Kurds, Iraqi law are now alone in the withdrawal of confidence from Maliki

Tayfur: Kurds and Iraqi lawmakers are now alone in the front of the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki

04/07/2012 11:50

Erbil, July 4 (Rn) – The Second Vice-President of the Iraqi parliament, on Wednesday, that the Kurds and the number of MPs from the coalition in Iraq are now alone in the coalition to withdraw confidence from the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, as the Deputy for the coalition of Kurdish blocs in the Council that the Arabs in Iraq still believe in the mentality of the Baath are despite all their differences are united against the Kurds.According to Arif Tayfur told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that “most of the Iraqi political parties have fallen for the claim to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, which makes it impossible to withdraw confidence from the last” , pointing out that “the Kurds and the number of MPs from the coalition in Iraq are now alone in the alliance-confidence, which included along with the Kurdistan Alliance, both of the Sadrist movement and the coalition in Iraq.” The Bowl “The Sadrist movement did not start seriously with the issue of withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki, and they were seek to guide the efforts of the parties to withdraw confidence to aspects of the other, and the evidence they have announced their withdrawal from the alliance as soon as the entry’s efforts to withdraw confidence stage seriously, “adding that” in light of the current situation it is impossible to achieve the withdrawal of confidence from Maliki, but it can be questioned in House of Representatives. “For his part, said Iraqi MP for the Islamic group affiliated to the coalition of Kurdish blocs Light Dargaia (Rn), that “the Sadrists are not reliable, especially in the issue such as the withdrawal of confidence from the government of Nouri al-Maliki,” noting that “the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr was alone with the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki is that his movement was standing in front of the opposition in favor of the owners. ” noted Dargaia that “the withdrawal of the Sadrists from the Alliance to withdraw confidence from Maliki, the best proof that the Arabs in Iraq still believe in the mentality of the Baath are despite all their differences are united against the Kurds. ” and embrace today’s political blocs (of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrists) efforts to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, which it regards as violating the constitution and damaged the partnership in government. Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said in a statement issued earlier that he had received 160 signatures, a number is not enough to withdraw confidence from Maliki’s government, but the Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani said in the 11 of June, in a comment on his social networking site (Facebook) he had 170 signatures. From: Muhammad Faryad, see: Aso Haji

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