Iraq: Parliament sets the fifth of May date for the writer to question him and to obey

21/04/2012 PM - 2:26 p.m. | Hits: 8


Announced that the Iraqi List, Saturday, that the Board of Deputies identified the fifth of May next date for the questioning of the Minister of Higher Education on the writer, and while asking him to "obey" to the motion, believing that it did not come in "Circle of the charge."

A spokesman for the list Haider Mulla during a press conference held today at Parliament House that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives identified during the session of the 37 held, today, the fifth of May next date for the questioning of the Minister of Higher Education on the writer," and urged the writer to "comply with the the motion. "

Al Mulla said that "there is a request from the writer refers to not accept the motion," saying that "he did not come to the Parliament will make the service charge and would violate the law and the Constitution."

And asserted that "there is no legal justification to call him not to come," noting that "the issue of interrogation include six issues, including the issue of irregularities in appointments in the ministry and the disclaimers and the equivalence of diplomas and Deputations."

The Iraqi List, announced, on the fifth of this April, told Parliament that the Minister of Higher Education on the writer questioned the request during the next ten days, while confirming that the interrogation process will be professional and will reveal the attempts to politicize the universities that pursued by the writer.

As announced, on 9 March 2012, adopted on motion to question the writer, made by the deputy Haider Mulla, confirming that the request came on the back of unprofessional practices have taken place in the ministry.

The spokesman for the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, on 7 March 2012, that 80 MPs have signed a formal request submitted to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to question the writer, between the subject of questioning the minister comes to the lack of commitment to the Constitution and the laws and the politicization of universities.

The Minister of Higher Education Former member of the current parliament for the Iraqi List, whose staff accused, in the November 9, 2011, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research on the writer to work according to the approach "sectarian" in the management of his ministry, saying the time the end of the preparations for the questioning of the minister of parliament to know the reasons "weeded out and the exclusion of" the ministry cadres.

In turn accused the writer on 19 October 2011, his predecessor, whose staff he was running the ministry "guidance by the Baath Party," while the response Ajili then, that the appointments who have been uprooted were by the law, and accused the writer closer Baathists senior members of the dissolved entities out because of their loyalty to him, pointing out that the nine members of the Higher Education Commission in the Parliament which is chaired by the writer agree on procedures to implement the resolutions of accountability and justice against the owners and his ministry.

The leader of the coalition of state law on Alfalh considered, on 17 October 2011, that the indictment of the Iraqi Minister of Higher Education racism "is incorrect and targeting al-Maliki personally and his coalition," and stressed that the ministry is controlled asset in a "sectarian" from one component at a rate of more than 80 %, and pointed out that it was a "sectarian" in the era of the former minister whose staff.