Maliki's Office denies published "homes" on the Hariri mansion possessions!
Date: Tuesday, 01-09-2015 11:37 am

Description of the Office of former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Lebanese newspaper published on buying Maliki building of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri $ 120 million as "ridiculous", calling the newspaper to publish a formal apology on the news.
The Lebanese newspaper Al-Nahar said that the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki (Vice President) arrived in Beirut on a surprise visit and muffled. Lebanese political sources said earlier that Al-Maliki came to Beirut to rectify what happened to his son Ahmed, who was arrested by the Lebanese security authorities.
The source said that Maliki's visit to Lebanon came to rescue his son Ahmed, who was arrested by Lebanese security forces arrested in possession of 1.5 billion dollars in one of the houses, along with two Lebanese. The source said that the security forces are still investigating the matter, adding that Maliki going to Lebanon is to settle the issue with the Lebanese security authorities, where mediate Lebanese influential contacts to resolve the issue.
The source confirmed that Maliki and his son have large liquidity in a Lebanese banks which were transferred from Iraq to Lebanon by Iraqi banking company run by someone named Syed Farhan Ahmed, adding that Al-Maliki had to withdraw that amount from the Bank for the purpose of being washed to purchase property in Beirut, Dubai and London, according to orders issued to him by his father, Nuri al-Maliki.
Iraqi bank sources confirmed that this is not the first time by Ahmed Al-Maliki to transform such huge sums from Iraq to other countries, said a source in the Islamic Bank Al the Bank had transferred more than three billion dollars for the account of Ahmad Al-Maliki and other dignitaries for the ruling Dawa party beginning in 2014 when Maliki head للوزارء in Iraq, which was confirmed by a diplomatic personalities working in embassies in Iraq one of the European countries, where he said that Recapitulates information about transferring more than $ 1 billion from Iraq by Al Basra's Islamic Bank account to Ahmed Nouri al-Maliki and Yasser waborhab-shammary (in-laws Maliki) in that State.