Maliki: Parliament attackers should not have a role in the political process


BAGHDAD / .. considered the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, that those who attacked the parliament should not they be located in the political process unless they come back to their senses, while attributing political crises in the country to "mercury situation in the attitudes and live for leadership."

Maliki said in a tweet him via his official Twitter, and seen by the "Eye of Iraq News", "who attacked the legitimacy of the state represented by the Parliament should make it clear that their position in the political process unless they come back to their senses."

He added, that "the situation in the mercurial attitudes and live for the benefit and leadership are brought to this country change."

The protesters Sadrist movement stormed the parliament building and the Green Zone, last Saturday, against the backdrop of the postponement of the vote on the complete ministerial cabin, sparking reactions varying levels Aldajillo, regional and even international, as promised Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi "punishment" of Almguethamin.anthy 8