Maliki commissioned a U.S. legal firm to protect him after his fall

Maliki commissioned a U.S. legal firm to protect him after his fall

04/04/2013

Maliki commissioned a U.S. legal firm to protect him after his fallPalm – Detection Vice President former required for the Iraqi government, Tariq al-Hashemi, said Thursday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki commissioned “in secret” legal firm American protection “after his fall,” and explained that Maliki confirms publicly his innocence of the “crisis worsening” in Iraq.

Hashemi said in a brief statement received “news agency palm,” a copy of it, that Maliki confirms publicly his innocence of the worsening crises in Iraq and delivered to others, but it was commissioned in secret U.S. legal firm to protect him after his fall.

The al-Hashemi revealed mandated Maliki to U.S. legal firm to defend him after he left for the office of the Prime Minister, one day after the announcement of the formation of the first body to defend the victims of a “massacre Hawija.”

The group of human rights in Kirkuk, announced that, on Wednesday, the formation of the first body to defend the victims of a “massacre Hawija,” while demanding the People’s Committees in the province to form an international investigation committee and sending envoys from the international community and the Muslim and Arab world to stand up for what you got.

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi forces stormed Square sit-in Hawija (55 km southwest of Kirkuk), Tuesday (23 April 2013), resulting in the killing and wounding at least 163 of the protesters and the loss and the arrest of hundreds of others.

And accused of human rights organizations and political figures, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his rule since 2006, condoning human rights violations that occurred before Iraqi security during military operations, the most prominent storm the Iraqi army to the Alzerkh (20 km east of Najaf) at (18 January 2007) under the pretext of the existence of armed groups are planning to seize the city of Najaf and intrusion has killed and wounded hundreds, as well as the arrest of hundreds of elements of the army of heaven.

The organizations also accused the Iraqi security forces to exercise human rights violations during Operation Charge of the Knights in 2008, which targeted the presence of militias in Basra province and a number of Iraqi cities.

And international organizations also recorded for violations during the Iraqi security forces broke up protests against the policies of the Iraqi government, and witnessed by the Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on (25 February 2011).

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