Maliki has formally endorsed the eight items of Talabani and prepared by the constitutional basis for dialogue

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday, expressed support for the eight items put forward by President Jalal Talabani to resolve the current political crisis experienced by the country, returned it with a constitutional basis for dialogue.

According to a statement issued by the Presidency of the Republic received the “Twilight News” a copy of it that President Talabani met with al-Maliki in his office in Baghdad, was “extensively discussed in the current political affairs and ways to address the problems that lie Alastasaouat.”

Talabani said that “constructive dialogue is the only way the sponsor to reach a viable solution to the problems,” calling at the same time to create the atmosphere for the dialogue away from the speech and convulsive mutual accusations and seek to find commonalities.

For his part, and according to the statement, “the Prime Minister supported the efforts of President Talabani and eight special items in the presidential statement, which serve as a basis for dialogue avail himself of the constitutional principles and understandings and agreements between the parties.”

It is said that President Jalal Talabani select eight points to resolve disputes and unresolved issues between the blocks, namely: stop media campaigns mutual and non-speech convulsive, and adopt a constructive dialogue aimed at establishing and strengthening the participants, and not to expand and deepen the differences, and the adoption of the Constitution as a reference invoked it, and respect of its clauses, and a commitment to the agreements made on the basis of the Government of the current partnership, including the agreement of Arbil in 2010, and the commitment and adherence to the fundamental principle upon which the current government, a principle of true partnership in the management of power, and responsibility, and concern for the independence of the system-election as an essential element of democracy, and to provide all necessities to ensure a free and fair elections for provincial councils in 2013, and the House of Representatives in 2014.