National: what happened yesterday's session would have dire implications for punishme
National: what happened yesterday's session would have dire implications for punishment
Attabrt national parliamentary bloc, Sunday, that what happened in the House of Representatives session on Saturday will have repercussions , "ominous", stressing the need to move away from the language of escalation and leave the interrogations proceed legal Batrha.
The bloc Prime Kadhim al - Shammari said in a statement, said that "what happened in the vote on the conviction answers Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari of holding hands and abuses of hearing is something we wish we were not winning at this critical time of life of the political process."
He added that the "interrogation constitutional right of members of Parliament within the line of duty oversight and there are mechanisms developed by the constitution and rules of procedure for the completion of the event, and surprised by what happened in the parliament session yesterday at the time we were we saw a session last Thursday questioning culturally and professionally and did not Taatkhalh any negative disruption."
He pointed out that " the Iraqi street has been waiting for the legislature amends for past the negatives and the advancement of a way that contributes to the eradication of corruption and build a state of distant institutions cry from the lineups partisan , " noting that "what happened session on Saturday will have repercussions dire punishment and will have a directly to the parties that have adopted these behaviors. "
The al - Shammari, " the need to move away from the language of escalation and left questioning the Minister of Finance process and any future questioning of any executive process of moving legal Batrha and express their positions through the procedures that permitted by law and the rules of procedure of discussion, dialogue and voting , each according to his conviction."