Maliki's coalition denies its relationship to Indian demonstrations and holds responsibility Alqaimmqam deterioration of services and calls for resignation

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Editor: BK

2015/08/24 17:54

Long-Presse / Karbala
Denied coalition of state law, on Monday, the existence of any relationship with his Indian demonstrations, east of Karbala (108 km south of Baghdad), while attributed the deterioration of services in the judiciary for "the responsibility of the corruption of failure", Alqaimmqam accused of causing the "havoc" that has been reached eliminate areas, and urged him to resign "in order to safeguard a face."

Said Majid al-Maliki, a member of the Karbala Provincial Council, a close associate of the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "the people of the Indian judiciary, (22 km east of Karbala City), demonstrated on Sunday (23 August 2015 current), to demand better services and losers dismissal of officials in the context of the right which is guaranteed by the Constitution, after the loss of hope for the possibility of improving their situation, "noting that" most Indian eliminate areas suffer from poor services. "

Maliki said that "Alqaimmqam Abbas al-Shammari, hold office ten years ago, did not provide any services to the people but on the contrary was responsible for degradation," noting that "al-Shammari was the exploits of former Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki visits to India, for personal benefits and neglected needs citizens. "

And he denied a member of the Board of Karbala, "to be any close to the head of a coalition of state law in the Indian judiciary, relationship demonstrations witnessed by the judiciary", stressing that "the coalition was able to bring down Bachammra from office years ago if it really wanted it without the need for the demonstrations."

He criticized al-Maliki, accusing the Indian Mayor, "close to the former Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki, in Hindi, the exploitation of state property and theft of public money," calling him to "submit evidence to prove his accusations."

He attributed the member of the provincial council in Karbala, the deterioration of services in India to spend "a number of losers and corrupt in Qaimqamath", accusing them of being "did not bring to the people of the judiciary only ruin".

Maliki confirmed, that "The Council supported the dismissal of India's Mayor", calling him to "resign to save some face for causing degradation of services, and its inability to confront the demonstrators to know Ptgosairh", according to his opinion.
The Mayor of the Indian judiciary, Abbas al-Shammari, has been accused on Sunday, political limbs close to the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, to "move the demonstrations to demand his resignation," While counting that security forces "colluded" with the demonstrators did not provide the necessary Qaimqamip protection, confirmed possession of documents proving "the involvement of" those that had "misrepresented" the demonstration on the track.

Riot police were in Karbala province, had forcibly dispersed, on Sunday, a demonstration to the people of the Indian judiciary, it was trying to break into the building Alqaimqamah, while security forces re-open the public streets in front of cars after closed by demonstrators.