Deputy for the National: the next interrogations minister will be more severe and stringent

Deputy for the National Alliance said that interrogations next prime minister in the House of Representatives will be more severe and stringent. And between Ahmed al-Asadi told all of Iraq [where] that "the pressure of religious authority and the public and the willingness of the parties to proceed with the reform process will make the process of questioning ministers different than in the past because the parliament will be exposed to the Iraqi people in the way the management of these interrogations, cooperation and interaction with the answers the questioner, and thus make decisions commensurate with the nature of the stage. "He added that" what happened in the interrogation of Electricity Minister Qassim Fahdawi will make the next interrogations minister tougher and tougher, "noting that" questions addressed to the questioner, and his answers which certainly will attempt in which to convince the interrogators and members of the House of Representatives. "He ruled out al-Asadi said "There is an agreement between the political blocs when interrogating minister," stressing that the voice of the people is the one who will top in the House of Representatives.
"It is said that there are several attempts to question the ministers in the House of Representatives. The MP for the National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari revealed's [where] for collection files to interrogate the ministers of defense and education, as revealed in the oil and energy parliamentary member Mazen Mezni's [where] on the quest for his committee to question the deputy prime minister for energy affairs in the previous government Hussain al-Shahristani on oil licensing rounds with companies Alajunbah.anthy decades.