Leader of the Dawa party reveals that al-Maliki’s plans for a military coup and refused to hand over the Qasralriash Ebadi


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Posted 30/10/2014 04:56 AM

MP for the coalition of state law and Walid al-Hilli said former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had planned a military coup, in an attempt to stay as prime minister for a third term. The ornaments, a leader in calling for Maliki’s party in a press statement that “the Dawa Party is still the presidency for al-Maliki, and prevent him from renewing his third term,” noting that “the Dawa Party saved Iraq from al-Maliki, a political risk, which proved its failure scope and broad.”

On the other hand, said a source close to Vice President Nouri al-Maliki, the last by the expulsion of the leaders of the Dawa Party Labs and Walid al-Hilli from his home in the Green Zone, during his visit to discuss ways to resolve the dispute between him and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The source said that “The purpose of the visit ornaments, is to convince the palace to hand over al-Maliki as prime minister of Ebadi, the resolution of this dispute happening between them, to move forward in the formation of the government away from personal disputes,” explaining that Maliki expel ornaments, and told him that this matter does not Anikm, nothing to do with you as long as you may Bamora Tkhazltm and Altgotm side Abadi.

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