Deputy for Badr: The dismissal of ministers covered by accountability procedures will be rapid

2018/11/8 14:41


(Baghdad: al-Furat News) MP from the Badr bloc, Mahdi Taqi, that the dismissal of ministers covered by the procedures of accountability and justice will be quick.
Taqi told the {Euphrates News} that "Parliament receives today an official response from the Supreme National Authority for Accountability and Justiceto the members of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi to see it and so far have not received this response."
"If any minister takes accountability, our measures will be quick to change," he said.
He pointed out that "Abdul-Mahdi will provide the rest of the cabinet cabin at the next meeting and when the remaining eight will be said ministers will be covered by accountability procedures."
The Supreme National Authority for Accountability and Justice revealed the inclusion of two ministers out of the 22 ministers whose files were sent by the government.
The official spokesman of the body, Fares Abdul Sattar al-Mawla, said in a press statement that the body "sent a letter to the House of Representatives, which included a detailed explanation of the status of each of the 22 names had been sent to them by the government."
He stressed " the inclusion of two ministers their proceedings among the names sent. Without giving more details from them.
The House of Representatives Speaker Mohammed Halbusi, asked 25 of the last month of the board of accountability and justice , the statement of the position of the candidates for cabin ministerial" detailed and accurate. "
Said Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, on the charges against corruption, integrity, accountability and justice for some ministers last Tuesday , "we send out formal questions to all concerned Kalnsahh and criminal accountability, justice and received reports from each other and wait and do not want the charges based on hearsay and things attributed to them."
r The House of Representatives on 24 of last month, to give confidence to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, and 14 ministers in the cab