International team of investigators to look into the fate of Iraq’s money lost .. Maliki back to the office (details)
In conjunction with the arrival of the international team of investigators to look into the fate of Iraq’s money lost .. Maliki back to the office (details)
11-10-2016 01:18 PM
Orbit News –
In conjunction with the arrival of the international team of investigators to look into the fate of Iraq funds lost during the reign of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of the country between 2006 and 2014, and with leaks stresses near the investigative hearing about involved the fall of Mosul file, however, the organization (Daesh), the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq ratified cancel the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi dismissal of the three vice-president, Nouri al-Maliki and Osama al-Nujaifi and Iyad Allawi, for violating the Constitution, also issued last it ruled that the invalidity of the dismissal of al-Abbadi for five of the top general managers in the country within the political and administrative reform steps launched by al-Abadi earlier this year sparked a crisis and wide in the country.
He announced the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq, in a statement, that ‘the Supreme Federal Court held its today (yesterday) in its entirety, considered a lawsuit to challenge the decision of your Prime Minister to abolish the posts of Vice President of the Republic’, noting that ‘the Federal Supreme Court found that the presence of Vice, or more to the president is compelled to Article (69 / II) of the Constitution. ‘
The statement pointed out that ‘the judicial decision stated that the presence of one or more Deputy President of the Republic oblige stipulated by the Constitution to require the public interest to prevent a vacuum in the executive branch-Presidency of the Republic.’
It pointed out that ‘the contested decision to be unconstitutional abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic has been issued contrary to what was drawn by Article 142 of the Constitution, shall be contrary to the provisions requiring government to be unconstitutional. ” According to the court decision, the three vice-president will be able to return to their posts once again and restore legal immunity to them, as well as privileges, and have the right to recover all their salaries and rights imposed by this position and that retroactively.
Abadi issued in August / August 2015 decision to abolish the posts of Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki and Osama al-Nujaifi and Iyad Allawi, in the first steps of reform to fight corruption. Iraqi President Fuad Masum, endorsed the decision to cancel these positions after the release of about three weeks.
In the first local feedback, the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr attacked the court’s decision, calling on his supporters to popular demonstrations at the gate to the court after the end of the ceremony of commemoration of Ashura. To postpone his return to the ruling coalition of the country’s negotiations also announced.
Sadr said in a statement, said that ‘many things have happened devote corruption and trying to return it, including the repeal of the Federal Court dismissal of the Vice-Presidency of the Republic, delaying the choice of ministers incompetent and independent defense and interior ministries, and some are trying to grab them and hamper negotiations with the so-called National Alliance, and their insistence on some things The wrong’. He called for a ‘massive popular demonstrations after the Ashura ceremony in front of the court to bring reform to the voice of the supporters of corruption’.
And it decided to chest ‘to postpone the negotiations with the National Alliance, after thanking Negotiating Committee for its’, calling on people to ‘willingness to sit a second open, without promises, if the government does not serious steps to appoint ministers specialists and independents for the security ministries’. He threatened other B’oagafh chest and back if the outgoing ministries and the article is returned. ‘
Following al-Sadr statement Nuri al-Maliki wrote on his account on the site ‘Twitter’ saying: ‘respected the court’s decision and to correct errors is essential, and we reject guerrilla threats that you want to move the judiciary and the executive according Aklyatea deviant’, in what seemed a response to Sadr’s statement.
In the meantime, the same court decided to cancel Ebadi’s decision to dismiss five other officials degree director general in the ministries of health, culture, planning and trade as well as Director General of the Tourism Authority Hamad al-Yacoubi, and ordered Barjallm to their jobs.