Judiciary denies issuing arrest warrants against al-Araji


Aug 17 2015 mon 16:22 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad denied the Higher Judicial Council, on Monday, issuing an arrest warrant against the former deputy prime minister Bahaa al-Araji orders. A spokesman for the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar in an interview to the (long-Presse) , "The reports by some media about the issuance of an arrest warrant against the former deputy prime minister Bahaa al-Araji incorrect orders." He stressed Bayrakdar, that "judicial authorities have not issued any arrest warrant against al-Araji." Some of the media talked about the release of five orders arrest warrant against the former deputy prime minister Bahaa al-Araji, on corruption charges. The Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Bahaa al-Araji, on Monday (Al10mn August 2015), resigned from his post of prime minister Haider al-Abadi, Mthola to the demand of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, and in support of the reform project The Head of Government. The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called on Monday (Al10mn August 2015), Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, leader of the Sadrist Bahaa al-Araji, to resign from his post "immediately with the requirements of the supreme national interest," while preventing him from traveling outside Iraq until completion from legal proceedings, the day after the cancellation of his position. He accused the Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, on Sunday (10 August 2015), politicians and the media to launch a campaign against him, and pointed to lawsuits against them, as he addressed the Iraqis, "faithfulness responded to you", threatened put points on the characters in the future. While Bush's judiciary spokesman Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar, on Sunday (August 10, 2015), that the public prosecutor instructed the competent courts impartial investigation into the charges against the Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, after the decision to cancel the posts of Vice-Prime Minister Republic


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