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Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 7:11 am

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[rtl]The information published by the site "Daily Best" on the involvement of the former Iraqi prime minister, the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, and his son and brother-in-law of corruption, provoking a wave of controversy within the Iraqi street, met by the party, "Dawa," led by al-Maliki in a counterattack on the site, For that information received. 

In a report released Thursday, the Daily Telegraph reported that the US Justice Department isconducting an investigation into a military contracts firm that alleged bribes to Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his son Ahmed al-Maliki and his brother-in-law Yasser al-Maliki to secure exceptional security contracts. That the military contracting company "Saliport Global Services" played a role in bribes to owners and relatives.[/rtl]
[rtl]It also showed Maliki's relationship with a company called Horizons, which sold the right of access and facilities of a large number of US military contracts, through US military contractors have disclosed what they have, despite the fact that it poses a threat to them.[/rtl]
[rtl]The Daily Best pointed to a meeting with 30 sources, including contractors working in Iraq's commercial sector, who asked not to be identified for fear of possible reactions.[/rtl]
[rtl]"Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the company's first operation is at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes F-16s funded by the US government," he said. The company received a contract from the Iraqi Air Force to provide security, training and security services to Al-Qaeda (Balad), including services such as food and electric power. The company received more than $ 1 billion in funding for its services.[/rtl]

[rtl]The site quoted sources in the company "Salliport" as saying that the company "Horizons" Kuwaiti partner, and promised Iraqi officials to provide funds for the registration of the US company as a contractor at the base of Bald, indicating that 10 people who were questioned confirmed the involvement of al-Maliki and that " Prospects ".[/rtl]
[rtl]The Daily Beast said the US Justice Department was conducting investigations into violations of the laws through foreign corruption practices by the Saliport company, which reported bribes to Iraqi officials.[/rtl]
[rtl]The report caused a wave of controversy within Iraq, where political voices called for the opening of files of financial corruption retroactively since 2006, the year Maliki took power in Iraq, which lasted more than eight years[/rtl]
[rtl]In this context, said a member of the Sadrist movement in the province of Basra Saad Abadi, "the new Arab," The failure to open files of corruption means we are corrupt as a political class in Iraq, "according to him, indicating that no one is surprised by the American investigation, we all know that Maliki and his family looted Iraq But the surprise in taking the government put the silent spectator, without comment on the subject or announce its initiation to investigate files of corruption.[/rtl]
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In turn, stressed the member of the Iraqi Communist Party Ali Darraji, that the report reveals the need to clear the political process in Iraq and is now clearing the security services of corrupt elements, noting that the concern is that the judiciary involved in the silence applied to the charges of corruption and politicians participate in this File fully and clearly ".[/rtl]
[rtl]On the other hand accused the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party, Saad Almtalibi, Iraqi personalities did not name the payment of funds for the "Daily Best" in order to punctuate al-Maliki, saying in a press statement that "the site is not concrete, and linked to relations with Iraqi political figures and parties." 

In the context, a source close to the coalition of the rule of law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, that the coalition will move to establish a lawsuit against the site, according to the same sources that spoke to the "new Arab," Maliki commissioned a legal team to respond to and refute the investigation, which he considered deliberate and involves A threat to the coalition of the rule of law being one of the most reluctant to the US presence in Iraq.[/rtl]
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty A newspaper talking about the involvement of al-Maliki suspicions of corruption in security contracts achieved by the American judiciary

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A newspaper talking about the involvement of al-Maliki suspicions of corruption in security contracts achieved by the American judiciary


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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The US Justice Department is conducting investigations with a military contractor for bribing Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and his son and son-in-law to win extraordinary security contracts, the Daily Post reported .

The newspaper said in a survey conducted on Wednesday that the Ministry of Justice is conducting an investigation with the company of military contracts, "Saaliport Global Services" to ascertain that allegedly played a role in bribing Iraqi officials in exchange for winning extraordinary contracts, indicating that "influential individuals, including Nuri al-Maliki, Relations with a Kuwaiti company called Afaq, which allegedly sold access to and facilities for a large number of US military contracts . "

She explained that "the story of the company Horizons and its relations with US military contractors in Iraq came from two amounts disclosed with their information, despite the fact that this poses a personal danger to them."

