The governor of Babylon, Karar al-Abadi on Monday accused of impairing the souls in the provincial council of plotting him in the case of fraud has been submitted to the Commission on Integrity.
Abadi said in a statement today, "There was a lot of talk about the subject of the judicial call and the issuance of a warrant of arrest and my refusal to surrender myself and here I would like to show you the following:
First: I respect the judicial decisions and comply with them directly, but what happened yesterday was a request to postpone the hearing, but did not attach the General Agency for Defense lawyers with the request, so issued a warrant for the arrest of my right.
Second: The origin of the lawsuit is the addition of some weak souls in the provincial council to add (one word) to support the housing provided to them by us and the color of a different pen and a different line and sent him to integrity after six months as all that last period was within the reach of the Council, and was added (one word) It (Hilla) and sent it under the pretext of forgery, which I do not need in the first support.
Al-Abadi continued by saying that "here I ask my question to the gentlemen in the Council of the distinguished judiciary Is the trial of (word) in support of housing was developed by the followers who wanted to suppress demonstrators Babylon and not tried from stealing the goods of the country during the past years? The people and his demands to hold the corrupt? "
The court of Babylon decided to postpone the lawsuit against the governor to the nineteenth of November, and issued an arrest warrant for the governor for not attending the court session yesterday.