Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) MP, Mohammed al-Karboli, of the Iraqiya Slate announced that the ministers of the IS will not adhere to the decision of the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, to grant them a compulsory vacation.
Speaking to Iraqi News (IraqiNews.com), he said “The IS ministers will continue their tasks in their ministries and will not attend the meetings of the Council of Ministers till adhering to the demonstrators’ demands.”
“The decision over granting them a compulsory vacation was not taken by the CoM, but by Maliki himself,” he added.
“The IS did not decided to suspend from the CoM yet because its ministers were assigned by the parliament and it is the only side that can dismiss them,” he concluded.
Earlier, the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, granted the ministers of the Iraqiya Slate an obligatory vacation.
MP, Jamal al-Batiekh stated to Iraqi News (IraqiNews.com) “Maliki decided to grant the IS ministers an obligatory vacation and to replace them with their replacements within the IS.”
The Ministers of the Iraqiya Slate announced after the Slate’s meeting at the house of the Deputy Premier, Salih al-Mutleg, on last Monday that they will boycott the session of the Council of Ministers to protest putting off the demonstrators’ demands.