These are the terms of the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to step down!

These are the terms of the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to step down!


These are the terms of the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to step downI learned (writings) that the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki will present conditions in the coming hours to step down to a meeting convened by the leadership of the National Alliance in Baghdad Shiite.

And informed political source (writings) that al-Maliki set conditions in return for giving up the prime minister and to assign irreplaceable includes 28 points.

The most prominent conditions Maliki this: lack of prosecution Oomlahakh the pillars of his party and his office and his relatives legally or financially (not to open any files corruption) or judicial (not to raise any orders issued (arrests and torture.)
also stipulated that al-Maliki, head of a coalition of state law granting locations presidential choice is or nominated by a (Vice President) and not within the calculated position of the points that are fabricated and the distribution of positions between the political blocs .. and also not counting points site Haider Abadi, first deputy chairman of the House of Representatives.

In addition to that required Maliki to grant the coalition and key ministries, including one sovereign (internal) .. and that retains all of the buildings and property currently occupied by the leaders of his party, including his home and his office and the location of the meetings of the rule of law, which was called the Black Hawk .. and maintains a 2,500 protect him personally Full salaries that are not subjected to any security authority, and does not say their names.

Not only did the so-Maliki, but also stipulated to abandon his claim that the state retains the third five presidencies independent bodies, including integrity .. in addition to the other conditions of security, financial and Adariaadidh.

On the other hand, The Washington Post reported that the cleric’s most influential in Iraq, Ali al-Sistani called on Iraqi politicians across the Friday prayer sermon delivered by his representative, Mr. Ahmed net not to make themselves “obstacle” in the country’s transition with the approaching deadline for the selection of the next prime minister.

The paper points out that al-Sistani’s comments were “indirectly another appeal by the cleric to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to step down.” The newspaper predicted in the case of the survival of Maliki in power for another four years of armed conflict bloodier than is happening now in the areas north and west of Iraq (Nineveh – Salahuddin – Anbar).

It was Sistani’s representative had said in a speech last Friday on the need to be chosen president of the Council of Ministers during the constitutional period prescribed by the mandate of President of the candidate of the biggest bloc to form a government, which was left with only one week without putting obstacles in front of it, stressing “the need to have that the admissibility of the government wide and from all sides.