U.s. House of Representatives wants disclosure report Mueller

The U.s. House of Representatives wants the report by Robert Mueller about the Russian interference in the presidential elections is made public.

The House of Representatives last Thursday, by an overwhelming majority, adopted a motion in which the disclosure is sought.

According to insiders in Washington and Mueller engaged with the final leg of his extensive report. In principle, the special prosecutor, who in mid-2017, was appointed his final report to the minister of Justice. This does then, in his own words report of the report to Congress.

In principle, the Congress, the minister is not to force the entire report to make it public. But with the adoption of this motion gives the House, that since January, a Democratic majority has, however, a bright signal. This will be the minister of Justice, William Barr under pressure.

Minister of justice has the ‘transparency’ promised

The minister has already said that he is “transparent” about the report of Mueller. Some Republicans in the House of Representatives called the motion of the Democrats, therefore, a waste of time. “We now call on the minister to follow the law, as he has promised”, according to a Republican delegate.

Incidentally, in the House of Representatives, as Barr, the report will not disclose, Mueller request under oath, to come testify about his report. Some Democrats have already said to the court, the court will order the disclosure of the documents of Mueller to enforce.

The research of Mueller has so far led to 34 indictments against employees and former employees of the president, Donald Trump and the White House.

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