The newspaper said it had met with more than 30 sources, including contractors and business people in Iraq, who asked not to be named for fear of possible reactions. One of them refused to speak more, saying "this is very secret ."

"Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the jewel of the company's crown is at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes F-16s funded by the US government," she said.

"In January 2014, Saaliport received a contract from the Air Force to provide security support, training and protection services to Al Qaeda, including essential services such as food and electric power at the base. Saaliport received $ 1.1 billion for its services at Base country".

The newspaper quoted sources from the company "Saliport" as well as other sources of senior associates at the base of the country's office and the company's head office in Virginia, described by Afaq as a "partner".

The investigation revealed that "documents filed by the Commission for Security and Exchange of Caliborn reveal that in October 2016 claimed an associate in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense that the company Afaq promised Iraqi government officials to provide funds for them to register the name of the company Saliport as a contractor to provide services to the base of Balad, As an Iraqi country base and the Iraqi government have the right to determine the contractor hired to work there. "

The newspaper pointed out that 17 sources confirmed the links of the company "horizons" with officials in the Iraqi government, where the company is facilitating matters with Iraqi officials, while revealed sources, according to the newspaper, some of them have direct information, the involvement of Nuri al-Maliki, where they said that " Full dominance of Afaq, while the other section was secondary. "

The sources also reported that "the son of al-Maliki, Ahmed al-Maliki and then his brother-in-law Yasser Sakhil al-Maliki, a current deputy, also deal with prospects," indicating that "the former prime minister does not manage all the details of prospects," but they claimed that he receives a wage and that relationship was successful For Saleport.

"The US Department of Justice is now investigating possible violations of US laws that limit external corrupt practices that Salliport has committed through its relationship with Afaq. The Caliborn file states that the government investigation examines whether the previous management of Saaliport Takes note of or is supposed to have knowledge of alleged bribes promised by Afaq to Iraqi government officials. "

In August 2016, Afaq filed a lawsuit against Salliport in the Iraqi courts to charge it $ 70 million and then repay $ 90 million. Both cases lost their obligations but did not give up. Prospects for the case were reopened and a court of discrimination Ruled that "Saaliport is a city of prospects for more than $ 56 million. However, the amount has not been paid because Saliport has challenged the decision and won again for not providing sufficient evidence."

Saliport is a contract company run by a holding company called Caliporn, owned by DC Capital Partners, a US private equity firm .
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty As described by the newspaper "Daily Best" US Nuri al-Maliki

Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:40 am

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his son-in-law and son-in-law with a company that played a role in bribes to win US security contracts were exposed by the US-based newspaper Daily Piste on Thursday (February 14, 2019) Has been investigating the US military contracting firm Saliport Global Services to make sure it has played a role in bribing Iraqi officials in return for winning extraordinary contracts, but even FBI officials may not really understand the depth of corruption expected. The influential individuals, including Nuri al-Maliki, They have relationships with K Confounding called prospects, allegedly it sold the right of access and facilities to a large number of military contracts Omirkah.ooodan newspaper, that the story of the prospects of the company and its relations with the military American contractors in Iraq came from whistleblowers Spread what information they have, despite what constitutes the dangerous character of them. " 

