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    " The Dinar Daily " ...... Sunday, 24 March 2013

    Mousawi: Withdrawal from government to result in losing citizens' interests
    Sunday, 24 March 2013 10:22 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Salman al-Mousawi, of the State of Law Coalition stated that the withdrawal from the government to result in losing the citizens' interests and hinder the government performance.

    In a press statement received by AIN "The withdrawal of the ministers of the political blocs from the government will not achieve any benefit, but losing the interests of the citizen where the citizens are waiting for the result after losing the justifications of the demonstrations."

    "The clashes that took place in the demonstrations on last Friday represent a danger on the citizens of Anbar province and the other provinces," he pointed out, warning from "The civil war as a result of these clashes."

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    Former U.S. official: Iraq is in danger .. We do not know why the shake Washington hand for everything?
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

     translation term
    Saw former official of the Foreign Affairs Office of the U.S. State Department to global security that Iraq is passing through a dangerous phase, and alluded to the need to establish in regions within a unitary republic.
    Said Eli Soegarmn, who is currently working at the Truman Project for National Security, said that after almost a decade on the liberation of Iraq, the country is now a friend and ally of the United States. But he still suffers from ethnic and sectarian strife. Iraq's fledgling democracy oscillates between inertia and conflict over the past nine years. Each time the same pattern is repeated, as it starts and climb rapidly to a high level, but until it becomes more susceptible to burning.
    The writer says, "in the last week I visited the Kurdish region in Iraq to meet with businessmen and political leaders." He added that "one thing became clear during discussions with them, namely that" the country is in danger of ignition again. "
    "If unchecked tensions immediately and given all the political blocs large voice in the future of the country, the political system of Iraq unemployed divided and is in danger of the reaction to the violence."
    He continues by saying that "in the heart of the political crisis lies Parliament Thalh bickering and corruption." He explained that "the political blocs and ministers are boycotting some routine parliamentary sessions, and prefer to stripping each other rather than the rule. Parliament failed to pass crucial laws, such as the law of the proposed oil and gas, which governs the development of the key to the Iraqi economy: the hydrocarbon sector."
    Said Eli Soegarmn "The prime minister's Shi'ite increasing strength, Nuri al-Maliki, began accumulate power in the wake of the parliamentary elections held in 2010. And was able to secure a second term after a tug of war for power as long as eight months through his promise to share power with other political blocs, including the Iraqi Kurds., but this promise was soon broken. as money-Maliki to assert control personal security forces, and targeted officials Year prominent orders arrest, and somehow stripped them of much of the collateral provided for in the Constitution. " The writer felt that "Maliki snapped procedures widespread protests in the Sunni-majority provinces in December 2012 and is still ongoing. Today, many fear in the Iraqi parliament that he is establishing a dictatorship."
    The writer continued, "In contrast, the suspected al-Maliki that his opponents want to overthrow him in order to bring the Prime Minister more willingly give in to their own desires and will be too weak to lead the country. Iraqi competitor Maliki political, proved it's not efficient politically. Has allowed Tnavsadtha interior that weaken their gathering partisan , and now a lot of prominent leaders discredited the eyes of the Sunni street. "
    And the author's argument that "the Sadrists, who surrendered to pressure Iran and supported state-Maliki second before, exposed maneuvers also frustration and marginalization. Now, turn their leader militia leader and cleric enthusiastic Moqtada al-Sadr to be reintroduced himself actively he voted communal harmony and moderation in Iraq, In an attempt to build a broader political base size.
    The writer added that "relations between the Kurdistan Regional Government region which enjoys broad independence in northern Iraq and the central government has also deteriorated rapidly. No Kurds convinced only that Maliki seeks to persecute them, as did the previous government, but they fear that he intended to disrupt their economy."
    The writer felt that "the image of the Iraqi political situation is further complicated by the disparate policies carried out by the Major Players three external: Iran and the United States and Turkey."
    For Iran, the author says, they "supported Maliki but curbed his national spiraling through the provision of support also for other Shi'ite groups, including the Sadrists."
    In the meantime, the author says that "Turkey has established relationships very cool with Maliki. Turkey want to grant authority to the Iraqi Sunnis and contain Iran (rival historical). Aside from this, there is personal animosity between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan and Maliki. These motives, to by Turkey's desire to obtain the Kurdish energy resources, led to the weakening of ties with Iraq's central government. "
    The United States, as the author argues, it "the most negative of all those after it abandoned its previous approach in direct intervention in favor of adopting a policy of wait and watch. During my visit to Iraq, Many Iraqi Lee expressed particular Kurds of them expressed surprise and dismay of U.S. policy this. Many Iraqis do not understand why shake Washington their hands of Iraq, with the cost of U.S. intervention large. An expected visit to Erdogan to Washington this year will give the United States and Turkey the opportunity to discuss (and possibly coordinate) their policies dissonant toward Iraq, including the establishment of pipeline Kurdish oil. "
    And the author's argument that "there is little time for Iraqi politicians because of that Iraq is likely to face a rough ride in the coming year. President Jalal Talabani and broker political agreements high level that helped relieve political pressure before arriving at critical levels currently suffering from challenges serious health may be forced to resign. departure will increase the Iraqi political scene already troubled, difficult. If left office, it will increase the power of the prime minister. "
    He concluded by saying that "tensions between Prime Minister Maliki and Sunni and Kurdish bloc is approaching rapidly from the threat of future of the country as the Republic of federal standard. And Iraq must be able to manage its divisions sectarian and ethnic deep through a political process more inclusive give all Iraqis a voice where constitution also provides Iraq. "

