Call to dissolve parliament and parliamentary deputy confirms that the next worst

2016-08-02 23:00:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

The member of the parliamentary legal committee Judge Mahmoud al - Hassan on Tuesday, the judiciary and public prosecution by moving the proceedings and to take legal action against MPs who have been charged in the parliament session on Monday during questioning Defense Minister Khaled al - Obeidi 's meeting, calling for the dissolution of parliament.

Hassan said the coalition of state law , a member in a statement that "it is necessary to resolve the legislature or stop work because they become ineligible to carry out its functions , " adding that " the next worst."

He added that "what is released from the charges against a number of MPs are criminal offenses fall under the heading of financial corruption, calling on the judiciary to assume its responsibilities towards these crimes and prosecute the perpetrators and put an end to the constitutional and legal violations in the House of Representatives , which began to take no action membership objector them of Representatives health, and ended with scandals yesterday 's session. "

He said al - Hassan, that there are confessions broadcast by the media included a display bribes and cover up the crimes, which requires an urgent investigation.

And that these confessions tarnished the reputation of the House of Representatives which is not possible with the continuation of the work of this institution as discredited in front of the Iraqi people , regardless of the sufficiency of the evidence available or not.

He pointed to al - Hassan, that "there is almost certain Onabaa stating the existence of a deal agreed between some of the political blocs on an amnesty law for three thousand terrorists who have been sentenced to death for carrying out bombings claimed the lives of more than 100 thousand citizens."

The Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi may face earlier in the Integrity Commission to investigate the allegations raised in the questioning of the Minister of Defence in the House of Representatives hearing today about corrupted files and is cooperating with the investigation committees in the House of Representatives on the subject and not one is above the law . "

It is said that Defense Minister Khaled al - Obeidi, was accused in the interrogation at the parliament session today Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri and deputies to exercise extortion to pass arming decades around suspicions of corruption worth millions of dollars, while al - Jubouri , strongly denied the accusations and defense minister, describing them Palmsarhh to derail the questioning, declaring at the same time his intention to sue al - Obeidi to these accusations and hauling raised by the Commission on Public integrity to investigate them.