According to the news wire, the Information Centre of the Supreme Judicial Council had received a request from the Public Prosecution to take legal measures.
In the purported recordings, Al-Maliki is heard threatening violence against Shia religious leader Al-Sadr, as well as the President of Kurdistan Region, Masoud Barzani.
He is also heard in the recordings describing the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF), a Shia militia movement, as "cowards."
Fadhel did not name the others or disclose how he obtained the recordings.
In one of the clips, Al-Maliki is heard discussing partnering up with an armed Shia faction to confront the Sadrist movement.
Following news of the leaks, Al-Sadr demanded that Al-Maliki turn himself over to the judiciary and quit political life. For his part, Al-Maliki dismissed the recordings as fakes.
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