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Newspaper: Maliki about his money to Iran and he and Fayyad and dagger on the list of new US sanctions DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 29, 2019 11:40 pm

Newspaper: Maliki about his money to Iran and he and Fayyad and dagger on the list of new US sanctions

Newspaper: Maliki about his money to Iran and he and Fayyad and dagger on the list of new US sanctions Image

29-07-2019 09:05 PM

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revealed Arab newspaper, on Monday, in a report on the US administration 's intention to include head of a coalition of state law , Nuri al - Maliki and a businessman Khamis dagger and head of the popular crowd in the list of new sanctions.

The sources said that the head of the Popular Lobby, Faleh al-Fayyad, who is the national security adviser in the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, may be at the top of a list of new sanctions, issued by the US Treasury Department.

The name of the controversial Sunni businessman, Khamis Khanjar, has already been put on the new list, but efforts are continuing to correct the issue.

If Chaldean and Abu Mazen can resort to US sanctions because of the lack of evidence linking them to any known bank accounts, it would be very different with Maliki, Fayyad and the dagger, each with an international financial transaction network and large balances in banks inside and outside the country, As well as the restrictions of movement and political embarrassment, which result from this type of punishment.

An Iraqi political observer did not rule out that Maliki had put his money and property in the care of the Iranian regime and Hezbollah. Therefore sanctions can only affect the level of its financial transactions through the Central Bank of Iraq if the US authorities concerned to monitor his work.

Although Maliki has become an influence on the political process in the past, he is still able to influence the work of the state in a hidden way through his followers, which requires the uprooting, as happened to the former Governor of the Central Bank of the past and effort and perseverance and verification, which is not the Iraqi government able to accomplish For now. The inclusion of his name on the list of US sanctions opens a door in hopes of stopping the work of one of the biggest corruption machines in Iraq.

The paper predicted that "this happens at any moment. This is because the American punishment in the first list included four of those directly involved in financial corruption related to the funds pumped for the reconstruction of the devastated cities after the occupation of Mosul, which is the subject of suspicions about Maliki's direct responsibility for him on the day as prime minister. So the rope seems closer to Maliki's neck at this time than ever before.

"Maliki has already fled to Iran in search of protection, having felt that things could turn against him and be brought to court. This happened immediately after the fall of Mosul, but the terrorist organization urged. A scenario that could be repeated now if a US decision is issued against him. "

Regardless of his political position, Maliki is still the biggest symbol of financial and administrative corruption in Iraq, not only because he has been enriched illegally but also because he has enacted laws that put the Iraqi economy between the jaws of the corruption machine indefinitely.

Observers in Baghdad agree that al-Maliki can be convicted of a wide range of issues, most of which are due to his second term in office, between 2010 and 2014, especially after the departure of US troops from Iraq in 2011, and the vacuum of the internal arena of any sergeant.

He accused Maliki of using the state's power to pursue his political rivals - Shi'ites, Sunnis and Kurds - and was blamed for the disappearance of hundreds of billions of dollars in revenues from the sale of the country's oil during his eight years.

But the biggest accusation that haunts al-Maliki is his direct responsibility for the fall of about one-third of Iraq's territory by elements of an organization calling for the summer of 2014 and the associated Yazid minority in Sinjar, the shedding of Turkoman blood in Tal Afar, the displacement of millions of Sunni residents, Which hit the infrastructure and houses of the population in three Iraqi provinces, both during the occupation period by the preacher, or in the process of liberation.

Al-Maliki publicly expressed his fears when he considered that US reports of suspicious financial links with US officers dating back to his second term were within the realm of political targeting and paved the way for sanctions.


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