State law: Maliki does not intend to attend the questioning Parliament

State law: Maliki does not intend to attend the questioning Parliament

The time on Wednesday, January 16 2 / January 2013 07:07 | |

Baghdad / Orr News

Revealed a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said the prime minister does not intend to attend the upcoming session questioning, while the Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed that the head of the government’s failure to سيفقده right to defend himself in front of the House of Representatives.

A leading force in the coalition of state law, who declined to be named, said Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki does not intend to attend the questioning session did not discuss this matter in recent meetings of the coalition of state law this week. The MP added close to al-Maliki said the decision to attend the questioning session or not is still early and premature and is not on the agenda of the Prime Minister.

Conversely Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Legal Committee Prince Kanani interrogation binding attendance for the prime minister and parliament will deal with Maliki’s decision not to attend the constitutional according to the legal frameworks, noting that armament deals will be high on the list to question the prime minister.

Kanani said interrogate the head of government is a constitutional motion for more than 50 deputies and the questions will be directed and shall be obligated to come to the parliament, and pointed out that the failure of al-Maliki will drop him right to defend himself. Kanani said no-confidence in the government will be determined in the light of the interrogation of al-Maliki and pointed out that the availability of evidence and convictions crowd will ensure a sufficient number of no-confidence in the government and the sacking of its chairman. The Vice-Chairman of the Legal Committee that the Parliament would give Maliki constitutional deadline for one week and is read interrogation questions to answer them or collecting signatures to submit a request to withdraw confidence from the Maliki and dismiss the government.