Maliki and security leaders in the “prison” after the next parliamentary session

Maliki and security leaders in the “prison” after the next parliamentary session


Maliki and security leaders in the Palm – likely deputy from the Liberal bloc to be Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the “jail” during the next parliamentary session, and not as prime minister because of the crimes committed against the Iraqi people.

Jawad al-Hasnawi said in a press statement: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will be in prison and not the prime minister during the next session, the large number of committed crimes against the Iraqi people, blaming him direct responsibility for the blood of Iraqis started flowing.

Hasnawi said that al-Maliki Yemeni himself waking dreams virginity of a third session after the failures of existing security failures and lack of success Bay file, wondering how overpowers the necks of Iraqis and be more in vain for their blood.

He said al-Maliki was now in jail for not ruling coalition of state law to defend him defense مستميتا, even if the judiciary is politicized with a real parliament not to defend the spoilers.

He stressed Hasnawi that the prison will also include the Director of the Office of the Commander in Chief and the team Qassim Atta and the team called Hgati head of counter-terrorism and Lieutenant General Abboud Qanbar al-Maliki and the team Abdul-Karim al-Araji, and the team Ali Ghaidan and Minister of Defense Agency Saadoun al-Dulaimi, Adnan al-Asadi senior agent of the Interior and many others for the murder of Iraqis and the violation of human rights of Iraq In addition to financial corruption, and the Kurdistan Alliance was announced, Sunday, support for the take over Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki faces third term as prime minister, saying there is no legal provision in the Constitution opposes it.

The House voted, on 26 January last, validation and a majority of 170 MPs on the Law of the mandate of the three presidencies amid objection members of the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to vote.

Maliki’s coalition announced submitted an appeal to the Federal Supreme Court for determining the Parliament Act mandates of the three presidencies as “contrary to the Constitution.”