Maliki refused to meet separately from the leaders meeting Erbil
Leading my chest: the chest-Maliki refused to meet separately from the leaders meeting Erbil
01:02:19 / 06/2012
Consultative meeting held in Arbil
Khandan – denied the leadership of the Sadrist movement to be the current leader has decreased the demand for the withdrawal of confidence from the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, adopted by the political leaders in Erbil meeting, revealing that the chest is exposed to pressure and mediation by many to retreat from his position, but that did not affect him.
The leader of the Sadrist Haider Yasiri, public relations officer in the Office of External Relations of the stream in London, told «Middle East», by telephone, from Baghdad, said that «the parties to the state, regional and political leaders of the National Alliance are pushing towards that change, Mr. Sadr’s position on the subject of withdrawal of confidence and finding alternatives such as al-Maliki on the approval of reforms proposed by the leader of the Sadrist movement », pointing out that al-Sadr« refused to be Mphatanh is the only requirement being the subject of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List and other parties in the National Alliance ».
The leader of the Sadrist saying that «among the proposals go-Maliki to Najaf to meet Muqtada al-Sadr and the announcement from there to conduct major repairs, but the current leader did not respond to this proposal and required to meet al-Maliki parties Erbil meeting and dialogue with them and convince them Baslahath, especially as the Prime Minister He had promised more than once to carry out reforms, and the chest granted a period of six months to carry out the reforms were not achieved these reforms », warning that« Next respect to the demands of the Iraqi people and the political blocs representing all components of the people are Sunni Arabs, Shiites and Kurds and Turkmen ».
The leader of the Sadrist «that one of the proposals is to meet with Maliki and Sadr in an undisclosed location in the presence of the leaders of the National Alliance for the search to find a substitute for the withdrawal of confidence», pointing out that «Mr. Sadr did not respond directly to this proposal, but stated that he would not back down the demand for the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki ».
In response to Izzat Shabandar, a leader of a coalition of state law, led by al-Maliki, who called the Sadr movement in comments, out of the National Alliance, the leader of the Sadrist said that «the Sadrist movement is one of the foundations of the National Alliance with the rest of the parties, then joined by state law in order to to be al-Maliki as prime minister, and we are the basis of this alliance and those who want to leave the coalition because of the uniqueness of our opposition to the authority and advocate for our people let him do so ».