Liberals and the citizen: Maliki's coalition will not dare to leave the political suicide of the National Alliance
Tue Jul 29 2014 19:51 | (Voice of Iraq)
long-Presse / Karbala
Promised Ktlta Liberals and the citizen, said Tuesday that a coalition of state law "would not venture" out of the National Alliance because it is a "political suicide", while threatened alliance with the forces of other National to form a government in the event of this happening, affirmed its commitment to the directives of the Supreme Religious Authority to form government acceptable to the national.
The MP said the bloc citizen, Habib Terminal, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The components of the National Alliance in the previous parliamentary session is the same as in the current session means that it is still the largest bloc, according to the Federal Court's interpretation," pointing out that "a coalition of state law, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a part of the National Alliance will be the largest of it except in the event of his departure and chose to wait for the issuance of that court a new resolution on the largest parliamentary bloc. "
Terminal promised, that "out of a coalition of state law, the National Alliance is a political suicide," adding that "Maliki's coalition would dare such adventure."
MP for the mass of the Islamic Supreme Council, headed by Ammar al-Hakim, that "the fragmentation of the National Alliance is a serious negative," stressing "the need for unity and the National Alliance in the current phase of crisis experienced by the country."
The Terminal, "The National Alliance requires those who take any position of a sovereign that is the admissibility of its components as well as by other political forces outside to be able to perform its mission successfully and walk the country forward."
For his part, MP for the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement, Tariq Kikhany, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The bloc is committed to the National Alliance and going within steps and visions will not be affected by those who intend to split with him," adding that "the National Alliance, a national vision real leadership State in the next stage. "
Kikhany said, "The National Alliance Sikby the largest parliamentary bloc, if Maliki's coalition came out of it," noting that "the coalition then team up with other national powers to form a government and the leadership of the country."
The MP for the Liberal bloc, that "the bloc was committed to the guidance of the Supreme Religious Authority and will work on forming a new government acceptable to a broad national as requested."
The representative of the Supreme religious authority in Karbala, Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai, a student last Friday (the 25th of July 2014 the current), to form a government "empowered to unite the national and ending the threat of partition," calling on the political parties are all the "non-stick sites and positions and deal flexibly with the internal situation of the country. "
It is noteworthy that the political process waiting for caution and concern intense resolve the post of prime minister, after having managed the political forces of the completion of the posts of chairman of the parliament and the presidency, where he was elected the House of Representatives last Thursday, (the 24th of July present), the Kurdistan Alliance candidate Fuad Masum, the president of the republic after receiving the votes of 211 out of 269 deputies who attended the session, and after that he had squeal of the Presidency of the Parliament, in (15 this month), during its third meeting of the fourth session, which was held under the chairmanship of the President of the older, Mehdi al-Hafez, in the presence of 207 deputies, the county National coalition led by Iyad Allawi, where he was elected Salim al-President of the Parliament, succeeding Osama Najafi, and Haider al-Abadi first deputy speaker of parliament, and Mohammad Ali Aram second deputy.
He also states that the dispute is currently at its peak to determine the largest parliamentary bloc, which will cost required candidate for the presidency of the new government, a coalition between al-Maliki, and the National Alliance, as both insist on being the largest bloc.
It was a coalition of state law, confirmed on Sunday, (the 27 of July present), the announcement itself the largest bloc in the House of Representatives, does not mean withdrawal from the National Alliance, but the obligation to "constitutional matters," noting that the coalition is "the backbone and the foundation stone" of the alliance national, was charged with the National Alliance to "the adoption of a non-democratic mechanisms" to choose a candidate for the post of prime minister.
The National Reform Movement, led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, called, on Sunday, a coalition of state law to declare his position clear formally survival as part of the National Alliance, and with the exception of questioning the "largest bloc" goal pass candidate of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki to head the government, stressing that " National Alliance does not need to announcing the "largest bloc" in written form.
The political sources confirmed (range), that "a coalition of state law, began" pushing hysterically, "the parliament speaker Salim al, to announced by the largest bloc, to the extent that an altercation between the Speaker of Parliament, and leaders prominent in Maliki's bloc," indicating that "the behavior of the mass-Maliki confirms it reaches a dead end, because the consensus of leaders of blocs coherent largely on the need for political change, supported by the opinion of the local and international, to find that the change would open the door for political reforms, which have become a clear requirement to meet the security imbalance terrible in the country, and insurance unit Iraq. "