Maliki threatens open file investigate Abadi corruption,waste resources8/4
If al-Maliki threatens to open a file to investigate suspicions of corruption will waste the reach of the current government
04-08-2015 06:00 PM
Threatened, secretary general of the Islamic Dawa Party Nuri al-Maliki to topple the government of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
He declined vice president of former prime minister opened a file to investigate suspicions of corruption have the reach and those close to him during a meeting attended by al-Abadi and leaders of the Dawa Party, the most prominent Sheikh Abdul Halim Zuhairi and on the Keywords and Walid Ali al-Adeeb and ornaments.
Maliki said al-Abadi's claim that his government inherited a difficult situation in the field of electricity, water, schools and services and in other areas in addition to the security configuration fabrications intended to discredit him and finish off his political career by opening an alleged files.
He said the services before assuming the current Prime Minister and his team strong harmonious was the best, not the citizen feels shortening the government. On the contrary we feel the support of the citizens in all fields, and this has been proved by the recent election results and that got them to 750 000 votes in Baghdad alone, he said.
Maliki said that any coalition is doing Abadi with the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Supreme Council offset by a stronger alliance between him and the secretary-general to Nizh Badr Hadi al-Amiri and Sheikh Qais al-Khazali Secretary General of the League of the Righteous.