Allawi: The request to question Iraqi PM Maliki will be submitted to Parliament next week

Confirmed the Iraqi list led by Iyad Allawi, Wednesday, that the request for questioning Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will be submitted to Parliament next week, as expected, but “dare” to attend for fear of the files that will open against him, with the Sadr movement had not changed its position in this regard.

Spokesman Haydar Al-Mulla told the Iraqi “Sumerian news that PM Maliki became the full file will be submitted next week to demand led by House of representatives”, stating that “when political blocs would the size of breaches by the Prime Minister in his capacity as Chief Executive Officer in Government and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, you will see that the entire people will demand to withdraw confidence from.”

Mullah said that “Al-Maliki when anticipated attack on Parliament before interrogation was aware that his presence would keep the Iraqi people on legal and constitutional violations by the” believing “that the Prime Minister would not dare attend as investigator for fear of the files that will open against him”.

Confirmed publicly that “the law and the Constitution would commit Nouri al-Maliki to come to Parliament for questioning and would be the Governor and the lack of his presence would be an additional reason to withdraw confidence.”

With regard to the positions of the emerging movement, said publicly that “talk about change in the position of the Sadr movement is not valid because it is still sticking to political reforms,” adding that “the Iraqi list explaining modern mainstream, non-participation in the interrogation process that strengthen the position of asylum seekers not questioning a change in its position as some believe.

The Kurdistan Alliance, confirmed on Wednesday, moving the action questioning Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House, pointing at the same time that the non-participation of the Sadr camp led by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr will not crash.

The State of law coalition led by Nouri al-Maliki announced Tuesday (June 26, 2012), the Sadr movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr left box no-confidence in the Government and the National Alliance with chime, a few hours after the Declaration of the free block of power it will not participate in the process of interrogating Al-Maliki in Parliament, but stressed their commitment to vote on no-confidence motion if the political blocs to 124 votes.

This announcement coincides with the position of the chest, the emerging (on June 24, 2012), in which it reaffirmed that he would not renewed the project supports no-confidence if Maliki is committed to reforms and the principle of partnership in governance and not marginalized others.

Recent attitudes shift in attitudes after Sadr had deputies sign the sheet XL no-confidence motion submitted to the President of the Republic, and after assurances from the chest that way to resolve the crisis in Iraq only replace Maliki with another National Alliance (20 June 1).

Prime, (June 24, 2012) there will be no questioning him or withdraw confidence from him before it is “correct”, which criticized by the Presidency of the Chamber of Deputies, on Wednesday (June 27), and stressed the need for Maliki to interrogation pursuant to the dictates of the Constitution.

Al-Maliki’s remarks had a series feedback, the Kurdistan Alliance that is challenging the modern Constitution, the State and democracy and tries to put pressure on Iraq, Parliament Speaker Osama Iraqi list also considered that ignore Maliki’s demand interrogation “a continuation of a singularity”, and warned that such an approach would move the country to danger.

The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) party led by President Jalal Talabani and KDP leader Barzani assured, (June 23, 2012), their adherence to procedures to withdraw confidence from the head of Government, and indicated that these endeavours are coordinated with other parties taking into account the constitutional responsibilities of the President of the Republic.

The President Jalal Talabani, who currently is subject to medical tests in Germany threatened, (June 16), to resign if forced to change his convictions, saying his post requires neutrality and unite.