Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Dahlaki: Maliki is seeking a third term and not resign from office [Audio]

Thursday, 01 August / August 2013 10:59


[Baghdad where]

MP for the Iraqi List, Raad Dahlaki, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki seeks to third presidency of the Council of Ministers and not resign from office.

The Dahlaki, according to a statement received by all of Iraq [where] today there was "no Iraqi culture to recognize the error or resign from office in the event of default in duties or offer the country into crisis

n its own interest and narrow submit his resignation and writes his history, but this culture does not permanently exist in Iraq. emphasize the absence of any official relinquishes his post for the sake of Iraq. "

Iraq has been since months a series of bombings, car bombs and improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded hundreds, mostly civilians, are the fiercest attacks for years.

In a preliminary statistical interview [where] the bombings last Monday , more than 190 people had been killed and wounded when a [18] a car bomb in different areas of Baghdad and in the provinces of Wasit, Muthanna and Basra.

The Interior Ministry announced on the background of the bombings that "the country is facing an undeclared war waged by the forces of sectarian bombings carried out on political backgrounds to drag the country into civil war."

As promised the Baghdad Operations Command bombings as "an attempt to ignite sectarian strife."

For his part, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon expressed dismay at the deterioration of security and said that "Iraq stands at a crossroads else," stressing that "the onus is on political leaders to bring the country back from the brink."

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92600 :2013-08-01-07-59-26&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86