BAGHDAD / long-Presse
Defense Ministry denied a member of the Integrity Committee MP Adel al-Jubouri's remarks about the Czech aircraft deal (L-159). And as pointed out that those statements aimed at "important leaders" in the ministry, confirmed its intention to file a lawsuit against al-Jubouri and provide all the evidence that proves the credibility of the ministry followed in legal contexts aircraft contracts.
The Defence Ministry said, in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The statements made by the member of the Parliamentary Integrity MP Adel Nouri, regarding the aircraft all L- 159 deal, which was raised through the channel Baghdadi screen - Studio program ninth on 19. 11-2015, wholesale and detail, are completely untrue, and not left to the minute information from accredited official sources in the ministry. "
The statement added that "those statements I and clearly targeted for the Foundation and the Defense Ministry and its departments and leaders of the mission where, and proved in a feature else that mafias corruption had become convinced by its inability to influence the ministry and get them on what serves their own interests and malicious agendas."
A statement of the Ministry of Defense that "In the face of what touched by the comments of a breach of the values of the state and its dealings, and what could be its impact negative shades reflected on the performance of the army and the morale of its fighters, while targeting the defense establishment at the heart of the ethics of their work, which was keen ministry's leadership after the inauguration defense minister to his responsibilities in October the first of last year, 2014, on the development of transparency, integrity and professionalism in which the values of, say about all of this, the Ministry of Defense announces that it will hold a lawsuit against MP Adel Nouri to the reported statements, and will provide all the evidence that proves the credibility of the ministry and the transparency of its procedures ethical, professional and legal contexts. "
The ministry statement presented at the details of the aircraft deal and the date of contract and legal ways that followed in the purchase of these aircraft.
He was delivered to Iraq, the beginning of November a Czech-made fighter planes from the L159 at the base north of Baghdad, country-style, under a contract signed between Iraq and the Czech Republic.
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