Maliki's Coalition calls for accountable everyone cashing in electoral propaganda10/8
Abbadi was responsible for the propaganda of the State of law coalition. Maliki's Coalition calls for accountability of everyone than cashing in electoral propaganda! Date: Thursday, 08-10-15 03:30 pm
Called leadership and the Attorney for the State of law Coalition, Al-Maliki, to hold accountable everyone whether cashing in advertising campaigns in recent parliamentary election 2014& # 8243;, noting that "Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi was one of the candidates."
Al-Maliki said in a press statement and response to Iraq press, that "everybody was on the election campaign and has disbursed funds, we must ask everyone in this Exchange and funds disbursed. "When he said Abbadi tyrant Saddam and not someone else, we ask also ask public opinion and citizens, was there in the previous election system, and the current Government does receive direct management?, this denial of the people is in real". He said Al-Maliki's Deputy that "regardless of the clarification of the Office and the extent of Al-Abbadi statement but we absolutely believe we have conclusive evidence that the previous Government when delivered in 2014 strategic inventories by $ 76 billion, this is installed when the Central Bank, and this evidence is riddled with doubt that the previous Government had delivered this amount while the 2005 received $ 14 billion dollars only, so we would listen to LatvianNumber ". "Either the intended Commander of necessity, maybe he meant any Prime Minister while the opposition received Government after the fall of the regime, but say he was not Prime Minister at the time, notwithstanding the released say that the value of the subject of the existence of constants in the political process." Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi attacked last Saturday of corruption as "Governor and Commander" in previous Governments, including the distribution of donations in times of elections, what irritated the State of law Coalition, Dawa party as a reference to former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki