Kuwaiti politics: the Sadrist movement provided the list of corrupt servants in the state close to the "al-Maliki"

Political sources revealed that the leaders of the Sadrist movement provided to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, lists of corrupt senior state, including close to former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in order to take penal right decisions.
As sources confirmed to the newspaper that the Kuwaiti politics, the military wing of the Sadrist movement has prepared a plan to storm the palaces and the homes of those named on these lists, and arrested in the case Abadi was unable to take action against them.
The sources warned of intervention of Iran's military forces to support al-Maliki and other senior corrupt holed up in the Green Zone, saying it could cost Tehran all its influence in Iraq, especially that some Iranian officials considered that the battle against the corrupt in Iraq is an attempt to target Tehran, either directly or indirectly.