Allawi calls for Maliki to resign and hold early elections to resolve the crisis radically

Allawi calls for Maliki to resign and hold early elections to resolve the crisis radically

Friday, January 04, 2 / January 2013 16:05

[Baghdad – where]

Called for the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to resign and hold early elections in order to solve problems in the country radically.

Allawi said in a speech addressed to the Iraqi people today, “Invite to early parliamentary elections, and I support Maliki’s call for early elections, by offering his resignation, and the formation of an interim government by the House of Representatives and under the supervision of the United Nations.”

He added that “the government should resign for Iraqi political forces can fundamentally solve problems, and must achieve balance and justice among the Iraqi people.”

Addressing Allawi, al-Maliki in his speech by saying I support your invitation to early elections, provided that the offer to resign, the political forces can solve problems and crises drastically, urging the National Alliance “to persuade al-Maliki to submit his resignation and the nomination of another character from within the National Alliance.”

The president of the Iraqi List, the demonstrations “a legitimate right and the need to continue in Salimi”, calling for “achieving balance in all state institutions, and the release of innocent detainees and detention centers, and the abolition of some of the laws that have caused harm to the Iraqi people as law 4 terrorism, accountability and justice.”

The witness Anbar province and several other provinces demonstrations to protest the arrest protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi charges contribute to the terrorist operations, and also demanded cancellation of Article 4 terrorism of the Constitution and the release of all detainees and detention centers in Iraqi prisons, while Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement today demonstrators to to get away and beware of liabilities that reflect the orientations aiming to undermine the political process derecognition laws that are outside the framework of the legislative authority, such as the return of the Baath Party and the release of terrorists convicted of murdering innocent and violence and kidnapping, warned of “dragged into calls civil disobedience and directed by demonstrations of context Constitutional “. Ended.