Al-Mutlaq: accuse us Integrity political corruption and libel 2/20/2016
Al-Mutlaq: accuse us Integrity political corruption and libel
2/20/2016 0 Comments
Counting coalition of Arab head of Saleh al-Mutlaq accused of corruption by the Integrity Commission that his [political dimensions and style of defamation.
Mutlaq said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "as long as we emphasized the need for reform and the fight against corruption, and it was the most important Mtbuniatna since 2006 after the rampant corruption in the joints of the state have called for legislation and implementation of the law Where did you get this? He asked him each of the political class, and our response is to be the first to subject him to a full conviction and faith in the innocence of Zmtna throughout our lives and our work for years specifically site the Deputy Prime Minister. "
"We would like to make it clear to the Iraqi people in general and both placed their trust in us, in particular, that the trust will not be misplaced shaken defamation methods Astahedvtna through attempts to delude and deceive public opinion."
"It will be our response to deal positively with the fair judiciary, which we are confident after our trust in God and innocently Zmtna Ki revealed the political dimensions parked behind the defamation methodology that was crystal clear in the statement of the President of the Integrity Commission."
He said al-Mutlaq "We are confident that this step will end all the rumors and Alttaulat that Astahedvtna throughout the past period by the parties and personalities sought during the campaign against us, to deceive the facts and protect the real capital of corruption."
He stressed, "In conclusion, we can not but thank all the folk, tribal and political parties that stood with us to learn the realities of things."
The Integrity Commission announced last Thursday on the transfer of the Vice former Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, Saleh al-Mutlaq and former director of the General Commander of the Armed Forces Farouk al-Araji office [in the government of Nuri al-Maliki] and the Mayor of Baghdad agency Naim Abaob to justice on charges of corruption and inflated their money.
The Commission emphasized in a statement that "the accused were referred to the judiciary on charges of graft and exploiting career position" to grow out that "the referral to the judiciary are the first stage, and Referred still accused did not prove them anything; the fact that the accused is innocent until proven guilty."