Kurdistan: On Maliki's willingness to question and to avoid miscarriage of political
Created on Sat, June 24/2012 يونيو ten fifty-four a.m. | |

Considered the official spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance MP good supporter brandishing a coalition of state law to open files a lawsuit against some leaders of the forces of Arbil and a pressure to prevent the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the parliament.

Al-Tayyib told (UR) on Sunday, said that "the Prime Minister accept the idea of ​​questioning in an open session of the Council of Representatives to inform the people on the details," noting that "al-Maliki that displays all the files if they were legal and constitutional in the meeting."

He stressed the need for good, "Prime Minister focus on the issue of interrogation and preparation to respond to what it will present questions and not to resort to the threat of no confidence by the Head of the House of Representatives sometimes put files a lawsuit against some political figures, sometimes another."

Sources close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has indicated that the last completed all the documentation for the six important files against the Sadrist movement and its leader, Moqtada al-Sadr. And while it did not disclose the source close to Maliki for case files, the sources said Maliki would ask the judiciary to call each of Massoud Barzani, and Iyad Allawi and Moqtada al-Sadr, without specifying the reasons for the forthcoming judicial summons.