State of Law: Nothing in Iraq of up to half the performance of al-Maliki and the third mandate will come easily

State of Law: Nothing in Iraq of up to half the performance of al-Maliki and the third mandate will come easily

Wednesday, 12 March / March 2014 10:56

State of Law: Nothing in Iraq of up to half the performance of al-Maliki and the third mandate will come easily [Baghdad – where]

Announced a coalition of state law, adherence to nominate its leader, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third term in office, the upcoming parliamentary elections.

The MP said the state law Mohammed Chihod told all of Iraq [where] “We are committed to Bmarchana Maliki for prime minister for a third term because we believe that al-Maliki is a man of the stage and there is not someone else rivaled or to live up to half of his performance, a candidate for many reasons and they are clear to everyone.”

He added, “Frankly, we say we are in a state of law seek to form a majority government policy and it will not be at least in this election from a single block, but a coalition government between the political blocs to a group of adoptive national project.”

The Chihod that “the subject of a veto on Maliki had previously raised this party and that, but the results are not as calculated by the others, and I think if it was the last stage that the prime minister came to the owners of the difficulty and after outbidding and interactions, I think that the next phase will be easier than in the past.”

He accused the MP for the rule of law “that there are politicians, their partnership partnership negative not to take responsibility, but to achieve political and economic gains and are trying way and another, to postpone the elections and determine how the rule of law and their symbols, and this is evidence of bankruptcy political and not there for their or present them to the Iraqi people and thus began targeting the state law, but the results become counterproductive and turned against them. says.

Several political blocs, including the Sadrist movement and a coalition of Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and other blocs has openly declared its refusal to give al-Maliki as prime minister for a third term.

Allawi said, “We will not allow the survival of Maliki in power, a position in which Ntqata with some political forces Maliki turned down sectarian policies and that it does not cast unsubstantiated accusations to justify the failure of this party or that.”

For his part, MP for the Liberal bloc Jawad Hasnawi that “there is a political decision not to give al-Maliki prohibited for a third term and his chances become very weak.”

The MP said the coalition united Muhammad Iqbal said that “talk about the renewal of the mandate Maliki is put up early on the subject because the country is going through a major crisis, and the third-term need for a dialogue between the political blocs and understandings flexible and admissibility of an unrealized today, especially with the presence of the will of regional in this aspect.”

He has said earlier during his visit to the United States in 30 of the last October 2013 in a speech at the U.S. Institute of Peace and answered a question about the possibility of running for a third term as prime minister, “I do not know the justification for this question and this is up to the Iraqi people, nor I want to anticipate things, whether the nomination or re-nomination site as tired and mischievous and destructive, but Iraq’s interest above the interest of the person, and decide is the will of the people and the people loved the change and change is good, I would be happy doing. “ended up 16.