Source: split in parliament about the completion of the interrogation and the defense minister tomorrow and weights to delay
[Oan- Baghdad]
reported an informed source, the House of Representatives, testifies seats divided over complete the questioning of Defense Minister Khaled al - Obeidi, whether or not, in a parliamentary session on Tuesday.
The source told all of Iraq [where] that "there is a split between the House of Representatives on the completion of the interrogation and Defence Minister session tomorrow . Some insist completed tomorrow and the others wanted to delay it and lift it from the agenda of the meeting"
is scheduled to resume the House of Representatives, its normal, and includes its agenda complete the questioning of defense Minister Khaled al - Obeidi.
the parliament has started to interrogate al - Obeidi at its Monday, accused of which the minister parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri and MPs and officials to exercise extortion to pass arming decades around suspicions of corruption worth millions of dollars, said al - Jubouri , "March political blackmail to pass operations arming and buy cars for transmission to those close to him for the purpose of obtaining kickbacks to Iraqi blood account for decades. "
the Minister of defense, Wednesday testified to the integrity Commission, and gave her files and documents belonging to his charges, also presented yesterday his testimony Commission parliamentary integrity and gave her a compact disc [CD] contain on the soundtrack to the defendants through blackmail him also revealed Allganh.
he denied the parliament speaker Salim al - Jubouri accused al - Obeidi, said lifting lawsuit against him.
and issued the judiciary and the court integrity decree banning the travel of the defendants named in the questioning session, including al - Jubouri. 's
office said al - Jubouri, the "Karkh court , issued on Sunday, bringing in a memorandum against the defense minister for defamation means the public is not to rely on evidence of identification. "
the President of the parliament today testified in the integrity Commission about the charges against him.