A source close to him for "tomorrow Press:" al-Maliki came from Iran a new project for the implementation of reforms in the state


Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: According close to the former prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday source, that al-Maliki held a series of meetings with figures of leadership and political Dawa and other Shiite political forces at his home in the Green Zone, immediately after his arrival Baghdad on Wednesday era, noting that al-Maliki came to the draft New to implement reforms in the Iraqi state.

The source, who preferred not to be named for "tomorrow Press," that he "briefed some of the leadership in calling for the results of his talks with Iranian leaders on the situation in Iraq party figures, and the nature of dealing with the current situation of the country," noting that "meetings Maliki took place behind closed doors , and continued until the late hours of last night."

"The figures attended the meetings had made contacts leading figures boycotted Maliki recently, and talked over the phone about the existence of a new project for the owners to implement real reforms in the Iraqi state."

Denied sources from within the Dawa Party and the existence of secret meetings to overthrow the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, but refused at the same time "any attempts to prosecute al-Maliki."

The era of al-Maliki arrived in Baghdad on Wednesday from Tehran, where he participated in an international conference, and Iraq gave a speech there, he met many of the dignitaries in Iran, notably the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Ali Khamenei.