Presidency of the Kurdistan: Maliki is primarily responsible for the fall 8/20/2015
Presidency of the Kurdistan: Maliki is primarily responsible for the fall of the calamity Mosul
received the presidency of the Kurdistan region of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's remarks, which accused Ankara and Arbil where their responsibility towards the fall of the city of Mosul under the control of the terrorist organization Daash last summer.
He declined spokesman for the presidency of the Kurdistan region, in a statement, "Maliki's remarks," calling them "escape from the real reasons that led to the fall of Mosul, stressing" that the latter bears the primary responsibility for the fall of the city.
"The statement added," The al-Maliki, the first official in the catastrophe that hit city of Mosul, and can not escape from this responsibility charges and statements are not based on the principles and foundations, who paved the ground for Daash its policies wrong and not Asgaih alerts president of the region.
"The former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said what happened in Mosul as" conspiracy "which was planned in Ankara and then moved to Arbil, saying "no value for the result reached by the parliamentary commission of inquiry about the fall of Mosul."
replied Ankara on Maliki's comments usually it of "delirium because he felt guilty for the fall of Mosul," As far as what he said a spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry today.
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives approved in its meeting last Monday to report to his committee investigative fall of Mosul, which included al-Maliki's name and civilian officials and military leaders of the senior defendants of negligence or complicity the events of June and transmit the report to the judiciary.
The head of the committee MP of quitting that he "did not have sufficient evidence to convict Region President Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, in the events, "calling for" al-Maliki to prove the lack of professionalism in the investigation ".anthy http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=13209