|Friday February 15|
The media office of the president of the coalition of Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, expressed regret that the local media is engaged in the circulation of a lie published by a US site on what the Daily Beast published about the security contracts in Iraq.
"It is regrettable that the local media is involved in the circulation of a lie published by an obscure American site that has no value," said Hisham al-Rikabi, director of the office, in an interview with Alsumaria News. "He did not ask himself the question of the person who prepared the report."
"What is published on this site is a clear targeting and falls within the political demarcation process, which is backed by external parties supported by lobbyist lobbies funded to seek to mislead the public opinion," Rikabi said.
"The US Daily Beast will be prosecuted," he said.
The information published by the site "The Daily Beast" on the involvement of the former prime minister, head of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki, and his son and son-in-law corruption, a wide debate within the Iraqi street.
The US site said in a report published last Tuesday that the US Justice Department is conducting an investigation with a military contracts company alleged bribes to Iraqi officials, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his son Ahmed al-Maliki and his brother-in-law Yasser al-Maliki (a deputy in the current parliament) to win extraordinary security contracts, An investigation that showed that the military contracting company "Saliport Global Services" played a role in bribes to owners and relatives.
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