Basra / obelisk: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said on Saturday that the greatest danger facing Iraq is the repudiation of responsibility and panic in front of TV screens to throw the responsibility on others.
Maliki said in a speech during a meeting with families of the sons owner in the district in Basra and Qurna attended "obelisk", "No one has the right to divest himself of responsibility," he said, adding that "the political process, the process of all Iraqis and all of them within the responsibility."
"The most dangerous thing we face is to evade responsibility and panic to television screens in order to throw the responsibility on others."
And on the next election, Maliki said: "I invite you not be cost-free audio and awareness, it's certificate is not sold or purchased and can not be a false witness."
And Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki earlier today, Saturday, to the province of Basra, in an unannounced visit, said a source familiar with the goal of al-Maliki Maliki's visit is the distribution of land plots to citizens, the poor and the needy.
The source said the "obelisk", "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki arrived in Basra province in 1500 to distribute a piece of land for housing the poor and needy citizens," noting that it "will meet with citizens in Basra International Hotel."
The source, who requested anonymity, that "the governor of Basra Majed Nasraoui and head of the provincial council behind Abdul Samad and a number of officials were met with Prime Minister Maliki and his accompanying delegation at the airport in Basra."
The source said that he "hoped to meet with al-Maliki, a number of officials of the province to discuss the situation and Aalamna a service."
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