Iraqi parliament will reconvene next Thursday to withdraw confidence without a search of the Maliki government

Tayfur: Iraqi parliament will reconvene next Thursday to withdraw confidence without a search of the Maliki government

18/06/2012 09:45

Erbil, June 18 (Rn) – The Second Vice-President of the Iraqi parliament on Monday, the Council held its first meeting in the second legislative term after its summer recess next Thursday to discuss the current political crisis in the country, without examining the question of withdrawal of confidence from the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al- Maliki, as he emphasized Iraqi lawmaker that the failure of efforts to withdraw the confidence of the Maliki government will pay the Iraqi situation towards further crisis. According to Arif Tayfur told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that “it is scheduled to hold Iraqi Council of Representatives its first meeting after its summer recess next Thursday to discuss the the current political crisis in the country, “pointing out that” the issue of withdrawal of confidence from the current government headed by Nuri al-Maliki will not be raised during that meeting that the issue still needs more time to resolve them. ” said Tayfur that “Thursday’s meeting will prepare questions that will be guidance to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, when questioned by the House of Representatives, to be collecting signatures of 164 deputies in the Council to complete the quorum for the withdrawal of the confidence of the Maliki government. ” For his part, said Iraqi MP for the Islamic group affiliated to the coalition of Kurdish blocs Light Dargaia (Rn) , “The group confirms its support for the withdrawal of the confidence of the Maliki government, but that issue is a sensitive stage is not easy to achieve.” The Dragae that “in the event of the failure of efforts to withdraw confidence from the government of Maliki, the Iraqi situation will be directed towards more crisis, which means an increase complexities faced by the solutions to the current crisis in the country. ” Iraqi President Jalal Talabani rejected the earlier request to withdraw confidence from Maliki’s government to the House of Representatives. He asked the opponents of the last non-provoked otherwise it will be his resignation from the presidency, he said in his letter to the front of Arbil that he had received 160 votes, a number is not sufficient to isolate the Maliki government. The head of the Kurdistan Region, announced recently that he had 170 votes to withdraw confidence from the Goh-Maliki, But Talabani said in his letter that this number of “incorrect” and that many of the deputies asked to delete their signatures. From: Muhammad Faryad, see: Aso Haji

Source: aknews