Deputy for Iraq: Maliki's personal motives behind the delayed naming ministers security

3/21/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad: Euphrates News MP for the Iraqi List, Hussein al-Shaalan, the personal motives to the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki impede naming ministers security until now. and still the security ministries vacant, despite the passage of more than a year to form the current government because of differences between the political blocs on the names of candidates to fill the those positions, and managed those ministries currently acting as the runs of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Ministry of Interior while the run defense by Culture Minister Saadoun al-Dulaimi. said Shaalan, told {Euphrates News} today that "delay in naming ministers security came to personal motives by the President Minister and not for other reasons ", without giving those motives. "The delay in this matter following a negative impact on the current security situation in the country, especially what happened yesterday in several provinces of security violations claimed the lives of innocent people." and shook the country on Monday a series of bombings in some provinces Kaasma Baghdad, Karbala, Babil and other in spite of tight security measures imposed by the Government in preparation for the Arab summit. He said Shaalan, said that "a claim the Iraqi List, hosted by the Prime Minister in the House of Representatives is not new but came a renewal of the claims in the former and most of the House of Representatives and even the National Alliance" , noting that "this claim because of the renewed Iraqi security breaches yesterday."

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