Maliki withdraw from the meeting of the Council of Ministers following a verbal argument with his deputy al-Mutlaq
Baghdad - and babysit - A ministry source revealed on Tuesday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki withdrew from the meeting of the Council "angry" after an altercation with his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, against the backdrop of political developments in the country, as he emphasized that the meeting continued after the withdrawal of al-Maliki.
The source said: "The altercation took place between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Vice President for Services Affairs Saleh al-Mutlaq during the Cabinet meeting today, because of political developments in the country and the subject of the balances in the government and file de-professors at the University of Tikrit, as well as arrests," noting that "al-Maliki angrily withdrew from the meeting following the argument. " The source added that "the meeting remained in session after the departure of al-Maliki, the presence of many ministers and deputy prime minister."
The Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs Saleh al-Mutlaq was considered, in the 21 of October of this, the procedures and the Ministry of Education de-140 professors and staff from the University of Tikrit, and dismissal from work "frustrating and disappointing" and "practices of unfair," vowing to stand in the face of such practices, which may cause "shake" in Iraq's march.
The Council declared Anbar province, on Monday, the release of dozens of former Iraqi army officers and members of the Baath Party after being arrested late Sunday night, in gray, with security source confirmed that the number of detainees reached 70 people.
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