Mutlaq: Maliki failed to run the country and control the

He called for the Iraqi List, Hamid al-Mutlaq, Tuesday, Maliki’s government to disband after a minister Kurds boycotted the Cabinet meeting today, saying that the government had failed to run the country. Mutlaq said that “the government today failed to run the country and must be solved itself and the creation of a new government,” noting that “this government has failed in everything.”

Mutlaq added that “the current government left sectarian tensions and deteriorating security situation and financial and administrative corruption,” pointing to “the passage of more than two months on the popular demonstrations without their demands are met.”

Mutlaq explained that “this government has become a government of national partnership and long after the denial of many conventions, especially the Convention on Arbil.”

He Mutlaq, said that “everything that is happening now is the implementation of what happened with foreign underground to break up the country and create crises and divide and destroy,” adding that “Iraq has become Iraq foreign components thanks to the project.”

The Kurdistan Alliance has announced on Tuesday that the ministers Kurds did not attend the Cabinet meeting held today, attributing the cause to their concern and members of the House of Representatives with a meeting with Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani about the implications passage of a law of the financial budget for the current year 2013, and out a unified position from them.

The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Barham Ahmed Saleh, said on Tuesday that the Kurds have not yet decided to withdraw from the government, but to monitor the situation and consult, noting that all possibilities are open, in what was considered that the problem with Baghdad is not a problem Kurds alone, but the problem of “regime since ten years.