After the wise .. Sadr and Iraqi forces have refused to hold early elections

After the wise .. Sadr and Iraqi forces have refused to hold early elections

Posted 28/06/2012 08:05 AM

Babinaoz (Reuters) – raised the invitation of Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki to resolve the parliament and hold early elections mixed reactions from his opponents, who seek no-confidence with him, while critical of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, Maliki’s call, suggesting that it requires time and a consensus will not be available, announced the list Iraqi problem is “with the executive branch, and” the prime minister specifically. “

The head of the Supreme Islamic Council, said lack of support for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for early legislative elections “for the excretion of the faces and the same leaders, calling on government to address the errors in the submission of vibrios are not repeated again.

Moqtada al-Sadr said in a statement seen by a comment on Maliki’s call for early elections, “I’m not with this procedure, as it requires time and a consensus is difficult to get at this stage.” While the Secretary General of the Liberal bloc parliamentary internalized the Sadrist movement, Zia al-Asadi, “There is no consensus in the current government can be obtained under these conditions,” adding, “We say this is because of improper dissolution of parliament because it would not be in the interest the people. ” Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has called on Wednesday, “to hold early elections in the country after the face of a barrage of accusations against his opponents because of” irregularities, “unconstitutional”, while the description of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in a previous comment, make any early legislative elections means that the Maliki in power.

Maliki’s call for early elections to “deny” his critics with a comprehensive dialogue on the growing crisis in nearly six months. The other hand, an MP from the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, that the bloc “with no choice unconstitutional, and will respect the dissolution of parliament, if carried out constitutionally,” afterthought, “but we also call for the Prime Minister understand both sides of democracy, I’ll be in his favor, and when they do not serve, “adding,” We have a problem with the executive branch, specifically with the prime minister, even if it took place the call for new elections, the organization is another matter. ” Al Mulla said, “the Electoral Commission for elections, is responsible for all elections in Iraq, and its mandate ends next month, has yet to choose alternative names.” For his part, said Commission President Faraj al-Haidari “So far, no formation of a new commission,” and expressed his belief that “The political situation also affects in the selection of new commissioners, at the same time it affects our work.” Article 64 of the Iraqi Constitution that the House of Representatives resolved by an absolute majority of its members at the request of a third of its members, or a request from the Prime Minister and approval of the President of the Republic.
Source: babnews