“They (Qatar and Saudi Arabia) don’t just intend unseating me but are attempting to paralyze political process in this country,” Maliki said in a interview with Al-Mayadin Channel on Friday.
He further criticized the two countries mediating policies in Syria and said:” Qatar and Saudi Arabia fuel the bleeding fire in Syria by sending arms and military help.”
Iraq ruling State of Law Coalition, led by Maliki, lashed out at Qatar a few days ago for alleged plan to change the political map of Iraq by giving 10 dollars to Maliki rivals to unseat him.
Main opposition Iraqiya List, Sadr Movement and Kurdistan Alliance accuse Maliki of consolidating and monopolizing power in Baghdad and have met several times to find a way to unseat the current premier.
The blocs attempt failed after signatures to vote Maliki out of office was less than the needed 163 that make president to send a withdrawing letter to parliament to impeach Maliki.
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