Allawi: partnership “completely stopped” and will ask to replace Maliki

08/05/2012 16:35

Erbil, May 8 / May (Rn) – The head of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi on Tuesday that the national partnership in the country stopped completely because of the “uniqueness” of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s political decision and noted that he will be changed if not sticking to agreements. Allawi said in an interview with TV “Sky News “Arabic-speaking” is now stalled national partnership in full. This may lead to serious risks and substantial. ” and added that the political forces, are the key of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Liberal bloc examine this situation and sent a memorandum to the National Alliance “for the full and prompt implementation of the principles of partnership and the national” proposed by the President Iraq’s Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani. Allawi said “In case of failure of the National Alliance, When that we will ask him to replace Prime Minister Maliki by another person of the alliance. We will support this option.” Two days ago, threatened to House Speaker Osama Najafi and Massoud Barzani, and Iyad Allawi and Moqtada al-Sadr Members of the National Coalition to vote to withdraw confidence from the government, “What did not stop the policy of domination in the decision-making and in a letter published in the government. and began ruling coalition’s fragile fault in December last December after the departure of U.S. forces, when the government tried to dismiss Saleh al-Mutlaq, Vice Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and after the issuance of an arrest warrant for Tareq al-Hashemi, Iraqi Vice President. identifies the message eight demands to be implemented by 13 May, the current to ensure support of four leaders of the Maliki government. The letter stated that in case of refusal to abide by the principles of this agreement will take practical steps within a period not exceeding 15 days, to conduct a vote of confidence in the government. and the letter was written on 28 April last, a last day of the mini-summit held four leaders in Erbil for three days without the presence of al-Maliki. The letter called on the government to stop interfering in the work of the security forces and the work of the House of Representatives included a paragraph critical of the “tyranny of decision-making.” The letter also demanded the implementation of prime minister not to take his position for more than two retroactively. Maliki is currently serving his second term as prime minister. Murtaza Yousuf