Maliki is mentally ill and to provide and display a doctor “psychological counseling”

Maliki is mentally ill and to provide and display a doctor “psychological counseling”


MalikiPalm – student Matsamu Anbar, on Tuesday, the international community to refer the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to justice, “and presented to the psychiatrist,” and stressed that al-Maliki is suffering from a “crisis of coups” critics Special Envoy of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler not to “visit the province,” in While Kobler representative expressed his hope that the succeeds b sitters “the formation of the protesters,” the delegation negotiating with the government to resolve the problems between the two parties.

The head of the Iraqi Awakening Ahmed Abu Risha, in a joint press conference with the political advisor to the UN envoy in Iraq, Marwan Ali, leader of the coalition, the Iraqi Ahmed al-Alwani, held in his home city of Ramadi (110 km) west of Baghdad that the government is accustomed to lying and laughing on the chins, indicating that Maliki is suffering from a crisis of coups and now plans to a coup, although the existence of a democratic project was approved by the UN ten years ago.

Abu Risha asked the international community to refer Maliki to eliminate and then presented to the medical committee or a psychiatrist because he is suffering from a crisis of coups, stressing that in light of continuing as Snchea the body of democracy soon.

For his part, criticized the leader of the Iraqi List, Ahmed al-Alwani UN envoy Martin Kobler’s “lack visit Anbar while going to visit Mr. Sistani and Mr. Barzani,” he said, adding, “Are we inferior to them.”

Alwani said that “This is the second meeting which brings us brother Marwan, and that the lack of satisfaction of the Brothers of the protesters toward Mr. Martin Kobler.”

He said al-Alwani said “Liabilities that he spoke by brothers sitters rights are usurped by the government, while the answer was the government Liabilities are executions,” noting that “most of the existing of the protestors and the brothers politicians they arrest warrant in accordance with Article (4 years),” in reference to Article (fourth from the anti-terrorism law).

Turn demanded a political adviser to the UN envoy Marwan Ali protestors to “the formation of a committee to negotiate with the government,” stressing “the importance of serious dialogue in order to reach a final solution in the demands of the demonstrators.”

He stressed that “Iraq is political dilemma and must be dealt with seriously by all parties, and this is a national duty because Iraq lives in the region is tense,” pointing out that “political solutions are the most successful in resolving differences through political dialogue” ..

He criticized the decision to postpone the elections in the provinces of Anbar and Nineveh, stressing that “the elections in all the provinces must be one within Iraqi law.”

He said the “decision to postpone the elections is a sovereign decision for the Iraqi government, and the United Nations has no role in this matter,” pointing out that “the UN role is limited to technical support for the Independent High Commission for Elections,” and stressed that “the next elections will be an Iraqi one hundred percent This is what we want to clarify it to the media. ”

The blocks outs to postpone the elections in Anbar announced, Sunday, (April 14, 2013) for a planned visit by UN mission chief in Iraq, Martin Kobler, to maintain mid-week, to discuss the possibility of setting a date of local elections, threatening that it will resort to other positions towards trying “disrupt the democratic process in Iraq, especially authoritarian ruling parties that follow the methods of dictatorship in its decisions,” If you did not result in meeting UN envoy for the result.

The Iraqi government decided, in (the 19 of March 2013), to postpone local elections in the provinces of Nineveh and Anbar at the request of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, for a period of six months, against the backdrop of a series of bombings by car bombs and improvised explosive devices rocked the provinces of Babil, Kirkuk, while the Baghdad lion’s share of them, It resulted in several neighborhoods of the capital killed and 207 injured in an initial toll.

But the special mission of the United Nations in Iraq (UNAMI) expressed reservations on the decision to postpone, and stressed that “there is no democracy without elections”, calling on the Council of Ministers to reconsider his decision.

And was 13 entity or political figure candidate for the local elections in Anbar province, announced on Saturday, (the 13 this April), formation of a coalition as (21 March) to demand not to postpone the elections, especially after the success of the special ballot without any breaches which “refute” the argument advocates for the delay, and called on the United Nations to monitor the elections for fear of “rigged” by the parties “authoritarian.”

The director of the Office of the Electoral Commission for elections in Anbar province, Khaled Rajab, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), earlier on Saturday, said that the process of the special ballot held to maintain the participation of 21 thousand of elements of the security forces from non resident provinces of Anbar and Nineveh, She emphasized that the voting process took place in 40 polling stations, amid tight security, while pointed Tammuz Organization to monitor the elections that the voting process took place smoothly nature in the general areas of the province.

And witnessing the provinces and regions predominantly Sunni demonstrations condemning the policy of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, since (the 21 of December 2012 the past), calls for a halt abuses against detainees and detention, release innocent of them, and the abolition of legal accountability, justice and the fight against terrorism, and the enactment of a general amnesty, and alter the course of the political process and end the policy of exclusion and marginalization and to balance the state institutions, and even though it came against the backdrop of the arrest of protection elements Issawi, the people of the western provinces and northern were and over the past years has demonstrated on several occasions against the current government policy and procedures against them, but it turned out now to demand the overthrow of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and to amend the constitution.