Maliki blackmailing human rights organizations and putting obstacles in front of any positive change in Iraq
Arab-European Center for Human Rights: Maliki blackmailing human rights organizations and putting obstacles in front of any positive change in Iraq
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 09:52
BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / … revealed Dr. Ayhan dry, Secretary of the Arab-European Center for Human Rights and international law, that the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, March Finally, the role of blackmail organizations turn a blind eye to monitor the political, security and economic abuses in Iraq, adding that the delegates Maliki tried to physically seduced, and offered them the allocation of an annual budget for their business, giving them with the territory inside Iraq.
He said dry in a statement to the newspaper “Middle East” that “Haider al-Abadi, the current Prime Minister of Iraq, will not be able to impose government reform and reduce corruption, unless Maliki stop interfering” pointing out that “putting obstacles in front of any positive change sought by the Iraqi citizen.” .
He warned the Arab-European Center for Human Rights and International Law, based in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, of the expansion of the organization Daash the region and the targeting of Arab Gulf states, adding that “that which threatens the security and stability in the Middle East, and may extend to European countries, stressing that” the organization of Daash It seeks to try to create discord between shades of the same people. ”
He said secretary general of the center, said that “the thought of Daash serves as a strategic direction intended by international intelligence agencies to destabilize the security in some countries, in order to weaken it as a prelude to control and dominate them,” and accused one of the regional countries to adopt such schemes, calling for “the need to take a position before the UN Security Council International about those acts. ”
He said that extremist organizations crimes, pour in the framework of the Arab national security threat, a Maystdei the need for cooperation and coordination of regional containment and settlement of Arab problems invested by some countries to serve its strategic goals, noting “the importance of taking into account the geographical expansion for” Daash “in Iraq and Syria are surprise. ”
He stressed that al-dry Daash differs from the “base” through its focus on the ideology of sectarian strength to play the sectarian strife and broadcast division, noting that he “supports the strategic camouflage while every now and then announce his intention to target other vital sites such as foreign embassies.” Adding that “Governments raise the values and principles of citizenship for their people by indulging in extremist ideology” .anthy 21 / b