Sabah al-Saadi accused the President of the Supreme Judicial Council
Sabah al-Saadi accused the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, the politicization of the judiciary and the loyalty to the Baath Party
Thursday, July 12, 2012 14:53
[Baghdad - where]
Accused the independent MP Sabah al-Saadi Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud "the politicization of the judiciary and loyalty to the government and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."
Saadi told a news conference held at the House of Representatives attended the correspondent of the agency all of Iraq [where] said Thursday that "[Mahmoud] Cisse judiciary is working for the government, one of the persons suspected them and was one of the most loyal to the Baath Party and the President of the former regime, and today is loyal to the owners," according to he put it.
"As the [Mahmoud] is trying to erase the effects and the blood of the martyrs and jihad run by followers of the political [confrontational Baathist], which is to follow the government and the politicization of the judiciary in their favor," calling some political blocs like the old Supreme Islamic Iraqi Islamic Dawa Party and some of the national forces that have provided the victims at the hands of the former regime to "attention from the likes of this person who is trying to erase the effects of their martyrs."
He said Saedi, "and that the Federal Court often try to interpret laws in their favor and in favor of the government such as law and other independent bodies."
And release calls from time to time should not politicize the judiciary in the country in a time when the Iraqi arena rise to the differences between the political blocs on matters concerning the partnership in the state administration as well as other files, has led the continuing political crisis to the request of some political blocs which [the coalition to Kordestani, the Iraqi List, the Sadrist movement] to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after several meetings were held in each of the governorates of Erbil and Najaf. ended.