Integrity: Maliki prohibits the extradition of corrupt files of the Ministry of Defence to Parliament

Baghdad / Orr News
Said the Parliamentary Integrity Committee that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki prevented the Committee from taking the files of corruption involving the Ministry of Defence, the Committee acknowledged their inability to hold former Defense Minister Abdul Qader al-Obeidi after his escape to America after the arrest of the ministry's director of contracts.
The MP said Khalid al-Alwani, a member of the committee that "the Commission is facing difficulties in the files of corruption and the Ministry of Defence was the first of rejection of the ministry to receive and to inform the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, on a file about him suspicion on the grounds that it related to arming the army and its potential and its intelligence information," adding, "it was the formation of a sub-committee agreed with the the Ministry to provide the Commission on Integrity 10 files concerning armament in a week and then we were surprised Bmnana from taking or photographing corrupt files and direct orders from the commander of the armed forces and the Prime Minister. "
Alwani said that "the parliamentary committee received a response from the Inspector General of the Ministry of Defense states that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Ministry of Defense not to hand over any file that contains the corruption to the Parliamentary Integrity Commission, and acquainted him sufficiency only." The Alwani that the parliamentary committee will discuss the guidance of al-Maliki in an ad hoc meeting for this purpose after it was reserved. "