Judge Wael Abdul Latif: Maliki is not "prime minister"!
Ali Salman - 09/04/2012 - 1:48 pm

Criticized former Deputy Judge Wael Abdul Latif named Nuri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq, stressing that this false label may not be launched by the Constitution. The judge said Wael Abdul Latif said items Iraqi Constitution does not contain a label for the Prime Minister Prime Minister, as this label wrong and is executed currently Nuri al-Maliki as or position of the Prime Minister, as the Constitution make the job nominate the Prime Minister and there is no there Legally the title of prime minister.
He noted that "Iraqis deceived them naming the prime minister and became dealing in various galleries and fields and government ministries and departments which constitutionally is wrong and incorrect and should the Prime Minister to abandon launch appointing the prime minister himself."
Abdul Latif criticized al-Maliki's attempts to control the ministries and government departments and the imposition of its prestige and its decisions because it is unprofessional and illogical, stressing that the policy of the Prime Minister to impose his authority over the ministries is unconstitutional and must be treated immediately. Turn legal expert considered Haider mystic name a prime minister from a constitutional standpoint, wrong and one is right Prime Minister. Sufi said that public opinion and the media took firing recipe Prime Minister Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to ease term capacity after being traded political and media during the last period