Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: Male in the Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives member Juma Bureau, Wednesday, that the questioning of Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq had not canceled yet, and continues, explaining that the reason postponed during the meeting yesterday, is the number of legal signatures for questioning. A member of the Juma Commission Bureau for "tomorrow Press", "The MP Mishan al-Jubouri, objected in yesterday's session for not putting Saleh al-Mutlaq questioning the agenda of the meeting, because he was supposed to be yesterday, and it was his objection to the lack Report Mutlaq so." "The President of the Parliament replied, Mishan al-Jubouri, that many of those who signed the interrogation of al-Mutlaq, withdrew their signatures may have breached a number of signatures legality of interrogation, because he is supposed to have at least 25 signatures to interrogate a
character." He said the Court that "some parliamentarians have returned again and signed on the grill Mutlaq, thus got to confuse the issue of questioning what the presidency called on Parliament to lift the interrogation of the parliament session yesterday, but the president continues to questioning if the legal number of signatures to collect."
He said a member of the Integrity Commission that "the presidency has not yet determined a new date for questioning, but after considering the number of final signatures."
And on reports that indicated that the Union forces was aimed from behind the suspension presence of Parliament, to press for an end to the subject of Saleh al-Mutlaq questioning, between Diwan "We have not heard such is political Kktl or as members of the House of Representatives, was issued by the Union of Forces so ordered."
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives saw Saleh al-Mutlaq to postpone the questioning until further notice after it got confusing in the number of signatures needed for questioning, especially that some lawmakers withdrew their signatures, while observers felt that the withdrawal of signatures that fall within the usual transactions in the Parliament political game.
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