“Iraq,” and “Kurdistan” confirm the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki

“Iraq,” and “Kurdistan” confirm the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki

07/12/2012

Palm – confirmed the Iraqi bloc, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, that the option of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki still represents the best solution to resolve the current political crisis, as ruled out a coalition of state law to be able to block Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance to muster the required majority in the House of Representatives for the withdrawal of confidence.

Allawi said: The application of paper reforms announced by the National Alliance recently became impossible, and stressed that the questioning of Prime Minister Maliki in the parliament, and the withdrawal of confidence in him is the only option for the reform of the political situation in the country.

The Kurdistan Alliance bloc ally of the new Iraq has said that he questioned the process past Maliki to withdraw his confidence in the near future.

A member of the Coalition Qasim Qasim Muhammad: that the paper reforms announced by the National Alliance recently came too late.

For his part, said a member of a coalition of state law Faleh Ziadi: The claimants no-confidence do not express their demand for the general interest of the country, but on the issues of personal or partisan, stressing that there are about 220 deputies in parliament reject the process of withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki, adding that such a large number of the House of Representatives seeks to resort to dialogue to end the current political crisis.

He believed that Ziadi Reform Commission set up by the National Alliance in recent times where the great solutions for all the current problems in line with the Constitution. He stressed that the naysayers of the process of dialogue do not have convincing arguments to counter al-Maliki or the rest of the parties to the political process.
Source: nakhelnews