Coalition of the wise: we did not ask to withdraw confidence from Maliki

24/04/2012 10:53

Baghdad, April 24 (Rn) – The Islamic Supreme Council which is headed by Ammar al-Hakim, on Tuesday, the issue of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not ask him, stressing that he still works in the framework of the National Alliance and supports the efforts of the success of the National Congress is expected. The Iraqi List may revealed last week for the start of the mobility with the Kurdistan Alliance and the parties in the National Alliance of the agreement depending on the confidence of Maliki. surprised the National Alliance of all its components in a meeting the day before yesterday the Iraqi through the renewal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.  said council spokesman Hamid Maaleh told the Kurdish news agency (Rn ) an answer to the participation of the Council discussions to withdraw confidence from Maliki “did not ask us anything so far.” said Maaleh that “the Supreme Islamic Council is still working in the framework of the National Alliance and we are going to do it and push for the National Congress.”  and that “the coalition is seeking to push for the conference National account the mechanism of the solution can be adopted and is really realistic and objective. ” The introduction of the issue of withdrawal of confidence of the Maliki government while still disagreements on the most in between Arbil and Baghdad, which was accused last Btsoev agreements as described Maliki as someone who is trying to acquire all positions. objects to the Iraqi List, on the mechanism of Department of State by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who says it as a monopoly of all the powers in his hands. while Maliki says that the powers granted to him the constitution and to those who object to change the constitution instead of the blame on the adversaries. and spin differences between the three blocks of the President of the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance and a coalition of Iraqi on State Administration plus agreements with the issues of Arbil and Al Hashimi and al-Mutlaq. From: Haidar Ibrahim, RN peace Baghdadi