Deputy: No legal safeguards to protect al-Maliki from prosecution

Deputy: No legal safeguards to protect al-Maliki from prosecution

2014/8/4 10:52:04 AM

Deputy - No legal safeguards to protect al-Maliki from prosecutionBAGHDAD / Wi-News

Khalid said Mafraji leader of the coalition of national forces, and one of the leaders of the popular movement in the province of Kirkuk, said that “the attempt by some political parties bargaining Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, giving assurances that a legal prosecution in exchange for ceding the third term is unacceptable and will not accept it.”

He Mafraji “There is no text or an article in the constitution that allows to give guarantees to the owners or any person who was not the establishment of complaints or lawsuits against him in the case of abandonment of office.”

He added that “this is up to the Iraqi people, the day after this calamity and suffering and displacement, the situation is very difficult today, more than one-third of Iraq is suffering a tragic situations and then gives him what he wants.”

He continued leadership of the coalition of national forces that “this is a very difficult, or even discuss not only by us, but even of the National Alliance because it opposes the provisions and articles of the constitution.”

He Mafraji that “this matter is up to the political leaders to discuss the first to find a way to satisfy the Iraqi people that he does not accept to give up their right.”

At issue is the most prominent on the identity of the next prime minister after the stuck-Maliki to run for office and the widespread rejection of the political lists the Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish non-renewal of his third round.

He denied the day before yesterday, Prince Kanani leader of the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, the lack of a formal agreement on the exchange of roles and positions between Maliki and the current Vice President Khodair al.