al-Maliki seeks to issue an arrest warrant against al-Sadr on charges of inciting demonstrators
Policy Kuwaiti newspaper al-Maliki seeks to issue an arrest warrant against al-Sadr on charges of inciting demonstrators
May 7, 2016
Being president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki contacts with Iraqi political leaders and with its allies in Iran and meet with key figures in the Iraqi judiciary in order to issue arrest warrants against the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and his aides on charges of inciting demonstrators to storm the parliament and the Green Zone, early last week.
Confirmed the Kuwaiti newspaper, quoting sources, said the goal of the al-Maliki version of those notes is to prevent al-Sadr is in Iran to return to Iraq to eliminate the demonstrations and keep al-Maliki, the dominance of the National Alliance.
The sources warned that issuing arrest warrants or judicial investigation against al-Sadr and his aides will push things to the worst in Baghdad and lead an armed clash because the demonstrators and the Sadrists will not allow transfer of the chest to the defendant is required to eliminate.