Khamenei warns the consequences of exposing al-Maliki on trial on corruption charges
Khamenei warns some Iraqi political leaders from the consequences of exposing al-Maliki on trial on corruption charges
March 21, 2016
Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (R), meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Tehran on June 9, 2008. Maliki, who lived in exile in Iran during Saddam’s dictatorship, is on his third visit to the country as prime minister. Ahmadinejad’s March visit to Iraq, the first by an Iranian president, was also hailed as a landmark in ties.
Political sources revealed that Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei warned in a mission to some Iraqi political leaders from the consequences of exposing former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on trial on charges of corruption messages.
The sources told the newspaper Kuwaiti politics that that among the issues that are likely to be tried because of al-Maliki, the cause of the fall of Mosul and the massacre Spyker in addition to the issue of ghost brass who have signed up in the ranks of the armed forces during his reign and signals sources said that the religious authority in Najaf, told Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi that he should act the subject of the fight against corruption and reforms without any interference from the Sun in an implicit reference to Iranian interference.