Fear of accounting clinging to his job pays Maliki and al-Sadr and al-Hakim Ejehzan the last hopes

Fear of accounting clinging to his job pays Maliki and al-Sadr and al-Hakim Ejehzan the last hopes

Posted 31/07/2014 07:52 AM

Fear of accounting clinging to his job pays Maliki and al-Sadr and al-Hakim Ejehzan the last hopesNouri al-Maliki in the fortunes of extending his term for the Iraqi government back down to the level of zero to Tdani lost support major Shiite political parties to which they belong, in the position of not only observers see it as an echo to give Tehran tomorrow for Maliki, who burned paper in her hand is imperative to get rid of them.

And the holding of old allies of Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, his efforts to get a third term by announcing a rival candidate to him on the job from within the home Shiite politician, making political circles traded hypothesis withdrawal from the race due to obstructed his mission Pfkdh last supporters at home, but refused to Shiite him, while observers do not rule out to be all that echoes give Tehran for Maliki as burnt paper became imperative to search for a replacement.

Coalition «rule of law» Maliki denied withdrawing his candidacy. Commented Observers on it as the position expected of a man motivated by his fear of accounting and fall foul of the judiciary in the case stripped of his sweeping powers, and given the mistakes big during his two terms preceding and claimed responsibility for the killing of thousands of Iraqis due to the failure of the security and military support for his government, and internal wars fought, as well as large files of corruption and theft of public money issues defined by Iraq during his reign.

He announced the Shiite coalition, consisting of blocs of «free», led by Moqtada al-Sadr real religion and «citizens», leader of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, to agree on the name of the candidate who will compete coalition candidate «rule of law».

Diaa al-Asadi said the head of the House of Representatives that the Liberal National Coalition «up his mind on the name of its candidate for the post of prime minister to be formed, which will compete with the candidate of a coalition of state law, to be submitted for this position».

Asadi refused to disclose the name of the candidate of the coalition to which it belongs, but made it clear by saying «will not share in the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will not retreat from this decision».

However, «accept any alternative to the requirement to obtain a national consensus within the National Alliance and the rest of the political parties».

And the possibility of al-Maliki as received in the last case it is not a candidate for prime minister, al-Asadi said «You can not give a gift or positions pleasing to others».

He insists that a coalition of state law only bloc in Parliament are entitled to form the next government, headed by Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki.