Independent MP Sabah al-Saadi, on Monday, that the exploitation of the leaders of teams and brigades of the car that was purchased for the Arab summit, stressing that the amounts of about $ 30 million, with the release of the prisoners criticized the Saudis and Libyans, including saying that the princes of the royal family.

Saadi said during a press conference held today at Parliament House and attended by "Alsumaria News", "The number of cars that have been purchased for the Arab summit amounted to 400 cars, including 60 car armored Mercedes in addition to other cars," noting that "the amount of cars hit 29 million and 900 thousand dollars. "

Saadi added that "This car is currently being exploited by some leaders of the teams and brigades, through roaming in their neighborhoods," saying it is "a waste of public money and the defiance of a clear," as he put it.

The Integrity Commission representative confirmed, in (April 1, 2012), has initiated an investigation into suspicions of financial corruption associated with the preparations for hosting the Arab summit in Baghdad, while confirming payment of $ 80 million on the Rashid Hotel, with its value does not exceed 50 million, as well as for the rehabilitation of a senior house more than a billion dinars under the pretext of the summit, saying that it intends to question the Minister of State in his capacity as Chairman of the Preparatory Committee.

Finally, in the capital Baghdad, in (29 March 2012), the Arab summit conference attended by nine of the Arab leaders, they are the President of the Republic of the Comoros (Union of the Comoros) Rosemary Znin, and Chairman of the Interim Libyan Mustafa Abdul Jalil, and Tunisian President Mohammed Marzouki, and Mahmoud Abbas, Sharif Sheikh Ahmed of Somalia, and Sudan's Omar al-Bashir, and Lebanese President General Michel, and the Emir of Kuwait Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, and Djibouti, Ismail Omar Guelleh, in addition to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.

On the other hand criticized Saadi, "the release of prisoners, the Saudis and Libyans," asserting that "the freed terrorism issues are wanted."

Saadi confirmed that "there is information that someone is convicted by the courts and sentenced to death and some of them princes of the royal family," and wondered about the "legal authority to sign the agreement with Saudi Arabia."

The Iraqi Ministry of Justice declared in, (18 March 2012), that it has signed an agreement with the Saudi government in the exchange of prisoners, saying it will enter into force thirty days after the date of exchange of diplomatic notes confirming between the parties, meanwhile, announced the Transitional National Assembly Libyan ( April 21, 2012), has signed an agreement with the Iraqi government to spend include the Libyan sentenced to prison the rest of their sentence in their country, and among that Iraq has promised not to carry out the death sentence against those convicted of them in Baghdad, confirmed that the extradition is not contained in the current stage.