Source: Ktlta Allawi and Maliki are engaged in local elections in Baghdad, a joint list

02/03/2012 12:50

The Iraqi List and the rule of lawBaghdad, February 2 (Rn) – A political source said Friday a tentative agreement was between the Iraqi List and the list of State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to enter a joint list in the elections of provincial councils, districts and areas coming in Baghdad, noting that one of the components of the Iraqi List still do not agree to the deal. The announcement comes on the convergence of a coalition of law and the Iraqi List, days after receiving Maliki for a delegation representing the list of renewal, headed by Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on Monday at his office in Baghdad. The delegation stressed according to a statement from Maliki’s office on the importance of direct communication with al-Maliki, He also stressed his quest to promote national unity and preserve the prestige of law and independence of the judiciary. A political source who requested anonymity, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that “a preliminary agreement concluded between the Iraqi List and the State of Law coalition to run in provincial elections and districts and areas next Baghdad’s exclusive list of standard, “noting that” the subject had been put on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced his approval. ” The source explained that “one of the components of the Iraqi List (unnamed) is still refusing to agree, which was conducted between Iraq and the rule of law,” noting that “the other components of the Iraqi List seeks to persuade the objecting party to reverse its opposition. ” The source continued that “the agreement is currently serving to enter a joint list in the elections of boards of districts and areas coming in Baghdad, but until now did not examine the possibility of entering a coalition of state law with the Iraqi List, consolidated lists also the provinces. ” and decided the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, County Council of Ministers and the Parliament over the backdrop of an escalating tensions and political differences with the coalition of state law in later decide to end the boycott after receiving assurances to meet its demands. being politicians, senior Iraqi talks with al-Maliki and other leaders to contain the situation for fear of exacerbating the crisis which could push Iraq back into the midst of sectarian turmoil and on the question of prosecution of al-Hashemi leading the list of Iraq on charges of supporting “terrorism”, and the issue of dismissal of the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, a leader in Iraq also from his post. and holds a committee of 12 members representing three blocks president is ( the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List) hold regular meetings to create the appropriate atmosphere for holding the National Convention and to develop solutions to the problems of the Iraqi state. Open: Abdullah Sabri