Jeddah / follow-up Baghdadiya News / source confirmed that the high-level Saudi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi will not return to Iraq at the present time
Quoted by news reports just published that Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi will not return to Iraq at the present time.
The Saudi official said that the return of Iraqi Vice President to Baghdad would be conditional on change of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the democratically.
And met with Tariq al-Hashimi is wanted by the Iraqi government on terrorism charges Wednesday and Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal in Jeddah, also accused in an interview with Al Jazeera, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of targeting Sunni Arabs in Iraq.
He said news brief on the site that he met with Hashemi, Prince Saud al-Faisal. He said that "During the meeting, they exchanged views on regional and local situation."
He said Hashemi, who arrived in Saudi Arabia from Doha, in an interview with Al-Jazeera aired on Wednesday that his case "with a sectarian dimension" as that "fifth Sunni figure be targeted."
He stressed that "90 percent of detainees in Iraq's Sunni Arab, and not less than 80 charge and directed" to protect members of al-Hashemi "as well as being subjected to torture" while "there are no arrests disclosed by the security services."
Hashemi criticized the Prime Minister, stressing that "corruption is rampant in the country and destroy the equitable distribution of wealth," warning that "the unity of Iraq is at stake at the moment and all options are open."
Hashemi and local support provided by Baghdad to the Syrian regime.
He said according to the content of the interview, which move through the site to the island, "Nuri al-Maliki accused the regime of Bashar al-Assad of supporting terrorism, but he changed his stance after the revolution and became his defense."
He added that "there are indications about the forms of support provided by the al-Maliki to the Assad regime, including information about an Iraqi militia fighting alongside the Syrian regime, and there is unconfirmed information about the use of Iraqi air corridor to help the Syrian regime."
Hashemi and saw it was "inconsistent with the constitution and with the position of Iraq committed to the decisions of the Arab League."