The White House published a request for trial as a war criminal al-Maliki
A picture of a voting page on the White House Web site (island)
White House released on its website a request for the administration of President Barack Obama , in which he called for the prosecution of Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki as a war criminal.
According to this petition -alta published on July 27 last to collect one hundred thousand Toukaa- that "the Iraqi people, Nouri al-Maliki calling for the prosecution as a war criminal for crimes against humanity for the killing of Iraqi civilians and dispersion years.
As explained in the petition itself that what it called Maliki Army contributed to sectarian killings and the displacement of a million Iraqis, and continue to vote on the petition until 26 August / August now.
If the collection of one hundred thousand signatures include the topic on the agenda of President Barack Obama.
" " البيت الأبيض كان قد أشاد يوم الجمعة الماضي بالمالكي لتخليه عن مسعاه للحصول على فترة ثالثة في السلطة وكذلك لدعمه رئيس الوزراء المكلف حيدر العبادي The White House had last Friday praised Maliki for abandoning his bid for a third term in power, as well as support for Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi " "It is noteworthy that the United States has publicly pressed to ensure Maliki abandon his demand for a third term, and the White House expressed "happiness" commissioned byHaider Abadi, to form a new government.
Request and support In parallel, a newspaper said Mashreq Iraq that the American government and the Office of Inspector General, the American supported the Iraqi request to edit arrest warrants across the International Police (Interpol) against a group ministers residing in the United States and Arab countries, accused of corruption Mali considerably during the past period from 2004 to 2014.
The source, who reported the information to the newspaper Orient, that "the coming period will witness a growth in US-Iraqi relations through activation of the Framework Convention (SOFA), including the extradition to the Iraqi judiciary."
The source pointed out that "the fight against corruption, an American and an Iraqi demand, and will be in charge of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and his government are obliged to perform better in this context."