Talabani calls on political parties to show some kind of flexibility to maintain national gains

Called by President Jalal Talabani, Thursday, political parties to show some kind of flexibility to maintain national gains and the development of state institutions, while Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s support for Talabani’s efforts to resolve the problems facing the political process.

Talabani said in a statement to his office, Thursday, received “Alsumaria News”, a copy of which, on the sidelines of a meeting of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, “The interest of the country supreme require all political parties to show some kind of flexibility and thinking about the need to work hard to address the issues articulated and gains national” .

Talabani said that “start a flexibility will support the development of state institutions and activate the emerging democratic path”, especially that big changes and challenges in the region require everyone to show national responsibility. “

For his part, new Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s support for the central role played by Talabani to work for the convergence of views and create a common space of understanding in order to advance the political process.

And President Jalal Talabani returned to Baghdad in (29 September 2012) after twelve days in the city of Sulaimaniyah after returning (17 September 2012) of the therapeutic journey in Germany lasted for three months

The leader of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman confirmed, in (22 September 2012), that President Jalal Talabani seeks to collect Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani and the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi to end the political crisis, describing it as “not easy”.

But Talabani stressed during a meeting with General Coordinator of the Movement change Nshiroan Mustafa, (25 September 2012), the absence of a prescription has to resolve the political crisis in Iraq.

Iraq has been a political crisis since last April, was claims to withdraw confidence from the government of President Nouri al-Maliki by the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List and the Sadrist movement, which fell later, but this crisis began solution after he announced the National Alliance for the formation of the Reform Commission presented a paper containing 70 items notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and various organs of the State.