Talabani, Barzani told: received 160 and not 170 votes, Congress deleted the audit request signatures
Talabani, Barzani told: received 160 and not 170 votes and after Congress deleted the audit request signatures
Posted 15/06/2012 09:12 AM
Babinaoz (Reuters) – new leader Jalal Talabani, in a letter of reply on the front of Arbil, confirmed on receipt of 160 votes, not 170 votes regarding the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, noting that after the formation of an Audit Committee asked the Vice-delete their signatures. Maliki faces widespread criticism from President of Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the coalition in Iraq (front Arbil) because of his policies that they believe began to tend to the dictatorship and uniqueness of the resolutions and the security file. Barzani had said that he had 170 signatures, enough to offset the Maliki government, and sent the front of Arbil letter to Talabani confirmed by the . Talabani said in his letter that “the number of votes you have said it 170 votes was not true, but received 160 votes.” He said, “When the committee was formed to audit the votes poured in on us telegrams and telephone of the deputies ask to delete signatures” claim of no confidence. Iraq is gripped by crises accumulated compounded after the departure of U.S. forces at the end of last year, including the arrest warrant, Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of “terrorism” and efforts to isolate Saleh al-Mutlaq for the post of Vice-Maliki, and problems with Kurdistan.