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Anybody know anything else about this? Sounds like Maliki wants out if they'll give him a pardon.


Al-Maliki: who wants Disclaimer of liability it retire from political life

Alsumaria news 17/11/2012-1: 10 pm | Hits: 20


Alsumaria news/Baghdad
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Saturday, it wants Disclaimer of liability to quit political life, and called for cooperation and a sense of responsibility and solidarity.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in a speech today at the opening ceremony of the second gas power station Hilla, and attended by the Sumerian "news", that "nation-building is not what everyone does not work, the Government and the Parliament, politicians, civil society organizations, in a spirit of solidarity, integrity and honesty".

Al-Maliki said that "he wants to get rid of the consequences of responsibility it retire from politics and go where he wants," he said, adding that "any party or entity could not run the country alone", calling on all to "work from the honesty and sincerity in action, not from throwing responsibility on others".

Al-Maliki said that "all those responsible are made both in capacity and efficiency, honesty and integrity so that the darkest one".

Al-Maliki was stressed, in (October 1, 2012), that make an effort in order not to repeat the experience of the Government of national partnership, saying they are trying to block the action.

Iraq has witnessed a political crisis since April last month, claims of no-confidence in the Government of President Nouri al-Maliki by the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi list and the Sadr movement, but this crisis started with the solution after the National Alliance announced the formation of a reform Committee.


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