Iraq: Maliki not to apply to agreements Arbil would force the blocks on the withdrawal of confidence from it

25/04/2012 12:08

Baghdad, April 25 (Rn) – The Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi on Wednesday, that the lack of response to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for the application of agreements Arbil will pay the political blocs to the option of withdrawal of confidence from it. A spokesman for the movement of reconciliation were part of the existing Iraqi Hadi Zalmi that “the list called for Maliki to return to the application of agreements Erbil and activation of the national partnership, but the position of the rule of law refers to the desire to keep the situation as it is.” The Zalmi told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the political blocs and building on the attitude of a coalition of state law will find itself forced to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki. ” Abizaid and saying that “the Iraqi List, has no problem in the survival of Maliki as prime minister, provided that the application of agreements concluded between the blocks,” in reference to the conventions of Arbil. The Iraqi List, has revealed last week the start of the mobility with the Kurdistan Alliance and the parties in the National Alliance for the agreement depending on the confidence of Maliki. surprised the National Alliance of all its components in a meeting last Monday the Iraqi List, through the renewal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. comes raising the issue of withdrawal of confidence of the Maliki government while still disagreements on the most between Arbil and Baghdad, where he accused the First Baghdad Btsoev agreements, as described Maliki as someone who is trying to takeover all the positions. objects to the Iraqi List, the management mechanism of State by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who says his that he has monopolized all the powers in his hands. while Maliki says that the powers granted its constitutionality, and who object to it that seeks to change the constitution instead of the blame on political opponents. From: Raman Brosk, the Open: Ahmed Samir