2015-03-29 11: 53
Tomorrow press Baghdad: Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, Sunday, refusing to appear before members of the House of representatives to discuss the reality of the oil sector, indicating that he came to the House since he took the responsibility of the Ministry of oil in four meetings.
Abdul-Mahdi said in a press release received by AFP "," tomorrow "to our parliamentary system, the Executive power in all of its institutions and its officials under the control of the House of representatives, Minister in the confidence vote in Parliament, and the Council shall monitor the work of the Ministry, including Minister", adding that "some of the statements is misleading the truth and speak about the oil Minister to control the House of representatives or the role of local government and provincial councils contradict completely our political, intellectual and practical".
He said "constant contact with the leadership of the House of representatives, and several committees and parliamentary blocs to organize and consolidate relationship, not to evade or circumvent it comes within a democratic constitutional institutional behavior seeks to expand the role of local walhakoma House."
"We come from an oil Ministry responsibility acknowledges four meetings hosting with full Board or its committees as committees, energy and finance, let alone encourage Ministry officials to attend the meetings of the specialized hosting or answer requests for House", stating that "the oil Ministry has close relations with the committees of the Council and its members and block, but the Ministry only held a regular meeting between Ministry officials, on the other hand, Governors and heads of provincial councils to discuss operational issues".
The Prime Minister sent in an official letter, members of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy not to interfere in the work of the oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. The book was based on a complaint by Abdul Mahdi to the Cabinet.
Member of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy Zaher Al-Abadi, said that "an official letter arrived from the Prime Minister (interventions), calling the members of the Committee not to interfere with the work of the oil Minister, submitted a complaint to the President of the Council of Ministers on this matter."
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