Posts Tagged ‘Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’

11/17/2013

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Saturday, that Iraq is an investment opportunity largest in the world due to “sabotage all its facilities and infrastructure,” and criticized the Iraqi Council of Representatives “for refusing to vote on the law of economic reform”, as expressed astonishment of “insulting the government rather than praise its achievements”, he called on citizens to rationalization of energy consumption. (more…)

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An international report: Salary Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki $ 3 million per year, the highest in the world among the kings and presidents and prime ministers
May 6, 2013 in political

 

BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq – published several newspapers, Arab and international on Monday, for salaries and property of kings and heads of the world, and pointed out that the salary of the king of Norway is the highest among the Kings, where Receives million and 200 thousand euros per year, while receiving the king of the Netherlands new 829 thousand euros, and the Duke of Luxembourg 645 thousand euros. (more…)

16/09/2012 19:51

Arbil September 16 / September (Rn) – Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday with the U.S. Special Inspector General Office of the Iraq Reconstruction Stuart W. that the final report will be issued by his office. (more…)

Moves by an Iraqi Sunni-dominated province to demand autonomy from Baghdad and rumors of coup d’etat led by Ba’athists have Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki very worried about the prospects of a rebellion.

Such an “Iraqi Spring” would enjoy the full financial and political backing of Saudi Arabia’s new Crown Prince, Nayef Ibn Abdul-Aziz. In recent years Nayef has seen his country’s influence in Iraq drop dramatically as Tehran’s star rose.

The uprising would be very different to the Arab Spring. Instead of a grassroots revolt against an autocratic ruler, this would see Sunnis revolt against the Shi’ite politicians imposed on them since Iran established its hegemony over Iraqi politics in 2003.

Read More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sami-moubayed/preparing-for-a-sunni-arab-spring_b_1092743.html

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Friday, to build a new Libya prevail justice and respect, after their exit from the “tyrant Gaddafi.”

A statement from the office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has received “Twilight News” copy of it, saying that “the similarity of the fate of dictators in Iraq and Libya, evidence of the ability of peoples to defeat dictators important Tafranoa, and take charge of her industry, present and future.”

Maliki called the statement “the brotherly Libyan people to maintain unity and cohesion for the construction of a new Libya prevail justice and freedom,” returned to “the end of Gaddafi marks the beginning of a new phase of security, stability and democracy in Libya, sister.”

It is said that the Libyan Transitional Council, announced, on Thursday, killing Muammar Gaddafi, after months of fighting between the militants and al-Gaddafi.

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Maliki confirms the United Nations Mission for the government’s adherence to an end to create a file group

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, the seriousness of the government to end a group to create the end of this year, calling on the United Nations to cooperate with Iraq in all areas, as pointed out the new Special Representative to the United Nations Mission to the situation in Iraq is going up to the ambition .

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