Iraq denies its intention to withdraw its ministers from the government again

18/03/2012 16:09

Baghdad, March 18 / March (Rn) – denied the leadership of the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Sunday, the determination of the existing pull its ministers from the government once again in the event of failure to meet its demands by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during 72 hours. The leader of the Iraqi List Hamid al-Mutlaq, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that… “the rumors of the news about the intention of Iraq to withdraw its ministers from the government once again untrue,” pointing out that “Iraq has not made ​​any condition to meet its demands within 72 hours to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.” The MP for the coalition in Iraq Talal Zobaie had said earlier in the day’s (Rn) that “Iraq has given the government 72 hours to meet the demands of political and Bouklavha will be withdrawn and the ministers of the Iraqi government again,” noting that “the demands of the Iraqi summed to hold national meeting prior to the Arab Summit and the abolition of accountability and justice law and to expedite the enactment of the amnesty and the application of the terms of Arbil. ” He al-Mutlaq said the “Iraqi awaiting national conference was held and the results of that outcome, and there is no intention by the existing withdrawal of ministers from the government at the present time.” The Iraqi decided to end last year’s suspension the presence of deputies and ministers meetings of both houses of parliament and ministers, to protest what it called a policy of marginalization and autocracy exercised by the government. The Preparatory Committee for the meeting of the National had agreed at its last meeting to develop a structural overview of the agenda and the formation of a sub-committee of the details of the agenda out of the general restructuring which has been agreed around it. From: Mohammed Tayeb, the Open: Joseph Karwan