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    Dialogue with the government split occurs between demonstrators Anbar
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD - Hussein Ali Dawood
    Sunday, March 24, 2013
    Anbar Provincial Council announced yesterday that a delegation of the «coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, will visit the province within days to start a dialogue with representatives of the protesters, but activists in the demonstrations declared their rejection of any negotiations with the government or its representative.
    The Deputy Chairman of the Anbar Provincial Council Saadoun al-Shaalan in contact with Al-Hayat yesterday that a delegation of the «coalition of state law includes close to Maliki will arrive shortly to maintain a dialogue with representatives of the protesters who want to dialogue.
    He added that «the protestors in Anbar are divided into two groups: the first calls for dialogue with the government, especially after taking positive steps to achieve the demands, and the second oppose dialogue and calls for escalation, and said that with the majority of dialogue and give a chance to the government.
    He pointed out that «the leader of the state law Izzat Shabandar visit Anbar within days to conduct meetings with representatives of the protesters and tribal city government pledges will be submitted to meet all the demands.
    He pointed out that «tribal delegations held a meeting with al-Maliki confirmed the seriousness of the government coordinating committees in achieving the demands.
    But activists in the city have denied knowing an intention by the government for dialogue, accusing conservative politicians riding the wave of demonstrations and get the gains. Fallujah Mahmoud البجاري Islamic Party and conservative politicians from trying to topple the demonstrators, and the trend towards dialogue with the government without the cover of the protestors.
    He accused Sheikh clans Albaqrien in Fallujah Mahmoud البجاري «Islamic Party and conservative politicians from the coup attempt on the demonstrators, and the trend towards dialogue with the government without the cover of the protestors. He said in connection with the «life» that «not aware of the sit-in Fallujah dialogue to be conducted by the government with the demonstrators», and pointed out that «the Islamic Party and a number of deputies conservative and tribal leaders loyal contacted the government to launch a dialogue», and accused these forces of trying to «get personal gain ».
    He pointed out that «confirmed information we have obtained from the use of the military government and police to enter the center squares sit in Ramadi and Fallujah and chanting sectarian slogans.
    He added that the elements of the forces «awakening got money from the government involved in this process.
    Furthermore, according to activist demonstrations gray Marwan al-Dulaimi, in contact with Al-Hayat yesterday that «chaos Square sit-in in the city (the first) yesterday was due to infiltrators raised slogans contrary to the slogans coordinating committees that were agreed upon two days ago.
    He added: «infiltrators were arrested and found to be of Baghdad and to reject any tribal Sponsor were handed over to the local police.
    And saw a demonstration Friday in Ramadi, a mess in the yard of the sit-in, and clearer video clip posted on YouTube that some of them were shouting: «warship ... War and raising the slogan of 'coming, O Baghdad, and in the background was Sheikh Suleiman Ali Hatem required as coordinating committees to stop these chants, but they refused to do so, which led to chaos after demonstrators feet on the output devices from the scene.
    Dozens of candidates for local elections in Anbar province yesterday sit in the office of the Electoral Commission to protest the decision postponed.
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    Foreign Relations: Obama visited the area and ignored Iraq and we are conservatively Washington political paths
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

