Gov't votes in favor of resolutions: Maliki rejects 8/13
Exemption 200 my Adviser of the Republic and the Ministers and 80 special position mostly mental. The Government voted in favour of resolutions Abadi and Nouri al-Maliki rejected it!
The Cabinet voted unanimously in favour of earlier decisions taken by the Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi and revoking Vice Presidents and Ministers, at a time when the prosecution summoned Deputy Bahaa Al-araji, the Prime Minister, on charges of corruption.
And deployed three battalions of special forces inside the green zone and outer perimeter as well as the residence of Abadi and his family.
According to the decisions that both al-Maliki and Ayad Allawi and dismissed from their posts Osama Al-nujaifi as Vice-Presidents of the Republic yesterday, as well as sacking Bahaa Al-araji, Saleh Al-mutlaq as Deputy Prime Ministers. "
Also exempt about 200 of my Adviser of the Republic and the Ministers and 80 special position mostly corporate owners receive monthly salaries of up to 30 million Iraqi dinars.
And decisions Abbadi also provide some 3,000 troops were engaged in securing and protecting those characters and their payment to the fronts against daash, add to open corrupt files in the State since 2005 so today grant absolute judicial competence to call any politician or official regardless of his position. "
Sources indicated that Nouri al-Maliki rejected his dismissal, had last cut the vacation was spent in the village toirage town in Babil province and returned to Baghdad, accompanied by a military Regiment, with leaders of the Islamic Dawa party.
And considered block (State law) led by Al-Maliki that these decisions "coup d'etat is unconstitutional and illegal," saying it "will challenge in Parliament the fact that Abbadi need Parliament to pass," said Bloc leader Kazem Sayadi.
While he welcomed the leader of the Sadr, Moqtada al-Sadr, Al-Abbadi resolutions, two hours after a similar welcome to Sunni and Kurdish leaders are different.
He said the Iraqi Communist leader, Laith al-Mahmoud, the decisions will have suicidal Abadi effects. "
"The political blocs rejected these decisions and not pass in Parliament makes Abadi in a comfortable position for the Iraqi Street, while in those blocks will be put very embarrassing, especially that Abbadi had not only claimed paper made by protesters in Baghdad and southern Iraq days before him.
So, the SJC said after resolutions Abadi called prosecution Bahaa Al-araji, Deputy Prime Minister on charges of corruption and abuse of Office for personal purposes.
Spokesman for Iraq's higher judicial Council, Abdul-Sattar bayrakdar, "your public prosecution issued Sunday when instructed to call Deputy Prime Bahaa Al-araji, investigated charges against him".
He said in a statement that "the investigation will be conducted by specialized courts with integrity", pointing out that "action will be taken in accordance with the law and in the light of the evidence."