Iraqi authorities accuse of trying to “sabotage” the National Conference

04/03/2012 19:10

Maysoon al Dmlogi, maisun damlogiErbil, March 4 / March (Rn) – accused the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi on Sunday, views unnamed trying to “sabotage” the National Congress is expected. The meeting was preparatory Fifth National Conference has been postponed on Friday evening 
until further notice for failure of the representatives the Iraqi List, to attend because of a “conflict” in the appointment. The meetings of the Preparatory Committee, which includes 12 representatives of the political blocs after the reverse of the Iraqi List’s decision to boycott the government and the House of Representatives last month. She was the official spokesman for the Iraqi MP Maysoon al surprise of the Iraqi bloc of statements. ” irresponsible “made by some people about the reasons for postponement of a meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Congress on Friday. said Damluji in a statement received by the Kurdish news agency (Rn) a copy of it, that the delegation of the Iraqi bloc delayed attendance for the meeting of the Preparatory Committee because of “confusion on the dates and conflicts in a timely and for not reporting this inconsistency. ” It pointed out that “the Iraqi bloc is keen on the success of the meetings and the convergence of views between the political parties, and insists on the conference before the Arab summit in Baghdad.” and added that “what is happening complexity explains the existence of entities seeking to sabotage the conference and dilute national initiatives that are in unity, and put an end to the differences in order to serve the public interest, and the confiscation of any decisions coming out of the conference is no different from the confiscation of the Convention on Erbil and national partnership that never materialized. ” and called on President Jalal Talabani to the National Conference was held to contain the political crisis in the country. The crisis erupted between the coalition and Iraqi rule of law against the backdrop of the issuance of an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, a leader in the Iraqi List, for his support of “terrorism” which was rejected by the latter, who described the judiciary as “politically motivated”. Open: Abdullah Sabri