Alsumaria News reveal the number of signatures to withdraw confidence from Maliki
Alsumaria News reveal the number of signatures to withdraw confidence from Maliki’s parliamentary bloc, according to all
Wednesday June 6, 2012
Alsumaria News / Baghdad,
sources informed political, Tuesday, that the list of percent and seventy-six deputies who signed the letter of withdrawal of confidence from Maliki includes signatures of nine deputies from the National Alliance, some of them are independent, as sources confirmed that the mass change Kurdish opposition has not resolved its position, while confirming the list Iraq that the mass of the Supreme Council and promised to vote to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki when it was put up in Parliament. The sources said “Alsumaria News” that the distribution of signatures of deputies on a book-confidence, who arrived to President Jalal Talabani, was as follows:the Sadrists 40 signatures coalition Kurdish blocs 49 signaturesthe coalition in Iraq 75 signatures of minorities 3 signatures of the National Alliance 9 Signatures The sources said that the signatures of the National Alliance, belonging to the Congress dissidents for a coalition of state law and some deputies of the National Coalition and other independents in the alliance. The sources indicated that the mass change Bnoabha eight did not specify its position so far the issue of withdrawal of confidence but a spokesman for the bloc MP Sardar Abdullah assured the Sumerian News that his bloc will vote in favor of national direction. The sources pointed out that the number of deputies of the Iraqi List, who Qoawa to withdraw confidence from the Maliki reached 87 members of 12 of them signed after sending the book to the President of the Republic, while the leader of the existing ethyl Nujaifi to block the Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim, which has 15 seats in parliament, did not sign the letter of withdrawal of confidence, but promised to vote to withdraw confidence from Maliki, when asked in Parliament. According to sources, the vote to withdraw confidence from the Maliki is expected to take place mid-month. The Sadrists announced, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, said on Monday (June 4 current), on receipt of President Jalal Talabani Signatures 176 deputies to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in the face of Talabani, to form a committee headed by his chief to begin Check messages signed by a number of House members and counting to avoid any challenges or doubts in the validity and to ensure the safety of the constitutional process in the country.But al-Maliki called on Talabani to refer the signatures to the criminal investigation to make sure it is correct, considering that the organization lists the names of some MPs outside parliament accompanied “the practice is unconstitutional,” while the face of the organs concerned to bring all of the evidence against him carry out fraud or threat in order to take the signing of the House and brought to justice. Al-Sadr called for a few hours before al-Maliki to resign “for the people and partners,” also called block free of the current presidency of the National Alliance to consult with its components for the selection of an alternative to Maliki and not to waste time. The State of Law Coalition led by al-Maliki, said on Monday that Washington will be able to convince more than a political party should be dialogue if entered on the line of the political crisis, pointing out that the political actors still believes that the United States have a say, in a statement came against the backdrop of what was narrated a number of media on the visit of U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden to Iraq this week to intervene to end the current political crisis in accordance with the scenario set in the White House. Governor Nineveh ethyl Najafi revealed, in (31 May 2012), that the number of deputies who signed the withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki so far exceeded the required quorum, stressing that, including deputies for the National Alliance, in what was considered the leader of the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod, to talk governor of Nineveh mention of “the dictatorship of Saddam,” stressing that the project adopted by the regional countries and made money for him, urged the Sadrists not to be dragged behind the project. mention that the country is experiencing a political crisis confirms some observers to be on the rise in the unity of the differences between the political blocs, Having turned from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.