     Baghdad / Iyad al-Tamimi
    Members considered the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives that Iraq's absence from the agenda the U.S. president's visit to the Middle East two days ago despite synchronized with the tenth anniversary of the U.S. troops entered the country in 2003, a sign of dissatisfaction with the U.S. administration for the political process in crisis in the country.
    This comes at a time showed the U.S. ambassador in Iraq, Robert Steve Beecroft during a meeting with parliament speaker Osama Najafi yesterday, concern over the postponement of the elections in Anbar, Nineveh, and rejection of "the absence of the right of citizens to vote."
    A statement issued by the Office of Najafi after meeting Beecroft and received a "long" version of it, that "Beecroft and Najafi eternally concern of the postponement of the elections in the provinces of Nineveh and Anbar and the absence of the citizen's right to vote guaranteed by the constitution."
    The statement said that "Najafi said the U.S. ambassador that the government announced the postponement of provincial elections is not based on legal Based true," noting that "both parties agreed that the elections are the basic principles of democracy-building and sound political process."
    The statement can be considered as ambassador conveyed Najafi, of the rare cases in which Washington attaches to this clarity on the policies of al-Maliki, since the withdrawal of its army the end of 2011.
    Obama launched during the past two days visit included Israel and the Palestinian territories, Jordan, without visiting Iraq despite coincided visit with the memory of an American is a significant invasion of Iraq, while missed Iraq also for Obama's remarks during his visit to the region without that draws attention all the potential for violence and protests continue against the government since three months.
    It was the first and last visit by Obama to Iraq took place in January 2008, when he was a candidate for the U.S. presidency, has not visited the country since his accession to the presidency after President George W. Bush.
    A member of the Foreign Relations Committee, the parliamentary Rh t e g Mahdi said in a statement to the "long" yesterday that "the American side was concerned about regional interventions political affairs in Iraq, especially Iranian influence," adding that Iraq's position official about the Syrian crisis teased criticized by Washington.
    He added that "the policy of Barack Obama has been clear since assuming the presidency of the White House, embodied in the American decision to withdraw the calves of the country and reduce development programs and the political discourse of the American president was clear lack of concern for the Iraqi file, which justifies not visiting Iraq."
    He Mahdi said that "the American side feels threatened on the democratic process in Iraq," pointing out that despite all the political crises successive country did not intervene America directly, but when Maliki decided to postpone local elections in Anbar and Mosul side expressed U.S. displeasure of the resolution is considered a change evident in the American position. "
    Attributed to a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, Imad John not to the U.S. president's visit to Iraq during his Middle East visit, political calculations reveal Iraq does not remain within the priorities of the American.
    John said in a statement to the "long" yesterday that "the attitude of the latest U.S. ambassador about the postponement of the elections reflects dissatisfaction with the U.S. government's decision to postpone the elections, which may take place in the context of the reasons why Obama is willing to visit Iraq.
    John revealed the presence of a planned visit by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to the country, adding that the visit will focus on the political crisis and the reasons for postponing the elections in Anbar and Nineveh.
    Regarding the development cooperation between Iraq and America explained John said the U.S. side had notes on some contracts economic concluded earlier between the two countries in addition to the existence of corruption involving officials and Iraqi figures, making these programs and contracts in hand, pointing out that a large part of the Framework Convention signed between Baghdad and Washington have not been activated yet.
    The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said some sarcasm during a meeting Brian recently, that Obama no longer wants to hear news of Iraq, has been entrusted everything to a team led by Biden, who did not visit Iraq since a long time and only send telegrams or to call the leaders in the Baghdad and Erbil.
    But America has many interests and Mstthmrōha accept to enter the Iraqi market, and already the former U.S. ambassador James Jeffrey said to the extent that 70 percent of companies executive development program in Iraq's oil industry, are U.S. companies.

