Sadr said that Maliki’s party “lose”

30/04/2012 18:50

Erbil, April 30 (Rn) – said the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Monday that the Dawa Party, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki would lose because of Maternal, Newborn & sectarianism. Sadr urged this month the Kurdish leaders to cooperate with other political forces to prevent the country at the disposal of “the leader of necessity” and the party one again. accuse the Kurds has always been al-Maliki of trying to re-uniqueness of the resolutions and the central government and the pursuit of dictatorship, to extend its control over the country. He called on al-Sadr recently on his supporters to unite and have their say if they wanted to form a government headed by the current. In response to a question by one of his supporters on as the Dawa Party leader, al-Maliki “the man the sole” and his criticism of harm doctrine Sadr said they were “playing on the sectarian.”said striker members Dawa Party, they “lose.” and attacked the al-Sadr – who leads the current fall under its banner bloc rib (about 40 seats) – on several occasions, al-Maliki, describing him dictator. In March As part of his attack on the al-Maliki said Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani, the Kurdish Alliance, the Shiite is with the Sadrists and the Supreme Council which is a sign that the Kurds are not allies with the Dawa Party, led by al-Maliki. Sadr has met with Maliki in Tehran last week and expressed its support for him before a recent visit to Arbil to meet with Kurdish leaders to discuss the current crisis.The chest of capital Kurdistan that his movement rejects the policy of marginalization followed by the government and refuses to autocracy and oil wealth. The country has seen in months, a political crisis that is unprecedented on the back of the issuance of the Iraqi judiciary arrest warrant against Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, who fled Kurdistan Region – before his departure to Turkey – which also led to tension in the relations between the federal government and the region. Maliki says that the accusations against Hashemi and her face elimination, but analysts believe that the breadth of the crisis could spell the collapse of the coalition government led by al-Maliki and involving the Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites. and increased breadth of the dispute between Arbil and Baghdad when she said ExxonMobil U.S. oil It has signed an agreement to develop oil fields in Kurdistan, which is considered by the Convention on the federal government illegal, prompting the authorities in Arbil to stop exporting oil, because Baghdad has not paid payments for companies. Open: Murtaza Yousuf