Dabbagh: Maliki’s son, advisors, Sinaid involved in corruption accompanied Russian armament deals
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The former spokesperson of the government, Ali al-Dabbagh, accused Ahmed Nouri al-Maliki, the son of the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, and Hassan al-Sinaid, the head of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, of being involved in the corruption accompanied the armament deals with Russia.
The Russian Moscow News Agency stated that Dabbagh, who is currently visited the United Arab Emirates “Released dangerous statements regarding the involvement of Maliki’s son in the corruption of the Iraqi-Russian armament deal,” assuring that “Some of Maliki’s advisors are involved in the corruption issues as well.”
The Agency quoted Dabbagh, as saying “I wanted to reveal the information that I have regarding the corruption in that deal, but I was fired and threatened,” noting that “Maliki asked his media advisor to start a defaming campaign against me.”
“I’m not patient anymore and they have to think about it,” he concluded.