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    Sadrists reject Maliki attribution threats and their ministries to replacements .. And threatening to pull out
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad: Al-Sharq Al-Awsat
    Revealed the political and thinker known Iraqi Hassan Alawi (independent lawmaker in the Iraqi parliament) that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr told him recently that «Iraq's unity as a nation now at risk and that while pulling his ministers from the government or suspend his work in Parliament does not care that he has lost cabinet seats or because parliamentary and unity of the nation is more important than the unity government.
    He said the top in a telephone conversation with «Middle East» from his headquarters current in Beirut, where he met the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr is currently in Beirut said «Sadr's decision to withdraw from the government in line with the norms prevailing political in the world where he does not have to be inside government and at the same time opposes »noting that« the withdrawing party acquires legitimacy of the opposition and not stay with the government and opposition form guaranteed because this is not consistent with the political credibility.
    And whether the Sadrists' decision will be subject to pressure from parties both internal and external, said the top that «the Sadrist movement chose to be honest with himself and his audience, regardless of any further developments, whether resulting from the implementation of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki threatened attribution ministries occupied by the Sadrists to ministers others or external pressure, where The Sadrists have proven that they are not much affected by external pressures, but in the case carried Maliki threatened this represents a significant threat with the Sadrist movement and could have important implications on different levels. The upper «Sadr may be endangered in front of his environment electorate in this decision but when I asked him if his decision this risky answered: it is important to be fair. Upper also quoted Sadr as saying that «parliamentary seats and ministerial moral rights does not specify the extent determined by the fairness that should be the concern and not in the number of ministerial or parliamentary seats that we get.
    A spokesman for Sadr, Sheikh Salah al-Obeidi announced at a press conference in Najaf yesterday that «suspend the participation of ministers of the Liberal bloc in the Council of Ministers will remain constant .. The lack of credibility and transparency in the work within the Council of Ministers as well as the lack of adoption of the rules of procedure which call for his decision as soon ». And on the survival of the National Alliance, Obeidi said: «We are staying in the National Alliance, but there are discussions and debates taking place between us and the number of entities to the other parties and are not crucial alliances. Obeidi added that «among the options file a complaint to the Federal Court against the decision to postpone the elections, stressing the« importance stand on Alarbakat in the government, particularly the lack of internal system and sandbox without the rest of the institutions.


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    Mhamadawi calls Barzani to conduct talks with Maliki to settle crisis

    Sunday, 24 March 2013 11:22 | | |





    Baghdad (AIN) –The Secretary General of the Sons of Iraq Alliance within the Citizen Alliance called the President of Kurdistan Region, Masoud Barzani, to conduct talks with the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, to settle the crisis.

    In a press statement received by AIN, he said "Barzani, as being one of the political leaders and participates in the political process in addition to participating in bringing the various views closer, is requested in settling the crisis among the political sides."

    "We hope Barzani to conduct talks with Maliki to discuss the pending issues between the State of Law Coalition and the Kurdistani Alliance on one hand and the SLC and the Iraqiya Slate on the other hand," he concluded.

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    URGENT…US Secretary of State arrives in Baghdad

    Sunday, 24 March 2013 12:40 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, arrived in Iraq for an unannounced visit after conducting a visit to Jordan on Sunday.

    This is the first visit to be conducted by Kerry after assuming his post.

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    Kerry plans to invite al-Maliki to resolve the political crisis and prevent the use of Iraqi airspace to transport weapons to the Assad regime
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad (news)

    A source familiar with the Foreign Minister John Kerry would ask Maliki to resolve the political crisis and not be allowed to continue the flow of Iranian arms to the Syrian regime across the skies of Iraq.

    The source, who declined to give his name (of the Agency news): The Kerry plans to ask al-Maliki to end the state of political tension in Iraq to do what it takes to prevent the continuation of the Iranian aircraft passing through Iraqi airspace to transport weapons to the Assad regime.

    Kerry arrived in Baghdad on a visit earlier in the day in a surprise visit unannounced to discuss a number of issues relating to the recent developments in the region, with Iraqi officials as well as a set of files shared between the United States and Iraq.


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    Maliki receives John Kerry.
    24/03/2013 11:32:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA/ Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received, before noon today 24, March the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

    A familiar source said that the two sides discussed bilateral relations and the political situation in the region and ways to find a way out of the crisis in Syria.

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    Breaking News--Minister of Planning: Presidency approves the state budget for the current year.
    24/03/2013 11:17:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Minister of Planning and Development Cooperation, the Acting Minister of Finance Ali al-Shukri declared that the Presidency of the Republic has ratified the state budget for the current year 2013.

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / " the Minister of Justice, Hassan al-Shammari has been informed in order to publish the budget in the Official Gazette / facts of Iraq /".

    The House of Representatives had approved the state budget for the current year on 7. March in the presence of 168 MPs and with a clear absence of the Kurdish bloc and many of Iraqiya coalition MPs, who regarded passing the Budget in this way as breach for the national consensus, which the political process in the country was build upon.

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    Presidency ratifies the Federal Budget.
    24/03/2013 14:04:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Presidency of the republic announced the ratification of the Federal budget of the Republic of Iraq for 2013.

    A statement by the Office of the Vice President of the Republic, Khodair al al-Khuzaie said that al-Khuzaie approved the federal budget for the Republic of Iraq for the year 2013, according to the powers granted to him under Article 75 / 2 of the Constitution."


    It is mentioned that Minister of Planning and Development Cooperation, the Acting Minister of Finance Ali al-Shukri declared that the Presidency of the Republic has ratified the state budget for the current year 2013.