"We have been able to verify the credibility of several details through public and joint documents." The newspaper noted that it had interviewed more than 30 sources, including contractors and people working in the commercial field in Iraq, who asked not to be named for fear of possible reactions, " Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the jewel of the company's crown is at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes F-16s funded by the US government," he said.
"In January 2014, Saaliport received a contract from the Air Force to provide security support, training and protection services to Al Qaeda, including essential services such as food and electric power at the base, where Saaliport received $ 1.1 billion for its services at the base. And expects to earn another $ 800 million by 2021, just before the acquisition of the BALAD contract, Saliport signed a deal with a company called Afaq Umm Qasr Marine Services. 
The paper quotes sources from Saliport as well as other sources of senior associates at the base of Bald and the company's main office in Virginia, described by Afaq as a "partner." According to the paper, four sources said that the alleged activities of Afaq on behalf of the company Saliport attracted The attention of the US Department of Justice. "Waliport is a contract company run by a holding company called Caliporn, owned by DC Capital Partners, a US private equity firm.
The investigation revealed that "documents filed by the Commission for Security and Exchange of Caliborn reveal that in October 2016 claimed an associate in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense that the company Afaq promised Iraqi government officials to provide funds for them to register the name of the company Saliport as a contractor to provide services to the base of Balad. As a country that is an Iraqi base, the Iraqi government has the right to determine the contractor hired to work there.
The newspaper pointed out that 17 sources confirmed the links of Afaq officials of the Iraqi government, a former member of the leadership of the company Taliport in the base of Balad said that "the company Horizons to facilitate matters with Iraqi officials, while revealing ten sources according to the newspaper, some of them have direct information on the involvement of Maliki , Where they said that "Maliki has full dominance of Afaq, while the information of the other section was secondary."
The sources said that "the son of al-Maliki, Ahmed al-Maliki and then his brother-in-law Yassir Sakhil al-Maliki, a current deputy, also deal with prospects," indicating that "the former prime minister does not manage all the details of prospects," but they claimed that he receives a wage and that relationship was successful for According to a former senior official at the Balad base, when Saliport officials were meeting Maliki, Afaq's management was arranging the meeting.
"The US Department of Justice is now investigating possible violations of US laws that limit external corrupt practices that Salliport has committed through its relationship with Afaq. The Caliborn file states that the government investigation looks into whether the former management of Saliport Knowing or supposed to have knowledge of alleged bribes promised by Afaq to Iraqi government officials. "
"Afaq started as a joint stock company with a Kuwaiti company called American United Logistics, or US logistics, owned by former US military logistics officers," the documents said. "American United, In the port of Umm Qasr, and by 2007 the company had a strange control of US military shipments through the port.
According to the investigation, one of the sources of American United said: "There was no competitor to it." But the company was shut down by 2013 due to serious issues related to its reputation. American United was dependent on Iraqi truck drivers to avoid attacks by insurgents who often targeted Kuwaiti trucks. In order to pay the wages of drivers, it created Iraqi companies that were eventually brought together in one company under the management of a person named Sami al-Asadi in 2008. "
The sources said that "this commercial company is called Afaq, and Asadi was the master of cargo traffic in Umm Qasr, and later because of disagreements with American United lost control of Umm Qasr and found Asadi a new way out and appeared to deal with companies such as Saliport." , That "the continuation of Sami al-Asadi with Saaliport was convincing the company because of his relationship with government officials." The newspaper pointed out that the first contract revealed between Afaq and Saliport may have happened in 2012. Where signed the Saaliport contract of security services and other logistics with the base The other is the base Spyker in Tikrit until it happens, but the organization is urging in 2014 . 
Spyker later became the site of the worst war crimes committed by the organization in Iraq, where they massacred nearly 1,700 trainees from the air force near them. But before the fall of Tikrit, Saliport, according to a former contractor, was in debt with Afaq. "A ​​contract was signed in 2012 between Afaq and Saliport for the al-Qaeda administration in Tikrit," a former Saliport official told the newspaper.The contract was in 50/50 arrangement and was paid. " This means that Saalport has paid for half of its interest in Al Qaeda.
"When Saliport was negotiating with Afaq, Nuri al-Maliki was one of the most influential people in the country. In September 2014, after the invasion of a pro-Iraqi organization, Maliki's government collapsed. This was a major blow to Al-Maliki and his family, as well as other commercial entities that supported him, including Afaq. "
"The deal with Afaq lasted for two years after Maliki lost the premiership while Saliport's leadership, which negotiated the completion of the contract, continued to work for the company," the sources said. In the year 2016, Saaliport stopped paying wages to Afaq. "The company is going to hell, we will not pay you to go to court, we do not care," the newspaper quoted a person familiar with the cancellation as saying. 
In August 2016, the Prosecution filed a lawsuit against Taliport in the Iraqi courts to charge it $ 70 million and pay $ 90 million. Both cases were lost in terms of obligations but they did not give up. Then resumed the prospects of the case and won. A Court of Cassation ruled that Saleport was a city of prospects for more than $ 56 million. However, the amount was not reimbursed because Saliport challenged the decision and won again for failing to provide sufficient evidence.
According to the investigation, "sources confirmed that" the loss of Spyker base did not affect the prospects .. Now linked to a contract with the US company SOSi through a joint stock company with prospects called Shahd East. They are partners in two other bases, namely the Taji base and Basmaya base. The Daily Daily quoted a former senior Western official, who served in several rounds in Iraq, as saying after reviewing the story of Afaq that "control of the government took place in Iraq with a broad executive authority over the army and security services And control over sources of money. "The official said:" Suspicious funds as well as our military industry. In the end the US government gave Maliki money to help him build a real shadow government. Maliki's corruption has directly helped the emergence of an advocate. "
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty Nujaifi calls to withdraw the hand of the governor of Nineveh and subject him to a high level

Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:43 am

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Former governor of Ninewa, Athil Nujaifi, called on Friday to withdraw the hand of the current governor, Nofal al-Aakoub, and subject him to a high-level investigation from the point of no corruption. 
"Nineveh has become a forgotten and abandoned province together, as if it were the scorched earth where no one can be held accountable for its corruption," Nujaifi said in a statement to Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, which was read by Mawazin News. "The judiciary is unable to pursue serious violations, With local government officials and the long corruption of members of the House of Representatives who are now seeking to cover the scandals within the parliamentary fact-finding commission. "
He pointed out that "the people of Mosul, fearing the threat of accusing them of supporting (defiant) and isolated themselves, and made only a small number of beneficiaries," stressing that "Mosul now needs to withdraw the hand of the governor and subject to the achievement of high level of non-corrupt, Assigning an interim administration and holding quick elections to the provincial council under interim administration. " 
"If that does not happen, Mosul will remain a fragile area that is easily exploited by all parties to the conflict, as well as easily exploited by terrorist organizations," he warned.
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty Maliki's office responds to local media The Daily Beast report,

Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:41 pm

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Maliki's office responds to local media The Daily Beast report,


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The media office of the president of the coalition of Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, expressed regret that the local media is engaged in the circulation of a lie published by a US site on what the Daily Beast published about the security contracts in Iraq.



"It is regrettable that the local media is involved in the circulation of a lie published by an obscure American site that has no value," said Hisham al-Rikabi, director of the office, in an interview with Alsumaria News. "He did not ask himself the question of the person who prepared the report."






"What is published on this site is a clear targeting and falls within the political demarcation process, which is backed by external parties supported by lobbyist lobbies funded to seek to mislead the public opinion," Rikabi said.



"The US Daily Beast will be prosecuted," he said.



The information published by the site "The Daily Beast" on the involvement of the former prime minister, head of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki, and his son and son-in-law corruption, a wide debate within the Iraqi street.


The US site said in a report published last Tuesday that the US Justice Department is conducting an investigation with a military contracts company alleged bribes to Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his son Ahmed al-Maliki and his brother-in-law Yasser al-Maliki (a deputy in the current parliament) to win extraordinary security contracts, An investigation that showed that the military contracting company "Saliport Global Services" played a role in bribes to owners and relatives.
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty his office: Foreign parties stand behind a report accusing Maliki and his son and son-in-law of corruption and bribes

Post by claud39 on Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:27 am

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Hisham al-Rikabi, director of the media office of the head of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki on Friday on the report published by "The Daily Best", which accused the latter and his son and son-in-law files of corruption and bribes.

The US Justice Department is conducting an investigation into a military contractor that allegedly bribed Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, his son Ahmed al-Maliki and his son-in-law Yasser al-Maliki, to secure exceptional security contracts, the Daily Beast reported in a report.

"It is regrettable that the local media are involved in the circulation of a lie published by an obscure American site that has no value, because it did not ask itself the question of who prepared the report," Rikabi told Reuters on Twitter.

He added that "what was published was clearly targeted and falls within the political wrangling, which is backed by external parties supported by the lobbies funded pressure seeking to mislead the public opinion."

The paper claimed that an investigation conducted between the company that contracted the military "Caliport Global Services" played a role in bribes to owners and relatives.




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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty Maliki hiding his office manager in the crowd of these scandals

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Maliki hiding his office manager in the crowd of these scandals




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The head of the coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki; to "hide" the director of his own protocol office to the popular crowd.

