Maliki's coalition calls for accountability from what everyone Exchange in electoral propaganda

BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - October 7: called the leader and MP for the coalition of state law, Ali al-Maliki, on Wednesday, to the accountability of everyone what exchange in publicity campaigns parliamentary elections last in 2014 ", adding that" the prime minister Haider al-Abadi was one of the candidates In which". Maliki said in a press statement stated L / Iraq Press /, that "everyone was in the elections and has an election campaign and disbursement of funds and must ask everyone where you this exchange and money that has been spent." "When al-Abadi said he intended the tyrant Saddam and not someone else, we ask also ask public opinion and citizens, Was there a time of the former regime, elections, and whether the current government administration has received from him directly ?, this denial of a person is in the real." He said the Attorney-Maliki that "Apart from clarifying Abadi office and as for the permit but we believe in absolute terms and we have the evidence conclusive that the previous government when it handed over the strategic inventories in 2014 to 76 billion dollars, and this is installed when the central bank, and this evidence is not marred by doubt that the previous government of this amount had been delivered while she had received in 2005 amounted to only $ 14 billion, so it's not our business to listen to the accusations. " He continued, "either from the intended commander of necessity, perhaps he meant any prime minister while the received opposition government after the fall of the regime, but say he was not prime minister at that time, and regardless of what was issued to say that he does not value the topic for the existence of the constants in the political process." The prime minister Haider al-Abadi has attacked last Saturday corruption he described as "the ruler and commander of necessity" in previous governments, including the endowment distribution in times of elections, sparking the ire of a coalition of state law and the Dawa Party as a sign of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. End