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House sets dates for questioning and accountability of 19 executives

Post  Admin on Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:48 am

01/25/2017 (0:01 pm)

 Baghdad / term

The House of Representatives is preparing for a new run of the supervisory work, as it set a date for the questioning and accountability of 19 ministers and executives, including the Prime Minister.

According to the list read out by Speaker of the House, during the session yesterday, some of the officials identified him Moaadan, the first to answer an oral question, and the second for questioning.

Topped head block the will of the MP Hanan al list of claimants deputies questioning by asking oral questions for 6 executives and question the prime CMC.

He ended the House of Representatives, yesterday, its fifth in the new legislative term, which was held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 224 deputies.

He called al-Jubouri parliamentary committees to "the importance of accelerating the provision of the legislation, which still has," referring to "the existence of a large number of bills have been read the first reading or second expected vote, which requires speed up submitting to included it on the agenda of future meetings agenda."

The head of parliament, according to a statement for the media department, said that "the Presidency of the Council is determined to put the agenda of all the sessions in the current legislative term."

And select dates of the presidency of parliament to answer executives on the oral questions put forward by a number of MPs. He said al-Jubouri that "the date of oral answer to the question submitted by the MP Hanan al to Mr. Governor of the Central Bank was selected in the 28th of the current month, and to the Integrity Commission on 31 this month, and to the secretariat of Baghdad in 7 of the next month."

He said al-Jubouri, "a date for oral question submitted by MP Mohammad Tamim for the oil ministry, and on 11 February as the date for a question submitted by MP Mahmoud Reda, secretary of the Prime Minister was determined on 9 of next month."

He said the parliament speaker, "a date to ask oral report from the Attorney Hisham Radi Jabbar Department of Immigration, and determine the day 21 of the same month was identified on 13 of the next month as the date for a question submitted by MP Hanan al Ministry of Water Resources, as well as to determine the day 23 of next February as the date to answer the oral question submitted by the MP hoping Merhi Sunni stop, and determine the day 25 of next month's deadline to answer an oral question submitted by MP Hanan al Ministry of transport. "

According to al-Jubouri, "it was determined on February 27 as the date to answer oral questions submitted by MP Mohammad Mashi Tai for Media Commission, and on March 7 as the date to ask oral submitted by MP Hanan al Director General Oil Company centrist" parliament speaker .ofatt to "Overture stakeholders to identify the date of questioning each of the Minister of Health at the request of Attorney and Awad al-Awadi, head of the CMC at the request of the MP Hanan al and Minister of Agriculture at the request of Rep. Zainab al-Tai. "

Furthermore, al-Jubouri confirmed "the completion of the formal and legal procedures for interrogations provided by the MP Magda Tamimi of the Electoral Commission, and lawmaker Kazem Sayadi Shiite stop, and high Nassif MP Mr. Minister of Planning and Minister of Trade and agency," calling "MP Riad Ghali to complete documents relating to interrogate Minister education".

According to al-Jubouri, it "has been postponed asking the question oral report of the Chairman of the Electoral Commission despite the presence of the Council by the MP Serwa Abdul Wahid" .oorteurt of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives' vote to postpone all of the draft government banks and submitted the law of the financial and legal committees and the proposed Act to amend the Companies Act No. (21) for the year 1997 and submitted by the committees of Tourism and Antiquities, the economy and investment, in addition to delay voting on the draft private Security companies Act and submitted by the Committee on Security and defense and on the wording of the decision as the Nineveh plain, a disaster area for the disruption of quorum. "

She said the Information Service of the House of Representatives that "the Presidency of the Council decided to postpone the reading and discussion of the draft report of the Ministry of Defense, submitted by the Committee on Security and Defense Law."

Council finished reading the report and discuss the draft law and financial management submitted by the Finance Committee, according to the statement itself.

Attorney Kaveh Mohammad pointed out that the "bill of financial management is overly centralized administration does not enjoy the distribution of more powers."

In turn, MP Najiba Najib to "define the powers called on regions and provinces in financial management and not just referring to the decentralization only, as well as taking into account the federal system and the privacy of the Kurdistan region."

On the sidelines of the parliamentary session, MP Qutaiba al-Jubouri, head of the Health and Environment Committee in Parliament, during a press conference attended by the (range), "The Health Insurance Act will revolutionize the standard of health services," he said, adding that his committee will host the Health Minister Adila Mahmud on Sunday to discuss the law.

In turn, the National Alliance MP Amer Al-Fayez announced submitted two proposals to the law of the boards Mahafezat.waodh Fayez elections, during a press conference at the parliament building and attended (range), "The major parties trying to impose certain laws to ensure control over the legislative institution and other joints do not give room for others to provide services to the country. "

The member of the coalition of citizen "We made several proposals after having tried in the previous session several electoral systems, most recently St. Lego rate system, which was divided by 1.6, which led to a waste of voters by many."

He explained MP from Basra, "there is a big trend today is also about the implementation of this law in the upcoming elections," pointing out that "it will take away the votes and the scenario repeats itself, and there will emerge objections popular demonstrations to reject it."

He said Fayez he made "The first two proposals to partition a single conservative to several constituencies and the election is by individual number of people who get the most votes, and if it had rejected the proposal, we have another proposal has renamed the percentage law is based on that each political entity is not unfair to the one that will receive a percentage of the number of seats equal to the ratio obtained from the number of votes. "

Furthermore, MP Mohammad al-Karbouli, a member of the parliamentary defense committee and security, for the formation of an investigative committee within the Commission over the abduction of 43 civilians from Tarmiya spend north of the capital said.

In a related development, the parliamentary honest head of the Hassan Salem said in a press conference held at the parliament building and attended by (long-Presse) that "there is a serious environmental catastrophe represented by the presence of contamination in the slaughter area and thirst, in Sadr City, eastern Baghdad, has increased since last year, resulting in a major threat to the lives of civilians in the region. "مجلس-النواب-يحدد-مواعيد-لاستجواب-ومساءلة


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