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / " the Minister of Justice, Hassan al-Shammari has been informed in order to publish the budget in the Official Gazette / facts of Iraq /".

    The House of Representatives had approved the state budget for the current year on 7. March in the presence of 168 MPs and with a clear absence of the Kurdish bloc and many of Iraqiya coalition MPs, who regarded passing the Budget in this way as breach for the national consensus, which the political process in the country was, build upon.

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    Presidency approves general budget
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad (news)

    Ratified the Presidency of the Republic on the state budget for the current year.

    A source in the Presidency of the Republic (of the Agency news): he was approved to the general budget, and sent to the Ministry of Justice to publish the budget law in the Official Gazette / facts of Iraq.


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    Presidency ratifies Budget law of 2013
    Sunday, 24 March 2013 15:22 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –The Presidency ratified the Budget law of 2013 on Sunday.

    The office of the Vice-President, Khudair al-Khuzayi, assured in a press statement received by AIN “Khuzayi approved the Budget law according to the authorities granted for him in Article 75 of the constitution.”

    Earlier, the parliament voted on the Budget law with its majority despite the boycott of the Iraqiya Slate and the Kurdistani Alliance for the voting session.

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    AND / BUT

    Article 72:

    First: The President of the Republic shall have the right to submit his resignation in writing to the Speaker of the Council of Representatives, and is considered effective after seven days from the date of its submission to the Council of Representatives.

    Second: The "Vice" President shall assume the office of the President in case of his absence.

    Third: The Vice President shall assume the duties of the President of the Republic or in the event of the post of the President becomes vacant for any reason whatsoever. The Council of Representatives must elect a new President within a period not to exceed thirty days from the date of the vacancy.

    Fourth: In the case the post of the President of the Republic becomes vacant, the Speaker of the Council of Representatives shall replace the President of the Republic in case he does not have a Vice President, on the condition that a new President is elected during a period not to exceed thirty days from the date of the vacancy and in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution.
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    Kurd MP: Kurds' MPs will not attend the Parliament's sessions.
    24/03/2013 12:46:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance Mehdi Haji declared that "The Kurdish lawmakers will not attend the next session of the House of Representatives until the end of the consultation in Kurdistan and take a crucial decision by the provincial government in this regard."

    Haji said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "The consultations and meetings are still ongoing between the provincial government and members of the Kurdistan Alliance," adding: "The ministers of the Kurds are consulting also."

    He added: "There is not any positive development, so far, on the differences between the province and Baghdad, and regional countries have entered to resolve the crisis, in addition to the United States, which is trying to mediate between the two sides."

    The Kurdish lawmakers did not attend the voting session on the budget in the seventh of this month, and the Ministers of Kurds did not attend the Cabinet's sessions. The Kurdish MPs and ministers are currently in the Kurdistan region to consult, as stated by a number of them.

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    Othman assures: Kurds' Ministers will not attend Cabinet's session this week.

    24/03/2013 12:59:00

    Arbil / NINA / The independent MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman said that the Kurdish Ministers will not attend the meeting of the Council of Ministers this week.

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today 24, March that "The ministers and Kurdish lawmakers are still in the Kurdistan region for the purpose of consultation with the Kurdish leadership to get out with a unified position on the latest crisis with Baghdad."

    He continued, "The past few days were a holiday in the Kurdistan region on the occasion of Newroz, so the meetings and consultations between the Kurdish parties will resume after the end of the holiday and will then come to a decision about returning to Baghdad or not."

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    AND


    Tuesday .. House of Representatives resumes its meetings
    24-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad (news)

    Decided the Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq to resume meetings of the Council next Tuesday.

    The department said in a statement to the House of Representatives media received Agency (news) copy of it: that the House of Representatives decided to resume meetings of the Council on Tuesday approved 26/03/2013.
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    Mhamadawi calls Barzani to conduct talks with Maliki to settle crisis
    Sunday, 24 March 2013 11:22 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –The Secretary General of the Sons of Iraq Alliance within the Citizen Alliance called the President of Kurdistan Region, Masoud Barzani, to conduct talks with the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, to settle the crisis.

    In a press statement received by AIN, he said "Barzani, as being one of the political leaders and participates in the political process in addition to participating in bringing the various views closer, is requested in settling the crisis among the political sides."

    "We hope Barzani to conduct talks with Maliki to discuss the pending issues between the State of Law Coalition and the Kurdistani Alliance on one hand and the SLC and the Iraqiya Slate on the other hand," he concluded.

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