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"We will go to international courts, with European lawyers, including Britons and Irish, to file a lawsuit against the government's continuing actions against the sons of the former Iraqi president without right," Arif told Twilight News.
"All this is the secretions of the occupation and what is built on falsehood is false."
"The Iraqi government is calling on the international community to take measures aimed at national reconciliation, but it is taking completely different measures," he said.
The Justice and Accountability Commission in Iraq, on Sunday, the government to confiscate the property of dozens of officials under Saddam Hussein and their relatives, according to a letter to the body.
The letter addressed to the Government Secretariat and the Ministers of Finance, Justice and Agriculture included the names of ministers and leaders of the Ba'ath Party imprisoned, dead or executed, and included their wives, children, grandchildren and second-degree relatives.
Ali Hassan al-Majid, the cousin of Saddam Hussein, nicknamed "Chemical Ali" who was executed in 2010, and the half brother of Saddam Barzan Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti, who was executed in 2007.
The list included Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan, who was executed in 2007, Saddam's Abdul Hamid Mahmoud , known as "Abed Hamoud" who was executed in 2012
included Tariq Aziz , who died in 2015 after his imprisonment following his surrender in 2003 after the US invasion of Iraq and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein 's regime.
His son, Ziad Tariq Aziz, condemned the decision "only to win votes as the elections approach" on 12 May.
Tariq Aziz took over several ministries under Saddam Hussein, especially between 1983 and 1991.
He denied the son of Tariq Aziz possession of any property lent to his family, stressing that "my father's house in Baghdad was confiscated from Ammar al-Hakim," the Shiite leader and leader of the current "national wisdom" adopted by the headquarters.