Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Not aware of the arrest the President of the Electoral Commission for elections of Mr. Faraj al-Haidari and Board member, Mr. Karim al-Tamimi, but after the fact, we condemn the accusations and hasty directed to this or that party, although science Bbtalanha "
A statement from the prime minister's office today and receive a site our Online) "that the statements and positions, as well as the charges raised by the capture head of the Electoral Commission for elections of Mr. Faraj al-Haidari and a member of the Commission, Mr. Karim al-Tamimi by the judiciary against the backdrop of the investigation of the files in question calls for clarification of a number of facts that may go a victim of political conflicts and bickering between the blocs and parties and be the main loser of the state and its constitutional institutions and the foundations upon which to build. "
The statement added: "We are in the time that we lack knowledge of the Prime Minister the arrest only after the fact, we condemn the accusations and hasty directed to this or that party, although science Bbtalanha and that this shows clearly the lack of respect for these bodies of state institutions, particularly the judiciary, which boast to defend the independence and impartiality of demonstrating diligence on, but they are quick to being accused of various charges just to dissatisfaction with any work done or any judgment given by him. "
He explained that a culture of disregard state institutions and lack of respect for independence is threatening the democratic system and brings us back to the culture of the Baath dictatorship obsolete, stressing respect for the dignity of people and their legitimate rights is a duty, but he can not be an excuse to violate the sanctity of the constitutional institutions or underestimated and we can not safeguard the rights of citizens and the defense of their dignity institutions without a strong and respected. "
The statement noted that "political differences exist in all communities, especially communities living in democratic systems, but always remain there red lines related to the interests of the country the upper and stability of the state can not be compromised under any circumstances and for this to @ NGED seemed to condemn the remarks tense, which seeks to raise the bickering and instability and confuse the political situation on purpose. "
He continued, "Despite our confidence in the positive awareness of the citizen and his ability to distinguish the facts and find out the wheat from the chaff, but we find it dangerous to distraction in this conflict for the hard work of nation-building, service delivery and improve the lives of citizens."