Ali al-Dabbagh employee contract! .. Prime Minister’s Office terminate his contract

Ali al-Dabbagh employee contract! .. Prime Minister’s Office terminate his contract and a contract with Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese spokesman alternative?!!


Palm – source revealed, that the Prime Minister’s Office decided to dispense with Dr. Ali al-Dabbagh and terminate his contract for the position of spokesman for the Iraqi government and the appointment of the Minister of Human Rights Muhammad Xiaa Sudanese instead.

The source told that the Prime Minister’s Office ended the contract signed between Ali al-Dabbagh, the Office of the Prime Minister for the position of the Iraqi government spokesman, adding that this means termination of the contract Dabbagh from the post Natqah which was signed to take over tasks following the abolition of the Ministry Natqah because Limbering government end of 2011.

The source added that the Bureau decided to “contract” with the Minister of Human Rights Muhammad Xiaa Sudanese Affairs to act as spokesman for the Iraqi government rather than Skinner.

This confirmed a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Thursday, that the Russian side informed Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki the names of intermediaries who entered on line negotiating on Russian arms deal, while noting that the entry was made without the knowledge of the government.

Ammar Al-Shibli said in a media interview that the Russian side said the Iraqi delegation and the General Commander of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki that some persons claiming to be entitled to mediate between Baghdad and Moscow on the arms deal, noting that the Russians had told Maliki the names of these intermediaries.

Shibli said that mediators entered on line negotiating without the knowledge of the government, pointing out that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki denied are the Russian delegation entitled, including Iraqi officials who dealt with their names and the media.

The Shibli, a deputy from the coalition of state law that the suspicion of corruption did not occur in the Russian arms deal, but occurred in the negotiation, pointing out that the Parliament voted on the members of the Special Commission of Inquiry and file committees that include integrity, security and legal committee.

He Shibli saying that “the Iraqi delegation held negotiations with the Russian delegation in Moscow with high transparency,” he said, adding that “See factories weapons that Iraq intended to buy.”

The government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said, earlier he had warned Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki the existence of suspicions of corruption around the arms deal Russia before heading to Moscow, also renewed his denial of any connection to corruption, which is about the arms deal Russian, and denied al-Maliki, Also on Wednesday, to be Dabbagh had told him the existence of suspicions of corruption in the deal, and stressed that it did not cost Dabbagh any task on this matter.

Skinner was, had demanded (10 November 2012), Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a thorough investigation Russian arms deal and clear his name rolling “unjustly.”

And confirmed the Liberal bloc of the Sadrist movement in, (November 20, 2012), that the accusation close to the office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to receive commissions from the Russian side to pass the arms deal can not be “passed unnoticed,” calling Maliki to detect those involved in that transaction, demanded the prevention of suspects who participated in this transaction from traveling outside the country.

The Kurdistan Alliance announced, (20 November 2012), that the House of Representatives formed a committee to investigate the arms deal with Russia, saying that it includes members of the Integrity Committee and the parliamentary security and defense.

He revealed Ali al-Moussawi, media advisor to the Prime Minister, in the (November 10, 2012), the latter canceled the Russian deal in excess of four billion dollars, after returning from Moscow after suspicions of corruption, but he intends to renegotiate with Defense Minister agency Saadoun Dulaimi Cancel The deal, stressing that it has the responsibility to the Iraqis on any suspicion of corruption.