Maliki .. file a lawsuit challenging the decision to dismiss him!

Maliki .. file a lawsuit challenging the decision to dismiss him!


Maliki - file a lawsuit challenging the decision to dismiss himDoors reference news.

It seems that former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has not yet convinced by the decision of his dismissal from his post as deputy president of the republic, amid reveal new corruption scandals during his previous government.

Maliki has met a few days ago with the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Jan Kubis, inside his office at the seat of government, in a clear challenge to his dismissal decision taken by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi recently.

Maliki went even further, as it has recently filed a lawsuit challenging the decision to dismiss him, as quoted by media reports on the sources of the Supreme Judicial Council in the state.

It recognized the Iraqi government, earlier, the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic of the three, assumed by Nuri al-Maliki, and Iyad Allawi, and Osama Najafi, in the context of a campaign by al-Abadi on corruption in Iraq.

Observers did not rule out, Maliki’s return to his post as First Vice Chairman, based on what stipulated in the Iraqi constitution of the need for a “Senior Vice” President of the Republic.

This al-Maliki’s attempts to return the Iraqi political interface of new, came amid continued reveal corruption scandals have occurred in the past years (2006-2014), during which the man who served as prime minister.

Has revealed a member of the Integrity Committee in the Iraqi parliament, Nuri al-Adel, the existence of “big corruption” in Iraq Serbian aircraft purchase contracts, according to the means of the Iraqi media reported two days ago.

Said Nuri, deputy in the Iraqi parliament from the Kurdistan Islamic Union Party: “We have reached through careful follow-up to the company which was to conclude contracts with them has been filtered in a decade, leaving no trace of her.”

He added that “it was doubling the allocation of tens of times the prices compared with the real price of the aircraft, as well as the aircraft was purchased to be old.”