Allawi: Maliki in big trouble because of his policies improvisational

Allawi: Maliki in big trouble because of his policies improvisational

15/09/2012 12:50

Arbil September 15 / September (AKnews) – The leader of the coalition in Iraq, Saturday, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in big trouble because of his policies improvisational, adding that the hunt judges Mosul and arbitrary arrests confirm the absence of national reconciliation in Iraq, dead already, according to the newspaper “Today” Saudi Arabia. quoted Iyad Allawi as saying during an interview, published in the issue dated today, that “al-Maliki in big trouble because of his policies improvisational and stardom in freefall,” pointing out that “the disposition issue, Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi this method can lead to more congestion in the circumstances inflamed already, and there observations and wide about the safety of this approach and its legality, except he did not act responsible of the government and the judiciary. ” Allawi added the newspaper that “the feet of the government to uproot 32 judges in the province of Nineveh, arbitrary arrests taking place in Iraq confirms Always on the absence of national reconciliation in the country, “asserting that” national dialogue in Iraq killed were buried under the soil a long time ago. ” He added by saying that “not for the committed Iranian intransigence and its influence growing in Iraq can be had for the coalition in Iraq to play a leading role in the stability and integrity of the country and the region and all that waged against the coalition and against me personally lies and attempts of intimidation and threat we still play a distinct role, “noting that” he has great hope to recover Iraq, especially since the political landscape in the region and the world is changing and will not be a change for the benefit of Iran definitely. ” and noted leader Iraqi that “politicized judiciary was a direct cause to wrap the noose around the necks of Saudis sentenced to death in Iraq.” It was the Iraqi judiciary has issued last week sentenced in absentia to death Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and his chief Ahmed Qahtan after being convicted on four counts of murder Director General in the Ministry of National Security, and an officer in the Ministry of the Interior, and a lawyer, and in addition to killing six Iraqi judges.Open: Aso Haji

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