Maliki is pushing the boiling point and his opponents accuse him of dictatorship

Voice of Iraq) - 17/04/2012

Translation term in the past, Iraq was in the midst of political crisis, but today, Mr. Nuri al-Maliki pushes things to the boiling point.

Muhammad Ali wrote Alhearsa correspondent says: "The major political factions accused the Prime Minister to become a dictatorship after the arrest of the Electoral Commission Chairman Faraj al-Haidari, a charge denied by the Prime Minister on Saturday."

For his part, praised Martin Kobler, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the Electoral Commission for elections and discussed the importance of the upcoming provincial elections to be held next year.

Therefore, the reported arrest of President of the Commission Faraj al-Haidari and member of the Commission Karim al-Tamimi was alarming and predicted risk.

newspaper term that Moqtada al-Sadr announced last Saturday that the arrests show that Nuri al-Maliki may be trying to delay the election or cancellation, as pointed out al-Sadr that the arrest must be based on the evidence and not according to the whim of the Prime Minister and should not happen on the grounds that al-Maliki wants to "postpone the elections or call them."

For its part, has not made ​​the court, dominated by al-Maliki, any effort to demonstrate that it impartial or fair.

This judicial system is a nightmare, it's essential claim of the rotation, but very sad that the Western press refuses to do so.

Yesterday I announced that the Supreme Judicial Council has used Faraj al-Haidari refugee housing funds for the purchase of land plots, and that he would face seven years in prison for this act.

This is not the judiciary, judiciary listen to the evidence in the trial and then reach conclusions, and that the judiciary does not say anything before the trial show that someone is guilty and will be imprisoned.

If the decision was made ​​before any trial there is no need to make.

This is not justice and do not reflect the Iraqi Constitution, which insists that the accused is innocent until proven guilty.

If there is not spend a neutral listening to the evidence and allegations and claims the interview and then reach a conclusion based on the facts presented, it can not be spend at all, but spend carried out the whims of Nuri al-Maliki.

the Western press was not invited to the judiciary when the switch Decade for the Eradication same press conference - of nine judges - to declare that Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi was guilty of terrorism.

The Western press has refused to recall that the press conference showed that Hashemi was right that he would not receive a fair trial.

The judiciary can not declare that the accused is guilty before trial.

Was on the Western press is not only the judges condemn these dictators, but she also had to call the Iraqi parliament to the charges and removed from office.

They refuse to act in accordance with the Constitution clearly.

You must call these judges in front of Parliament and the accountability of what is bothering them in Article 19 of the Constitution, which says Bndha V "The accused is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law fairly, and that the accused can not be tried for the same crime again if previously was acquitted of which did not show a new guide".

Must be asked, "Do not you understand what this means?" If they claimed to understand it must be asked "Why did not Tamiloa him then?".

in most countries do not hold press conferences of judges, and certainly do not do that before the trial to declare that the defendant guilty.

Even the most repressive regimes do not do it, but the ignorance and stupidity of the judges in Baghdad reveals to the whole world that they are corrupt and refuse to act in accordance with their constitution and they are incapable of anything other than exactly what it al-Maliki.

that Iraq was fond of executions, perhaps it's time to line up "judges" who Constitution do not work.

If executions are a means to deal with the Iraqi people, it must be the way to deal with Iraqi officials who Hnthoa the oath to the Constitution Aksmoh.

but expect to move from the Western press is such that we expect from one person to stand without a backbone.

Says a member of the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, "When you are targeting head the Independent Electoral Commission, this is a message from the person's target that is above the law and above the political process.

The person who stands behind this is the head of a coalition of state law (Maliki) because he wants to say either that you will rigging elections or he will use his powers for revenge against the Commission.

This arrest is evidence that the judiciary has become a tool, however, Mr. al-Maliki."

Today we move beyond the stage of the birth of the dictatorship and move on to the stage of the growing dictatorship at the hands of the Prime Minister.

This reminds us of how al-Maliki has vowed to issue an arrest warrant for al-Hashemi called for the withdrawal of confidence from his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, the radio and television networks, the U.S. has ignored them.

Small wonder that Americans are still vaunted as "glorious exit of U.S. forces from Iraq." about: New York Times