The formation of a parliamentary committee to examine the legality of the leaders of al-Maliki upgrades security

02/14/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Twilight News revealed to the Commission on Security and Defence parliamentary, Tuesday, the formation of a committee to study and discuss the legal avenues that have been on this basis to upgrade some of the leaders of the security by the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, indicating that it will be prompted to "demotion and assignment to retire all of the evidence was promoted against the law . " A member of the Commission on Security and Defence parliamentary governor Zamili for "Twilight News", "Commission on Security and Defense formed a committee to follow up and study the promotions last for some military commanders and security by the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki." He explained that "our committee addressed the Inspector General of the Ministry of Defence , to provide us with a list of all officers who have been promoted recently by the Prime Minister. " The Iraqi army, the current 15-rank team corner and prepared by some military experts "strange", noting that there is no army in the world, including the Chinese army, housed in institutions, military this number of team leaders. and Zamili "if our Committee that some of these officers were promoted in violation of the law we will ask download rank and retirement." It is said that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called, earlier, the security agencies to move away from political differences and lack of the politicization of security, as revealed the formation of a joint committee from the ministries of interior and defense for the transfer of functions of keeping the security of the cities to the police. and consists of the current Iraqi army of 14 Army divisions, mostly infantry divisions estimated many of its members more than 300 thousand soldiers, and has as at least 80 tanks Abrams, an American modern manufacture of the 140 contract to buy as well as 170 tanks with Russian, Hungarian-made, most of them in aid from NATO to the Iraqi government and hundreds of personnel carriers and heavy artillery and rocket launchers, as well as a number of helicopters, Russian and American-made, and a number of naval vessels in Port of Umm Qasr to protect the export of Iraqi oil. as his

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