Maliki of Tehran: Commission report to the fall of Mosul non-starter

Iran-Iraq-Presse -18 August / August: condemned the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday, the report of the fall of Mosul, which charged him with others in the city fell into the hands of militants organize Daash in June of 2014, and called for a referral to crack., Describing the report as "no value".

Maliki wrote on his page on Facebook in the first public comment since the publication of the report on Sunday and sent to the Attorney General on Monday "does not value the result that emerged from the parliamentary commission of inquiry about the fall of Mosul dominated by political differences and out of objectivity."

Maliki said existing in Iran since Friday in his account on Facebook that political differences in the Commission affected the objectivity.

The report coincided with a campaign to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to reduce dependency sectarian regime in Iraq in further action can help in rebuilding the security apparatus torn corruption and mismanagement but also venturing to happen more divisions.

The Abadi has isolated a third of the cabinet on Sunday. He ordered Tuesday to abolish positions advisers in ministries and reducing the number of advisers is Alris and Parliament Speaker to five advisers for each of them.

And come Abadi ambitious plan for reform after protests for weeks in the streets of Baghdad and southern cities to demand better government services and after he called the Shiite cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani to "strike hard" against corruption.

These measures are the biggest step so far taken by Abadi to tighten his grip despite the fact that about a third of the land fell into the hands of the Islamic state and the central government is facing a financial crisis as a result of the collapse of the price of its oil exports.

The parliamentary report said that al-Maliki had an inaccurate picture of the danger facing Mosul because he chose leaders involved in corruption and failed to hold them accountable.

Maliki, who was accused in the former countries he did not name the leaders, politicians and competitors of conspiring against the fall of the city on Tuesday blamed the leaders of Turkey and the Iraqi Kurds.

He said in a blog post again in his account on Facebook "what happened in Mosul was a conspiracy was planned in Ankara and then the plot moved to Erbil".

The report criticized the Turkish Consul in Nineveh and its capital Mosul because of alleged links to the Islamic state and the Kurdish peshmerga fighters who were accused of seizing weapons and ammunition abandoned by the army.

Consul were detained after the fall of Mosul, but was released after three months of negotiations.

Turkish officials denied starting from Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu categorically denied supporting extremist groups including al Daash.

Safin said photosensitizer, spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government to respect the results of Arbil, the commission of inquiry and accused al-Maliki to transfer the blame away from himself.

He added that the president of Iraq's Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, Baghdad warned that Mosul is facing a grave danger shortly before the crash but Maliki's refusal to help.

It was unclear whether al-Maliki will return from Iran, which helped him during most of his tenure as prime minister for eight years but has endorsed Abadi last summer after the fall of Mosul, Iraq's second city in exposing the weaknesses of the system left by the US occupation of Iraq in the period from 2003 to 2011.

And abolished the post of Vice-Maliki last week in the first wave of reforms carried out by al-Abadi, which reduced the number of ministers to 22 through the elimination of some positions and merging with other ministries, the center of popular and political claims his trial is not toxic after the fall of Mosul Commission report. Ended (1)