Maliki’s coalition: papers included were Erbil and Najaf in a paper coalition for reform
Baghdad, June 22 (Rn) – The State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday that was reported in the papers of Arbil, Najaf reform is included in the paper of the National Alliance, consisting of 70 points, indicating that the Committee agreed to the National Alliance on its formation will be a mechanism to implement reform.
The National Alliance had agreed unanimously at its regular meeting the night before yesterday to form a committee of all its components shall set up a mechanism for political reform.
The representatives of the Sadrist movement are present at the meeting of the National Alliance, although they support the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki.
The leader of the coalition, Ihsan Al-Awadi told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the reforms mentioned in the papers of Arbil, Najaf is the fraction which was prepared by the National Alliance for the paper of reform, which includes about 70 points, dealt with all the problems raised by the political blocs.”
Al-Awadi said that “this paper will be the stuff of which will form the committee of the National Alliance in order to develop specific mechanisms for implementing the reforms contained in the paper and reforms have come all the points contained in the papers of Arbil, Najaf included a paper of the National Alliance.”
Awadi added that “the programs that will form the functions of the Committee will be clear which is the preparation of the reform programs to suit the stage, so as to ensure achievement of the supreme national interest and to achieve real reform.”
The critics are seeking to withdraw confidence from Maliki, but their efforts came to something like a failure after he refused to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, a request to withdraw the confidence to the House of Representatives because of non-completion of a sufficient number.
Maliki denies accusations of his opponents and he and his supporters say he is working according to the Constitution did not Ikhrgah according to the broad powers granted to him.