Sources: the government revealed plans to file a “serious” from the connector next week

Sources: the government revealed plans to file a “serious” from the connector next week

Monday, June 25, 2012 16:34

BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News / .. Informed sources revealed that the government will announce next week’s important files relating to Mosul province, on both sides of political and security fields.
A source high-level official told / Baghdadiya News / “The next weekend will blow up government surprise about what is happening in Mosul and doubts raised about the movements of Ethel Najafi and the real reason behind his dismissal.”
The source, who preferred anonymity for the sensitivity of the subject that “Ethel Nujaifi becoming a source of concern for the Iraqi government, especially after persuading the Kurds conditions Gadma to return to the provincial council despite the failure of efforts internationalism and American in the end cut off ties, but it did not come the outcome remember,” adding that “the government noted during the period years to frequent meetings with the stricken U.S. Mobil for the extraction of oil, and representatives of the Kurdistan Regional Government officials, as well as some Turks, all of these moves take place away from the central government and is now gathering all the information about the likelihood of signing oil contracts are unconstitutional. ”
The source confirmed that “al-Maliki is determined to keep his post Najafi, especially with the recent political crisis that gripped the country and its position of supporting parties to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister.”
He was a member of parliament for the province of Nineveh Ahmed Jubouri said, Friday in a statement to the Agency / Baghdadiya News /, the approval of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to request Congress for maintaining dismiss conservative Ethel Najafi, noting that he referred the request to Parliament with a view to voting on it, but Najafi take action to try to deport The political crisis from Baghdad to Nineveh. Finished / 21.
Source: albaghdadianews