Newspaper: Maliki’s opponents accuse Iran of pressure

Newspaper: Maliki’s opponents accuse Iran of pressure to keep it

11/06/2012 08:40

Erbil, June 11 (Rn) – The newspaper (politics) Kuwaiti Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, announced the failure of his opponents in their quest for the withdrawal of confidence from him, calling them a tone victor to dialogue, as were accused of Iran to exercise political pressure to keep al-Maliki as prime minister.Maliki said backed by Tehran and Washington in a statement: “I express thanks and appreciation to all who helped to put things right and not let slip to the other paths.” Before that, President Jalal Talabani, the opponents of Maliki were not able to gather enough votes to withdraw confidence from the government, What lead to the continuation of the political crisis in the country for months. Maliki’s opponents were quick to accuse Iran of political pressure not to withdraw confidence from the government. A spokesman for the list of “Iraq” Haider Mulla, “We are more determined to end the dictatorship, and if Talabani was a serious issue of a quorum, we are ready to complete the rest of the number of Representatives during the half hour.” He believed that “the issue is not associated with the issue of a quorum, but pressure brought to bear on the President and the Congress, under pressure, Iranian and clear, and there are also methods of intimidation against the House of Representatives led to be a quorum already 160 “. He pointed out that “There will be meetings of deputies of the 160 who signed the no-confidence, and there are more than a road map, including the resort to question al-Maliki in the House of Representatives for the withdrawal of confidence from it. ” , said the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr said in a statement, in response to a question from one of his followers whether the issue of withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki has ended, said, “but they are just starting out.” Open: Wafa Zangana

Source: aknews