Iraq will not interrogating al-Maliki for fear of opening some files on corruption and terrorism

Chihod: Iraq will not interrogating al-Maliki for fear of opening some files on corruption and terrorism

Tuesday,  January 15 2 / January 2013 12:05

[Baghdad – where]

Vice excluded from a coalition of state law questioning the leader of the coalition of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House of Representatives files and political issues related to the performance of the government.

The MP said Mohammed Chihod told all of Iraq [where] “in appreciation that the Iraqi List will not go to the interview Maliki for fear of opening the files committed claimants interrogation and they are many, and political crises that occur between now and then is because of them and that to cover up those files relating to all aspects including where corruption and support for terrorism. ”

“And therefore we are sure that the interrogation is waving paper not only will not go to the interview in real terms.”

The head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi has announced receipt of the eighth month a request from a number of MPs to grill Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, while announced in the House of Representatives for further action targeting al-Maliki is the enactment of the mandate of the three presidencies.

Iraq has been a political crisis led continuing to exit popular demonstrations in the provinces of Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin demand the release of detainees and prisoners and the issuance of the amnesty law and the abolition of Justice and Accountability Law [de-Baathification previously] and article [4] terrorism, balancing, and other demands.

In a move observers counted as a response to the demands of the demonstrators Cabinet has formed a ministerial committee consisting of seven ministers and chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani to receive requests for the demonstrators “legitimate and consistent with the Constitution” for the purpose of study and the possibility of its implementation.

And insisted the Committee of Seven several recommendations, notably concerning procedures accountability and justice law and file of the detainees.

And was one of the results of the Committee’s recommendations supervision Monday on the immediate implementation of one of its decisions, the release of detainees in the Iraqi Corrections Service, where freed [335] suspended. Ended 2.