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Tuesday, December 08, 2 / January 2013 17:03 | [Baghdad – where]
Recognizes House Speaker Osama Nujaifi on a request from a number of MPs to grill Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
He’s media office Ngeevi, in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that “demand has fulfilled conditions legal in accordance with Article  VII [c] of the Constitution, which stipulates that [to a member of the House of Representatives and the approval of twenty-five members, directing questioning to the Prime Minister or the ministers to hold them accountable for the affairs under their specialty debate is taking place in the interrogation only after at least seven days of its submission.
“We also met the demand of Article  of the Rules of Procedure, which states [request direct questioning in writing to the President of the Council signed by the person requesting the questioning and the approval of twenty-five members, at least, stating the general subject of interrogation and a statement of the matters questioned them, and the facts and the main points covered by the interrogation and the reasons underlying provider interrogation, and the face of the offense which he attributes to the face of the interrogation, and has questioned the grounds to support its view. shall not include questioning things contrary to the Constitution or the law or phrases indecent, or be related to matters do not fall the jurisdiction of the government or be sponsored by a private or personal interest of the interrogator, and may not apply for questioning on the subject of the Council has already separated when there has not been new facts to justify it.
The Iraqi List, today submitted a request to sign  deputies from the list to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House of Representatives.
The parliamentary source for [where] today, “it was a request, signed by  deputies from the Iraqi List, to the presidency of the Council of Representatives to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the” misuse of authority and passed on demonstrators in Mosul and Anbar and the exclusion of some personalities of the Justice and Accountability Law. ”
“The interrogation will the Iraqi List MP Salman Jumaili,” noting that “enhanced demand documents and the names of the officials who Asttnahm Maliki of accountability and justice.”
And Anbar witnessing demonstrations and sit-ins sustained two weeks ago to demand the release of prisoners and the abolition of Article 4 terrorism and the Justice and Accountability Law, and other demands.