Hashemi: death sentence “unjust” and Maliki wants sectarian strife

Hashemi: death sentence “unjust” and Maliki wants sectarian strife

10/09/2012 13:48

Arbil September 10 / September (Rn) – Description Iraqi Vice President sentenced to death Tareq al-Hashemi Monday’s decision of the Iraqi judiciary as “unjust” and said that his trial a “sham” and that he will not leave Turkey and return to Iraq within 30 days, as is required of him. Hashemi said at a news conference Ankara broadcast on Iraqi media many he refuses to rule because it “unfairly” and described the judiciary as “politically motivated”. adding that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the elimination completed their final phase of this trial, which he described as a “farce”. urged Hashimi to Maliki, accusing him of fomenting sectarian tensions . Maliki accused chased politically and refuse to appear before the court said it was biased. and called on the Iraqi people not to give al-Maliki and stand behind him the opportunity to say “I call upon the Iraqi people to stand up to al-Maliki and his aides who want sectarian strife.” Murtaza Yousuf

Source: aknews