A source close to the agency told Agence France-Presse: "On February 14, a person close to Maliki, Ahmed al-Nouri, who was the director of the protocol office of Maliki, was transferred to the logistical support in the popular crowd with the (Abu Ali al-Kufi) Logistics stores in Taji by order of Maliki personally. "

Al-Nouri, a resident of the Al-Baladiyat area near the Public Security, purchased properties in the previous period in Al-Baladiyat; Al-Doura; Palestine Street. The most recent is a building in the Urfali area. Colonel Imad Kassem and Lt. Col. Adnan Qassem; they were two officers who were formerly bus drivers and are currently residents of Palestine Street. "

The source explained that "Nuri; was transferred from his office because of the disclosure of his financial and administrative corruption and fear of integrity to pursue him," indicating "during the last period Nouri meeting between the governor of Baghdad and the governor of Baghdad and the Algerian tribes in the old Baghdad governorate building behind the current provincial council building And in the presence of the adviser of the Iranian ambassador a week before the date above; which in turn bless the governor to take over this post.

He added that "the Algerian governor asked the audience and support him as they supported him in the last elections and promised them to provide services to them and their regions with the granting of degrees of employment for their children," noting that "the conservative cousin of Ali al-Jazairi, the leading jihadist in the peace Brigades with Ibrahim al-Jabri and Isrgawi."
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Iraq: Maliki and his son and son-in-law before charges of new corruption Empty An investigation that inflames Iraqi demands to hold Nuri al-Maliki accountable

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Amid Iraqi misery and popular discontent over political conflicts and rampant corruption in most parts of the country, Iraqis recalled former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after the US DailyBest recently published an investigation into his involvement and relatives in corruption deals with an American firm. 
The US Justice Department is conducting an investigation with the military contracting firm, Sayleport Global Services, to make sure it has allegedly played a role in bribing Iraqi officials in exchange for extraordinary contracts, the paper said.


She added that influential individuals - including Maliki - have relations with a Kuwaiti company called "Horizons", which allegedly sold the access and facilities of a large number of US military contracts, and the story of the company Horizons and its relations with US military contractors in Iraq came from two amounts disclosed with their information on Despite the personal danger they pose.


The verification revealed that it was able to verify the credibility of some of the allegations through documents and interviews with several people, including contractors and workers in the field of business in Iraq, who asked not to be named for fear of reaction against them.


Saliport operates military facilities in various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, but the company's flagship projects are at Balad Air Base, a base in northern Baghdad that includes US-funded F-16s.

In January 2014, Saliport received a contract from the Air Force to provide security support, training and security services to Al Qaeda, including essential services such as food and electricity, where Saliport received $ 1.1 billion for its services.

History of corruption 
Many consider that the period of Maliki's rule, which stretched between 2006 and 2014, Iraq is exposed to many disasters and crises, including corruption crimes cost Iraq tens of billions.


The biggest crisis witnessed by Iraq under Maliki was the control of the Islamic state organization on large parts of Iraq.

Many are demanding an investigation into the reasons for the bloody fall of the Iraqi army in that period and blame Maliki for it.

Communications activists 
After the newspaper revealed the involvement of Maliki and close to him, Iraqi activists commented on Maliki and accused him of corruption.


Activist Mohammed said that Maliki was the worst dictator witnessed by Iraq, and that he came on the back of tanks "Bush", and destroyed the country in favor of Iran.

Blogger Gamal al-Hakim described the investigation, which was revealed by the US Department of Justice, as an alarming scandal and three-sided, the first is the Saliport company, the second is Maliki and his family, and the third is Afaq.

Iraqi writer Shaho Al-Qarra Daghi questioned Maliki's accountability for his crimes and the corruption scandals he was involved in, noting that the Daily Daily revealed that Maliki, his son and son-in-law had dealt with a company that played a role in bribing US security contracts.

He called on the Iraqi judiciary to move to punish him and others like him for their corruption so that we believe that there is an independent judiciary in Iraq.

The media confirmed Mustafa Salem that the corruption of al-Maliki resulted in the destruction of cities and thousands of martyrs, adding that the investigations of the US Justice Department indicate his involvement and his son and son-in-law deals corruption.

Source: Al Jazeera
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