Vice-Maliki accuse him as a third of the country for Daash, while invited him to non-interference in Kirkuk

(Independent) ... accused the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohamed Osman, on Friday, the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki as a "ladder" one-third of the country to organize Daash, while invited him to the subject of non-interference claim Kirkuk and subjecting them to the central government.

Osman said in a statement received (Independent) said Friday that "the media picked up comments by Nouri al-Maliki, calling for the need to restore Kirkuk to the central government, who handed over a third of Iraq to organize Daash because of the wrong policies," stressing that "al-Maliki does not have to claim subjecting Kirkuk to the central government, which is deduced of them, but the support of security forces for the Liberation of provinces, however Daash fell into his reign."

Othman added, "instead of resorting to speculations and create sedition him to stay away from the side the problems created by the central government, and not to forget that he was the cause of the president in the fall of Mosul and the collapse of the Iraqi army," adding that "the Peshmerga forces, the army and the crowd Popular Arab and tribal fighting in the front and one and sacrifice the pure blood to liberate areas occupied by Daash during the reign of al-Maliki."

Othman said that "al-Maliki is the wrong policy that brought Iraq to what it is in tatters," noting that "if we recognize the private Kirkuk security file, however pieces similar to what was called out of the Tigris collapsed as collapsed era al-Maliki."
The leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki announced on Thursday his support for the withdrawal of the parliamentary mandate from Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi accordance with the principle of separation of powers, and as he emphasized that he still retains the post of vice president, stressed that Kirkuk back under central government authority. (End)