Karbouli confirms the intention of parliament to form a committee to investigate documents Chalabi and uncertainties to assassinate him
2015/11/08 17:29 Number of Views: 288
Long-Presse / Baghdad
MP for the Alliance of strongman Mohamed Karbouli, on Sunday, the intention of parliament to form an investigative committee to detect doubts assassination of Ahmed Chalabi and the investigation of the documents disclosed, and as he pointed to the existence of the entire file with the Speaker of Parliament belonging to these documents, confirmed the existence of "fingers" refers to the involvement mafias to assassinate him.
Mohammad al-Karbouli in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that "Chalabi has important files and this gives us an indication to open a file on the money that had been smuggled private central bank and file transfer by private banks."
Karbouli He added that "the House of Representatives will form an investigative committee to follow up on corruption, which Chalabi heads the committee on detection and doubts behind his assassination process and the beneficiary of that file, indicating that Chalabi him speaker of parliament a complete file on the financial issues of corruption."
Karbouli and pointed out that "Chalabi had a good health and that there are fingers to indicate the involvement of mafia to assassinate him after Chalabi's determination to open the files of corruption", calling on the government to "move and interest in the subject."
He died the leader of the National Congress and Chairman of the Finance Committee MP Ahmad Chalabi, on Tuesday morning (November 3, 2015), in his home city of Kadhimiya, north of Baghdad, after a sudden heart attack.
And Ahmed Abdel Hadi Chalabi generate Baghdad in 1945, the founder of the movement of the Iraqi National Congress and Chairman of the Finance Committee in the current session of the House of Representatives, and is one of the most prominent opponents of the President of the former regime of Saddam Hussein.
The (long-Presse) revealed that he intended to file the late National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi exposed to public opinion on cases of corruption in government institutions.
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