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D-Day for Ministers with interrogations, requests and accusations in the Parliamentary session.
D-Day for Ministers with interrogations, requests and accusations in the Parliamentary session.
The ruling regime's Ministers are under pressure with questions submitted by members of parliament. The ministers are expected to give accurate and truthful information to Parliament.
Monday, January 4,2010 12:07
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The ruling regime's Ministers are under pressure with questions submitted by members of parliament. The ministers are expected to give accurate and truthful information to Parliament.  MP's from the Muslim Brotherhood movement and opposition submitted over 120 questions which required explanation to various issues including squandering of public finances, corruption, illegitimate purchase of land, and cases of blackmail.

 

The MP's asserted that the continued corruption was a result of the government's negligence in holding the respective Ministers accountable for their irresponsibility and lack of conscience. The Ministers failed to perform their roles and accomplish projects some of which began years earlier. This has resulted in the deterioration of many departments and the time has come for each minister to answer in the Parliamentary session. Under the dome many questions are asked and under the dome they must be answered.  

tags: Parliamentary Session / Ministers / MB MP / Corruption / The Dome / D-Day
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