Maliki restore it survives the trial of parliamentary immunity 9/2/2015
Maliki restore it survives the trial of parliamentary immunity
9/2/2015 0 Comments
Federal Court obliges Presidency of the Council of Representatives to cancel the membership Mawwada Iraq's vice presidents sacked in parliament, and re-seats of their respective owners. Middle East Online It is important to stay away from the hands of the judiciary Baghdad Iraqi Federal Court ordered the presidency of the parliament to cancel membership Mawwada Vice-Presidents of State Fuad Masum, the two articles in the parliament, and re-seats to their owners Nuri al-Maliki and Iyad Allawi and Osama Najafi addition to Saleh al-Mutlaq. Iraqi parliamentary sources confirmed that al-Maliki may be thus obtained legal immunity that prevents held accountable for the charges against him on the fall of Mosul, after a deal under which he resigned MP Hassan Sinead, to regain his seat in parliament.
The sources confirmed that the Presidency of the Council of Representatives will determine the meeting of the Council of the al-Maliki, echoing Section deputy in Parliament, pointing out that Allawi and Najafi and Mutlaq return to parliament being talked about but there are no procedures in this regard, noting that certainly return is al-Maliki only.
In addition, a statement of the block call in Parliament revealed that the bloc will raise a lawsuit against the Kurdistan Regional Government to sell oil to Israel.
The statement said that the call bloc decided to file a lawsuit to the public prosecutor of the Federal Court because of the recent sale of Government of the Territory of Iraq's oil to Israel and said that we have the documents and evidence of what was done by Government of the Territory of the sale of Iraqi oil to Israel, we will give these documents to the Prosecutor.