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    Parliament will vote on the formation of a committee investigating irregularities Representatives

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    Post by Rocky Mon 07 Mar 2016, 2:45 am

    [th] Parliament will vote on the formation of a committee investigating irregularities Representatives[/th]

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    2016/3/6

    [Where - Baghdad]

    House of Representatives voted on Sunday to form a committee investigating irregularities council members.

    A parliamentary source told all of Iraq [where] that "the chairman of the Nuba Saleem al-Jubouri suggested during the parliament session today to form a committee the task of investigating some irregularities committed by the House of Representatives and make recommendations appropriate penalty in accordance with the code of conduct of Deputies approved by the Board.

    "The House of Representatives voted on a proposal Jubouri and got the approval of a majority."

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