European organization demanded the prosecution of al-Maliki's "kill himself booked &~
European organization demanded the prosecution of al-Maliki's "kill himself booked and corruption crimes."
Tuesday 11-08-2015 | 6:33:54
Twilight News / demanded European Association for the freedom of Iraq (IFA), on Tuesday, providing Nuri al-Maliki, Iraqi Vice President, who was sacked on trial for committing "inhuman crimes and acts of torture, murder and corruption", as expressed welcomed the reforms approved by the Iraqi parliament a package.
Said Astron Stevenson MEP, President of the organization in a statement seen by Twilight News, he said that "the European Association for the freedom of Iraq welcomes the plan of the Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi, consisting of 7 materials to conduct reforms in Iraq and congratulates this courageous initiative that was supposed to be activated before a long time."
The EU official stressed that "reforms need to add 4 points, the trial of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for committing inhuman crimes and acts of torture, murder and corruption, and the expulsion of Iran from all areas of Iraq, which has moved in. You can not defeat Bdaash will not systems and stability to Iraq back as long as no Iran is shut down for the invasion of Iraq. "
He also said "the face of frustration and Shiite militias operating under the orders of the Iranian regime. Must not be any armed force in Iraq, but the Iraqi army and police, and an early and fair elections under United Nations control."
Stephenson pointed out that "the attendance of two million Iraqi citizens in Baghdad and various Iraqi cities and their demand for salt to fight corruption and implement radical reforms in the country, has shown support for Ebadi, because they believe that he could achieve such developments."
Also he pointed out that "people's support to carry out reforms, as well as the support of the Supreme religious authority will increase the responsibility of the Prime Minister to expedite the conduct comprehensive reforms."