Parliament: open files relating to human rights violations against Maliki
Baghdad / Orr NewsParliamentary source from within the National Alliance, the political parties are preparing to open files against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki regarding violations of human rights, the National Alliance, most probable solution and forming a new coalition after the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister.The source said parliamentarian, who preferred anonymity, said Monday, told (Orr) that "the political parties the task of preparing to open files against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the next phase of violations of human rights," noting that "among those files relating to an incident" Alzerkh "in the province of Najaf in 2006, which killed nearly 400 people on charges of measure for a military operation aimed at Najaf," the source added that "the events of Basra in 2008 and many criminal files in the province of Karbala was the clear violations of human rights."The source pointed out that "the confidence of the Maliki government will not lead to loss of Shiites for prime minister."
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