Sadr al-Maliki is trying to postpone or cancel the election .. Watch out

Saturday, April 14, 2012 11:39

BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News / .. warned cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is seeking Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to postpone or cancel the election.

Sadr said in response to a question about the arrest of Faraj Haidari, head of the Electoral Commission said: “It was this arrest by precisely the brother of Prime Minister and the cause of detention needs to be evidence.”

He added: “The arrest him for this reason with most of it is on the ground, is PLAGUE and clear bias.”

He said al-Sadr: “The arrest must be under penalty of law, not under the yoke of dictatorship, and most important point that it is in the interest of Mr. Prime Minister, as I think he was seeking to postpone or cancel the election .. watch out.”…

The head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, has called for a review a decision of arrest of the President of the Electoral Commission Faraj al-Haidari and a member of the Board of Commissioners immediately Karim al-Tamimi, describing the decision as a blatant violation and serious prejudice to the political process.

A statement of the presidency of Barzani as saying the province had received / Baghdadiya News / copy of it: We call to review the decision to arrest immediately the right of Commission President and Chairman of the Board of Commissioners and to stop the persistent abuse of the democratic process “..

He added to all parties and democratic forces and national in the country to take these risks into account before they lead to the occurrence of what is much more serious. “

He pointed out that such a decision but rather aimed at the independence of the Election Commission, and is intended to pre-empt the democratic process through the control of the independent organization concerned with the conduct of the electoral process in the country. “

The head of the Office of the Independent Electoral Ya Faraj al-Haidari currently detained in the station of integrity may face charges for the coalition of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of being behind his arrest and the head of the electoral Karim al-Tamimi for political reasons, aimed at dismantling the Commission.

He said al-Haidari, who belongs to the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, said that “political objectives behind his arrest at the center of the investigation of the Integrity Commission in Baghdad, confirming the absence of anything concrete against them,” adding that “all who draw them from charges malicious and untrue, and show that the political aims behind this process, the purpose of dismantling the Electoral Commission and controlled by a political bloc that owns the MP for the coalition of state law Hanan al. “/ Finished / 21 /–AkLAkKn-nYOIO-AkO-bavnk-AN-AkiAs-AkAlbgABAb–JaGdENA.html