"Received the Commander in Chief of the armed forces of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki written questions from the parliamentary committee responsible for investigating suspicions of corruption in the arms deal from Russia." FULL ARTICLE & LINK BELOW
Carrello: I guess written documentation could swing either way at this point. But the idea that written documentation is even being presented to Maliki is encouraging.
Enorrste: I agree with you, Carello. This could be the crack in the dam for Maliki if it can be shown that he was involved directly in the corruption. It could well lead to impeachment hearings against him. Time will tell.
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BlueyesinLevis: This is just one aspect of how badly things are going for maliki. He has no alliances left. There are documents now showing he stole about 7 billion dinar a year since 2006.. over 42 billion total. Yeah.. there is more stuff happening in the last few weeks than we have seen all year.The UN... IMF.. and US are climbing all over the Iraqi scene Dig it..
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Saturday, December 15 1 / December 2012 14:26
[Baghdad - where]
Received the Commander in Chief of the armed forces of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki written questions from the parliamentary committee responsible for investigating suspicions of corruption in the arms deal from Russia.
Committee member said Jaafar al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] on Saturday that "the investigative committee has sent several written questions to the prime minister on Russian arms deal and that the Commission waiting to be answered," without disclosing the nature of the questions.
The government has signed a number of arms deals with the State of Russia and the Czech Republic during a visit by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to them.
The government decided to re-negotiate with Moscow on the arms deal which was canceled after suspicions of corruption, and sent a negotiating team confirmed it moves in the new purchase weapons to protect the country's security and sovereignty.
The form of the House of Representatives parliamentary committee to investigate headed Committee Chairman Parliamentary Integrity Bahaa al-Araji of the investigation into the case arms deal with Russia, which hosted a number of officials in the government between the defense minister and the agency Saadoun al-Dulaimi and media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Moussawi and government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, who was sacked because it relates the case for the purpose of interrogated.
The president of the Committee Bahaa al-Araji said the Parliamentary Committee investigative arms deal with Russia and confirmed the presence of suspicions of corruption in the deal.
The Committee met special investigative file deal of Russian weapons, according to a press release MP for the coalition of state law Izzat Shabandar that information came out Shabandar complementary to the information heard by the Committee at its first meeting last Sunday by others who hosted the investigative both the defense minister and agency and adviser Presidency and the number officers in the Ministry of Defense and the information that reached the Committee during its meetings confirmed the existence of suspicions of corruption in the Russian arms deal ". ended 2.