Jubouri of Ebadi: Senstjob ministers and officials

Brother - Baghdad - Told House Speaker Saleem al-Jubouri, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said the parliament will not only questioned the Minister of Electricity Qassim Fahdawi.

A source in the National Forces Alliance, said that "al-Jubouri told Abadi during their meeting yesterday the home of the speaker of parliament, the House of Representatives will not only questioned the Minister of Electricity, but will question ministers and other officials in a number of outposts on the background of the deterioration of the service situation."

The source confirmed Jubouri that "the House of Representatives will exercise his oversight, and will not favoring any official, whatever its location."

The National Forces Alliance, yesterday held a meeting chaired by the leader of Salim al-President of the Parliament and in the presence of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

According to a source familiar with the "meeting house Jubouri and discussed a number of files of which involve the participation of the tribes of Western governorates in the popular crowd and caught the ground and the treatment of victims Daash gangs, whether civilians or fighters as martyrs and have them full moral and material rights of the martyr."

"We also discussed the meeting of important laws in the House of Representatives and ways of cooperation of all the blocks in the speed of approval, including the criminalization of the Baath Party, amnesty and legal project", adding that "the meeting discussed the problem and the suffering of the displaced in the bridge Bzabz - the entrance of Baghdad west of the point of the province of Anbar and finding practical solutions to end their suffering. "

The House of Representatives, decided during its meeting yesterday questioning Electricity Minister Qassim Fahdawi based on a parliamentary request submitted by 65 deputies to the presidency of the parliament.

Experiencing the capital Baghdad and the provinces of several popular demonstrations in protest against the energy crisis and rampant corruption.