Kurdistan: the meeting time of the Iraqi forces to discuss the crisis not yet determined

Kurdistan: the meeting time of the Iraqi forces to discuss the crisis not yet determined

21/08/2012 10:07

Arbil August 21 / August (Rn) – The Kurdistan Alliance in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, that the meeting time of the Iraqi forces to discuss the current political crisis in the country has not been identified. were channels, local media has picked up during the past two days, news of a meeting between the political parties that participated in the Social Erbil and Najaf in the past, after the end of the Eid holiday, to discuss the current political crisis in the country and find solutions.According to a spokesman for the Alliance supporter good for Kurdistan News Agency (Rn), that “the holiday of Representatives of Iraq is not over yet, and a new respect the date of a meeting between the political forces to discuss the current crisis in the country, “he said, adding that” the Kurdistan Alliance was not aware of the scheduling hold a similar meeting. ” He Tayyip that “due to resume Iraqi parliament held its sessions in the 28 of this month,” adding “The priority bloc Alchristanih in the Council will be to work on four key issues during future meetings of the Congress, namely, (elected board of commissioners of a new Independent High Commission for Elections in Iraq and the law of the Federal Court and the Law of the Supreme Judicial Council and the General Amnesty Law).”The situation Iraqi political crisis erupted after U.S. withdrawal end of the year 2011, on the back of several developments witnessed by the country’s most prominent issue an arrest warrant for Vice President of the Republic leadership of the coalition Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of “terrorism”, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the deputy leader of the Iraqi Also, Saleh al-Mutlaq, before falling recently, with aggravated things successively after joining the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrist movement to Iraq, to demand the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki. From: Hassan Repin, see: Aso Haji

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