministries, but they do not rise to this level.
    While observers believe that evaluating the work of general directors under Article (78) of the Iraqi Constitution was a positive and motivating step for advanced cadres in the ministries not to fall into the cycle of interrogations, as happened in the Al-Kadhimi government. 

    In its previous sessions, the Iraqi Parliament was witnessing interrogation sessions for ministers and government officials, interspersed with chaos and shouting between the official and the interrogated representative, and despite members of the current House of Representatives announcing that Parliament is about to embark on a campaign of interrogations of many officials who are surrounded by suspicions of corruption and wasting public money, these interrogations did not take place. .

    Among these demands was what the representative of the State of Law, Mohan Al-Saadi, revealed about a move within the House of Representatives to interrogate 5 ministers in the government of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani.

    Al-Saadi said in a previous interview with Shafaq News Agency, on August 28, 2023, that “Parliamentary committees have been working since the formation of the government to monitor the work of ministers in performing their duties, and through the supervisory role of members of parliament, a number of them obtained the information and files that the representatives collected and formally submitted to the presidency.” The House of Representatives to interrogate the Minister according to the House’s internal regulations.”

    He added, "There are a number of members of Parliament who submitted interrogation requests to the Presidency of Parliament to interrogate 4-5 ministers in the government."

    The House of Representatives places more than one minister within the interrogation circle for various reasons, and among the ministers he said were awaiting interrogation are the ministers of reconstruction, housing, electricity, immigration, trade, and others.

    While Al-Sudani said on April 18, 2023, that he would conduct a ministerial reshuffle in his government after the end of the six-month deadline that he set to evaluate the work of the ministers, in addition to his pledge to make changes at the level of other positions with the rank of director general in various ministries and government institutions, but so far, the Prime Minister has not taken a step. Ministerial reshuffle, which raised questions about the reason.

    In this context, the representative of the State of Law coalition, Arif Al-Hamami, says, “The government is moving in the right direction, despite our observations on some ministries, but it does not rise to the level of interrogation. However, if the issue deserves interrogation, this will be done, as happened with the head of the Iraqi Media Network.”

    Al-Hamami added to Shafaq News Agency, “Some of the work of the ministries is good, others are average, and the third has comments, so the Prime Minister always indicated that there was a ministerial change,” indicating that “the interrogation may be the result of the minister’s weakness and inability to manage his ministry, which requires a ministerial change.” The change may be due to administrative corruption and clear legal violations.”

    Al-Hamami, who is a member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, attributes the lack of interrogations in the Sudanese government to “the House of Representatives’ support for the government, as the current House of Representatives is homogeneous and wants the success of the government that was formed from the forces of state administration, including the coordination framework. Therefore, the members of Parliament do not want to lower the level of government performance.” Although there are some comments on it.”

    The representative of the Al-Hikma Movement, Ali Jassim Al-Hamidawi, agrees with what Arif Al-Hamami said about “the absence of important indicators that require interrogation, except for the issue related to the interrogation of the head of the media network, after which he was dismissed.”

    Al-Hamidawi confirms to Shafaq News Agency, “The current government is the most successful since 2003, and at the same time there is political support for this government represented by the presence of more than 280 representatives from the state administration coalition.” 

    Al-Hamidawi, who is Chairman of the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee, points out that “the current situation has not been witnessed by the country in previous years, which confirms the necessity of maintaining this existing political stability and the existing government support.” 

    In turn, the political analyst, Jalil Al-Lami, says, “Parliamentary committees have been working since the formation of the government to monitor the work of ministers in performing their duties, because through the supervisory role of members of Parliament in accordance with Article (61) of the Iraqi Constitution, Paragraph (Seventh / C) of a member of the House of Representatives and with the approval Twenty-five members direct an interrogation to the Prime Minister or the ministers to hold them accountable in matters that fall within their jurisdiction.”

    Al-Lami explained to Shafaq News Agency, “A number of representatives collected information and files and formally submitted them to the Presidency of the House of Representatives to interrogate the minister according to the House’s bylaws, but most of the interrogations did not take place due to the government’s preoccupation with implementing the government program on the one hand, and the interrogations began with the executive branch and advanced staff.” Ministries on the other hand.

    He explains, “The executive authority worked in accordance with Article (78) of the Iraqi Constitution and in coordination with the legislative authority to evaluate the work of (357) executive general directors out of (438). On this basis, (53) general directors were dismissed, and (27) general directors were transferred, This step is positive and motivating for advanced cadres in the ministries not to fall into the cycle of interrogations, as happened in the Al-Kadhimi government.”

    It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, since assuming the presidency of the government in October 2022, has made many administrative changes in a number of ministries and state institutions, and in December 2022, Al-Sudani decided to set a period of six months to evaluate the government’s work in light of its approved government program. The evaluation includes ministers, undersecretaries, governors, advisors, and general directors according to specific timings, and general directors are given three months after which an evaluation of their performance can be conducted.
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