Legal committee begins by moving the files to prepare for questioning Maliki

Legal committee begins by moving the files to prepare for questioning Maliki

14/06/2012 14:25

Baghdad, June 14 (Rn) – The Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr on Thursday that a legal committee will begin next week, preparing files for the “violations” constitutional willingness to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House. and the political parties claim to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki have agreed in Erbil recently to form a committee joint information of the three blocs claim of no confidence and the formation of a legal committee also blocs participating prepares files that condemns al-Maliki. The leader of the movement and member of the Prince Kanani, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the Commission will commence next week’s meeting to discuss the files included violations of constitutionality, “noting that” most of the next meetings will be held in Baghdad. ” The Kanani “We are dealing of the issue Batarha constitutional and in accordance with the Rules of Procedure of the House of Representatives and therefore must be questions if the interrogation directed concerning violations of the Constitution or the law and violations of financial and abuses of the powers . ” Among the most prominent advocates of no-confidence cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani and the Iraqi coalition. stepped up Maliki’s critics of their meetings to get out a consolidated version pave to isolate al-Maliki from office through the ballot in the House of Representatives, after accusing him of exclusivity.involved the coalition in Iraq to Maliki’s government and has about eight ministers. Sadr is also involved with most of the service ministries with the participation of the Kurds. supporters say the prime minister that he is dealing according to the law and asked his critics to amend the Constitution which granted broad powers by the criticism. From: Raman Brosk. Open: Murtaza Yousuf

Source: aknews