Awadi: a partial breakthrough in the current political crisis

Awadi: a partial breakthrough in the current political crisis
Monday, June 18, 2012 08:15

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates MP for the State of Law coalition Ihsan al-Awadi, that there is a breakthrough part in the crisis experienced by the country.

The country has a political crisis crippling to the extent of demanding the Iraqi List and the mass of the Liberals and the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has collected signatures of deputies and handed over the signatures to President Jalal Talabani to persuade him to submit a request to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki to the House of Representatives but he refused to hand over the demand for non- completion of the necessary signatures to raise confidence.

He said Al-Awadi told the News} {Euphrates on Monday that “the efforts by some political leaders as Mr. Ammar al-Hakim has produced a partial breakthrough for the political crisis and the current political situation compass oriented to the national meeting to resolve the political dilemmas.”

He added that “the political process of the country involves some problems, but he should not solve the dilemmas that the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister because it would push the country towards the unknown.”

The al-Awadi , “The National Alliance solution with all the problems plaguing the political process away from the first external agendas arms or mechanisms that lead to Chwij political positions.”

The forces of Arbil, which consists of the mass of the Liberals and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance has announced that it collected about 170 signatures for the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and submitted them to President Jalal Talabani, who said in turn that the number of signatures received is 160 just after announcing the formation of a committee to audit the Signatures down some of the signatories for their signatures to be the remaining number is 145 signatures. ended 13 o’clock
Source: alforatnews