Maliki calls Abadi change the investigators in the Integrity Commission

Baghdad (IMN) - president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki warned of turning demonstrations to sit-ins similar to what happened in Anbar province, previously, noting that citizens have the right to claim against him but he at the same time move away from the political government miscarriage. Maliki said during the program "Interview," which aired on Iraqi news channel on Thursday evening that "Anbar sit-ins were initially required to achieve the rights and after the revelation of the real faces behind these sit-ins," and warned of "monument in the camps in the demonstrations taking place in some provinces these days." He continued that "the citizen demonstrator continue to claim their rights but it not to be dragged behind the policies that aim to bring down the political process and the introduction of the country in a maze." He pointed out that "after obtaining the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on the powers that fall in the list of reforms he should change auditors and investigators in the Integrity Commission." The House voted this week on the reforms presented by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and that that was the most prominent positions Cancel key Congress of the Republic and the Council of Ministers package.