Maliki: Political rivalries and insults disrupt the country and the world mocks us

BAGHDAD / expressed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, his willingness to take responsibility towards the Iraqi people, while noting that the world is making fun of Iraq because of disputes between politicians on television and that disrupted everything in the country, explained that there are some politicians disbanding service projects to benefit electorally.

Maliki said during a festival of reconciliation and national sovereignty, and attended “obelisk”, “There is concern politically and conflicts daily between politicians until we became Mozka on television and became the world mocks us the world, especially that it is supposed to be keen on Iraq and on his reputation.”

Al-Maliki added that “everything is disabled in this country against the backdrop of political rivalries,” noting that “the projects and decisions, laws and budgets code because of insults and political rivalries.”

Maliki said that “today total aims responsibility to the Prime Minister and I take responsibility for and ready for everything,” Maliki asked “Why do not ministers responsible ministries divided between all the components.” And went to warn of a return to sectarian and said, “What a fetus from the previous dictatorial regime only wars and a collapsed economy and what an embryo from sectarianism.”

The remarks by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in conjunction with the demonstrations in the cities of Anbar province, and the demonstrators cut off the international highway against the backdrop of the crisis arrest protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi.