Iraq: National Alliance leaders will join for the first time for critics of Maliki

Iraq: National Alliance leaders will join for the first time for critics of Maliki

28/05/2012 15:34

Erbil, May 28 / May (Rn) – The Iraqi National List led by Iyad Allawi, said Monday that the parties of the National Alliance, the Shiite will participate for the first time in a third meeting of the blocks that are critical of the policies of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. and meet the leaders of the coalition forces of Kurdistan and Iraq and the Sadrists today in Erbil to develop a position unified at the lack of response to the National Alliance to request replacement of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, another candidate. and the Sadr movement from Maliki’s allies in the National Alliance, but its leader, Moqtada al-Sadr joined in recent months to the leaders of the Kurds and Iraqi forces in directing harsh criticism of the policies of Prime Minister and the accused Maliki of trying to control aspects of the state. Prior to the masses of the three that held two other meetings in Erbil and Najaf to contain the ongoing crisis since the formation of a government partnership in late 2010. The adviser said the Iraqi List, Hani Ashour said in a statement that “the consultations that will be witnessed Arbil at the level of political leaders will shape the features of moves ahead and mechanisms on the decision of the meeting of Najaf.” He emphasized that “the leaders of the coalition will participate in these consultations were not participated in the meeting of Irbil first meeting of Najaf.” According to Ashour, consultations will take part in the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi and Salih al-Mutlaq and Osama Najafi likely post of President Jalal Talabani, as well. The meeting will discuss the mechanisms move in the coming period should be to achieve the reforms and the implementation of agreements within the time limit or to resort to the process of withdrawal of confidence from the government according to the mechanism to be decided by consultation. In reference to the likelihood of a decision to proceed to withdraw confidence from the Maliki Ashour said that “the picture is now starting to be completed on what to work it is now, especially as calls Arbil meeting the first and Najaf have not received responses to the seriousness of the government. ” Analysts say that the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki and resources in line with the Iraqi constitution, but only to unite the positions of political forces.   and needs to withdraw confidence from Maliki to 163 votes in the House of Representatives which consists of 325 deputies. The deputies in the Iraqi List, has talked about the mobility with the Kurdistan Alliance and the parties in the National Alliance to agree to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki. Abdullah Sabri

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