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Post by Ponee Tue Feb 03, 2015 11:48 am

President of the Civic Democratic Alliance bloc Mithal al-Alusi, on Tuesday, Vice President Nuri al-Maliki accused of being a threat to Iraq's national security.
 
He said al-Alusi said in a statement reported for ((eighth day)) that "Nuri al-Maliki still lives in the Republican Palace in the Green Zone and share with the prime minister Haider al-Abadi government offices inside the palace, adding that" the vice president is trying to disrupt the work of the government through ruled by military force formed on the duration of 8 years. "


He called al-Alusi, Abadi remove Nuri al-Maliki of the Republican Palace, which should be the seat of the head of government and not a special office what Maliki still live lives of the rooms inside the presidential palace and did not leave. "
 
He said al-Alusi, said, "Nuri al-Maliki seized Iraqi funds since he came to power and form armed militias loyal".

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Post by Ponee Tue Feb 03, 2015 11:49 am

It is unbelievable that Maliki is still even residing there ! The council of ministries told him to leave awhile ago and yet there he is.  How strange their whole gov't is. Can you see a president staying in the White House after a new President has been voted in? 

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Post by Ponee Tue Feb 03, 2015 11:54 am

Two co-chairs of the Iraqi government ... and Nuri al-Maliki still lives Republican Palace
 

Tue Feb 03 2015 5:46 p.m.

- Roudao - Baghdad head of Civic Democratic Alliance accused Mithal al-Alusi, on Tuesday, Vice President Nuri al-Maliki as a threat to Iraq's national security. He pointed out that al-Maliki still exercise its role as prime minister. He said al-Alusi, a network Roudao media that "Nuri al-Maliki still lives in the Republican Palace in the Green Zone and share with the prime minister Haider al-Abadi government offices inside the palace." He pointed out that "the vice president shall exercise the role of Chairman of the Iraqi government through governed by military force formed on the duration of 8 years."

 He pointed out that currently governs Iraq two are co-prime minister two Haider Abadi and Nuri al-Maliki said, adding: "I ask Abadi remove Nuri al-Maliki Republican Palace, which should be the seat of the head of government and not a special office what Maliki still lives in the same room inside the presidential palace and did not leave. " He said al-Alusi, said, "Nuri al-Maliki seized Iraqi funds since he came to power and form armed militias loyal to him."

Besides MP said the National Alliance covenants Fadhli, Abadi is that only those who have the decision in Iraq.Fadhli said network Roudao media, said that "political decision only concerned with the President of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi." Denying that the Vice President Nuri al-Maliki partner with those decisions. confirmed Fadhli, there are differences between the Prime Minister and Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, regarding housing in the presidential palace and the delivery of government vehicles, are described: "But those differences do not mean that al-Maliki is still interested in government decisions Iraqi. "

He took al-Maliki (65 years) as prime minister for the first time in 2006 after he emerged as a compromise candidate. During his two terms among several accused al-Maliki of pursuing a sectarian policy Arabs marginalized Sunnis and Kurds. It also cited against accusations of corruption and incompetence, which was reflected in the weak Iraqi security forces performance.

And finally exposed this weakness with the collapse of the military units in front of the whole progress extremists "Daash" last year. After his announcement, he stepped down in August (last August) for the benefit of his successor, Haider al-Abadi boosted hopes that the government has offered the extremists and prevent the disintegration of the country.

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