Maliki may dissolve parliament to end the political dispute!!
Maliki may dissolve parliament to end the political dispute
Published 15/01/2013 08:30 AM
Babinaoz – agencies:
Supported a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Maliki proposal to dissolve parliament and hold early elections to end the controversy regarding power-sharing.
And holds firmly thousands of protesters on a highway near the city of Ramadi, the Sunni stronghold about 100 kilometers west of Baghdad, to demand the abolition of the law to combat terrorism and subjugation of accountability targeting members outlawed Baath party, but the year saw it exploits to harass their leaders and get them out of the political arena.
And out of thousands to the streets daily since three weeks in Sunni-majority provinces in the toughest test yet for Maliki’s fragile government, which is composed of Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds.
Adnan al-Sarraj said a member of a coalition of state law that the government can meet some of the protesters’ demands.
“I can demonstrators to reassemble their after year and a half or less and can be nominated as they want. Cancel the political process is part of the demands can not be achieved because it can not go back because of the return of some of the things possible that we consider scratching the Iraqi constitution. Permission we are facing political demands . ”
The demands include Sunni leaders and tribal elders step down al-Maliki for prime minister and the release of detainees and the suspension of the anti-terrorism law, which Sunnis say that the authorities abused use to target their own community.
He says Osama Najafi, head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the most senior Sunni team in Iraq that the owners should put forward a draft law for amnesty for imprisoned on charges of terrorism and amend the laws say much of the year it is unfairly targeted.
OS does not preclude the possibility of dividing Iraq if it failed negotiations between the political parties to ward off the specter of sectarian war in the country.
“I have no choice for us but the demand to dissolve parliament and the formation of a caretaker government and early elections so that we can be a majority government political .. we or others .. so he can walk march. If you do not succeed in resolving the parliament dialogue is not seriously or real surely the issue of the division becomes an incoming order to avoid civil war. we in all of these things are serious and are watching things carefully. ”
Tensions remain high between Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq a year after the completion of the withdrawal of U.S. troops. And killed thousands over several years in the sectarian violence that began in the wake of the 2003 invasion.
Whatever the motive behind the protests was angry a real year. Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, many of them feel that they are marginalized in the distribution of government positions on the basis of sectarian and ethnic lines.
Shiite leaders and cast responsibility on Sunni lawmakers on disrupt the political process is that Maliki’s opponents accuse him of Balastithar power.
Nahida Daini described member of parliament from the Iraqi bloc that year backed the call for the dissolution of parliament or withdraw confidence from the Maliki as electoral tricks that will increase the complexity of the political scene.
Nahida Daini said “We are against the talk of early elections and said that there were early elections or early elections are held .. you will be satisfied with the political blocs on the results of these elections. Everyone is not satisfied with the results of previous elections. Talk about early elections or talk about questioning President Minister or withdraw confidence from the head of the House of Representatives .. I see these conversations campaigning will worsen the street. ”
Sunni Islamists demanding militants oust al-Maliki and even the establishment of a Sunni-majority region autonomous along the border with Syria along the lines of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in the north.
And increase the mass peaceful protests fears of sectarian confrontation in Iraq lead with the conflict in Syria to deepen regional confrontation between Iran and the Sunni Gulf states.
Maliki’s opponents demanded his presence in front of the parliament accountable in a second attempt to put trust in government to vote.
He is the National Alliance, which belongs to Shiite Maliki 159 seats in parliament and enjoys the prime minister authority to dissolve parliament.
He said Iraqi political analyst Saeed Dahdouh “government with the present and especially the rule of law and the National Alliance apparently started heading the other direction is to dissolve parliament and he has full powers as the Vice President of the Republic has the powers of the President at the present time. Demand that can be made Prime Minister to the President Agency Republic can dissolve parliament. But is this the right solution, I think there will be a large number of problems in the process of governance in the next phase of the new re-election and new political forces in the chaos. ”
He Dahdouh “regional interventions, particularly with respect to certain countries known interference in Iraqi affairs, as well as the repercussions of the Syrian issue pulled directly on Iraq on the political blocs to address things in principle not to drag Iraq into sectarian war and return to the previous stage.”
And caused differences in the absence of the ministers of defense and interior permanent in Iraq since the formation of the government in 2010.
The Sunni Maliki partners accuse obstructing progress the government in an effort to weaken his position.
He hinted the Prime Minister and some of his allies to the possibility of calling early elections before the deadline in 2014 as a way to break the deadlock that has hampered the release of important legislation.
Maliki proved adept at Aahad him on the map of the changing political alliances in the country to maintain the continuity and integrity of his administration.
And wants him much of the year to put an end to the crackdown on former Baath Party members is that it could lose the support of some Shiite supporters before the provincial elections scheduled for April.