Parliament questioned Defense Minister tomorrow on corruption charges 2015/10/2
Parliament questioned Defense Minister tomorrow on corruption charges
Hold the House of Representatives, on Saturday, its regular and its agenda includes the questioning of the Minister of Defense Khalid al-Obeidi, who faces charges of corruption and functional exceeded his powers.
It was scheduled that the parliament questioned al-Obeidi in its meeting last Tuesday, but House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri announced to postpone the questioning to next Saturday [tomorrow] at the request of the minister because he is busy matters related to military aspects.
And include a table of tomorrow's meeting the work according to a statement of the Council received by the agency all of Iraq [ where] a copy of it, "vote on the membership of some of Representatives health, and vote on the draft law on ratification of the Republic of Iraq on the Statute of the Council of the Arab Peace and Security Law."
It also includes the agenda, "the Health Committee's recommendations regarding the integration of the Ministry of Environment with the Ministry of Health, and after the show questioning of the Minister of Defense , displaying the work of the Finance Committee the second legislative year plan.
"She was a member of the Committee on Parliamentary Integrity high Nassif said to [where], that" the questions questioning Secretary of Defense submitted to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and seen by indicating that "Questions comprehensive saluting no administrative irregularities as well as exploitation Minister career to his personal reconciliation with the irregularities Administrative its decisions in the General Staff as well as several questions about the corruption of the contracts entered into by the ministry, "she said.
It will be Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, who reiterated his willingness to attend the questioning is the second minister in the government of Haider al-Abadi after Minister session electricity Qassim Fahdawi forward to parliament for questioning on charges of Fassad.anthy