Twilight News / Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi an investigation into allegations of corruption in arms deals in the development threatens to ignite a new political crisis by the military moves to restore Mosul of al Daash.
The dispute threatens to slow down on the fight against corruption, the driving force behind the restoration of Mosul and take advantage of the field gains against extremist militants procedures.
That was a disagreement halted government activity for several months and sparked clashes between protesters and security forces in Baghdad earlier this year.
He denied Iraq's parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the corruption charges that face him in a parliamentary session closed and Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, who later said the official page on Facebook that he had blackmailed details related contracts are weapons.
Obeidi did not give evidence in the electronic publication. According to a separate message that many of the suspects of Representatives in similar crimes.
Monday accused al-Obeidi, al-Jubouri and his advisor Muthana al-Samarrai of involvement in corruption cases relating to contracts and armament Msahumich them and try to blackmail him, during a secret session devoted to the interrogation of Iraqi Defense Minister in the House of Representatives about the corruption files.
He spoke with the Iraqi minister questioned in front of the parliament of "political extortion practiced by al-Jubouri to pass arming and buy cars for transmission to those close to him for the purpose of obtaining kickbacks to Iraqi blood account two billion dollars worth of contracts for the details."
He also stressed that a number of deputies from different blocks like Mohammed Karbouli on the mass of the solution and high Nassif, a coalition of state law and others have pressured him to get armament contracts and appointments also accused of trying to Msahumich traders.
Issued Jubouri his part, is the formation of a special committee to investigate the names mentioned in the meeting, as he himself decided to withdraw.
Jubouri said the investigation will be launched in the names and times associated with the accusation against him by the Minister of Defense, which relates to bargaining on arming the Iraqi army for decades.
Obeidi expressed his willingness to come to the Integrity Commission to expose corruption within the ministry, stressing that he would not "compromise on the people and the forces will be held accountable anyone who tries to pass the decades of corruption, whatever its location or authority."
For its part announced the Integrity Commission to form a commission of inquiry with the names, which he accused the minister attempts to blackmail him for armament contracts marred by corruption.
During a televised news conference following the meeting, al-Jubouri, described it as a farce for not conducting the interrogation.
Former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki - who was forced to resign in the wake of the invasion of the organization of the Islamic state of the connector as acting defense minister at the time.
Controlled organization of the Islamic state on one-third of Iraq two years ago, but since then the expulsion of many areas at the hands of Shiite armed factions and the army being rebuilt slowly with support from the coalition led by the United States.
Abadi trying for more than two years to tackle corruption in Iraq, which is ranked 161 on the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index, comprises 168 countries, but faces resistance from most of the political elite sectors.
Obeidi told state television in an interview Saturday that the summons to appear before the parliament is nothing but a conspiracy by what he described as Balvasudain political target because of tackling corruption.
He said that since taking over the ministry reduced to a large gain from operations of corruption in arms deals and the phenomenon of "ghost soldiers" to the extent they are members of the military do not exist in reality but are getting paid.