Najafi: asked to question al-Maliki will be presented during the two or three
04:50:21 / 06/2012

Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi
Khandan - The Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi said Thursday that a request to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will be presented during the two or three days to parliament, to be followed by a possible vote of no confidence from it.

Najafi said in a press conference at the headquarters of the Parliament that "the political forces that made its wish, a desire of principle, to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister will continue Bajratha demand Maqadma I think the days."

He added: "There is a committee reported to me that it would make in two days or three days of a request to question the prime minister," he said, adding that in his capacity as chairman of the House of Representatives binding with the governing body "to the request of the Prime Minister to appear for questioning."

He said Najafi, a leader in the list of "Iraq" "The decision will be in the House of Representatives, if there is a parliamentary majority is not convinced the results will be questioning the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister."

And the chief of the House of Representatives and the charges brought against his brother, the governor of Nineveh Ethel Nujaifi involvement with the Kurdish parties to enter into contracts with Exxon Mobil U.S. oil.

Osama al-Najafi, "certainly that this is completely untrue, the borders of the province of Nineveh, information and authority to the provincial council to share administration with the federal authority in the fields discovered and produced."

He stressed that "all that was said about the sale of land or a waiver of the territory of Nineveh, an outright lie and a mere transfer of the political crisis from Baghdad to Nineveh," noting that despite having to formation of a parliamentary committee to investigate these allegations.

It was Ali al-Moussawi, media adviser to the prime minister said in a statement to AFP Tuesday that the information obtained by the government, "confirm the existence of a deal with the governor of Nineveh province provide for the waiver bar for a distance of 10 km of the province of Dohuk within the Kurdistan region, and includes this tape judicial Sheikhan and Qush who Ahoian twenty billion barrels of oil. "

And the transfer of al-Musawi about the prime minister warned that the move of the contract signed with Exxon Mobil could lead to "wars", pointing out that al-Maliki appealed to U.S. President Barack Obama in a letter addressed to him last week to intervene to stop this contract.