Maliki: We reject the return of al-Mutlaq and will be replaced by Iraqi ministers who
Maliki: We reject the return of al-Mutlaq and will be replaced by Iraqi ministers who do not return
6.1.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Sumerian News / Baghdad new Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday rejected for the return of his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq to the meetings of the Council of Ministers, and stressed that the latter's return "is not possible," and noted that in the context of connected to the ministers of the Iraqi told him not to interrupt, stressing that it would boycott the sessions of them "will be replaced." Maliki said in an interview with TV Sumerian, that "what he said Mutlaq enough to show he's a man who is unable to sit in the cabinet anymore," host by saying "I do not accept his return and is not possible." The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the 21 last December, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the deputy leader of the Iraqi List, Saleh al-Mutlaq, after describing it as "a dictator does not build," and received the Iraqi List, two days after the request of al-Maliki that al-Mutlaq, not appointed by Maliki to remove him from office, demanding the opening of all files of former security against those responsible. On a related issue, Maliki confirmed that the "ministers of Iraq told us not to boycott and returned yesterday, some of them will return some other," but he added, saying " If you do not return some be replaced ", describing what happened to" crisis emergency passed off peacefully, and will pass all crises artificially is real. " Advisor, Office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Maryam Rayes, revealed on Thursday (January 5, 2012), that five of the ministers of the existing Iraqi told Maliki's office formally with their presence Cabinet meeting to come. It was a government source familiar with the matter revealed on Wednesday (January 4, 2012), that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has appointed the acting premier replacements for ministers of the Iraqi List, absent from the meetings of the Council of Ministers, stressing that the Deputy Prime Minister for the energy Hussein al-Shahristani, will be the Ministry of Electricity and the Agency with The Minister of Planning Ali Shukri, Ministry of Finance. The decision of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after about 15 days from the province of the Iraqi (19 December 2011), the Council of Ministers, which operates the eight seats, two days after the boycott meetings of the Council of Representatives to protest what it called "political marginalization." and holds the Iraqi List, manage eight ministries in the composition of the government such as electricity, finance and industry and minerals, science and technology, agriculture, education and communication and the Ministry of State for the provinces, in addition to the post of Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs. The charges addressed to Hashmi and demand that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to withdraw confidence from the al-Mutlaq, who came to coincide with the completion of a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, sparked the latest crisis between the coalition of state law under the leadership of al-Maliki and Allawi's Iraqiya, while remain points of contention between them stuck without a solution, including the selection of candidates for positions security in the government, and the formation of the strategic policies of the Supreme blocs agreed on the establishment at a meeting of Erbil, not be approved on its law so far, as well as Iraq's foreign policy, especially with regard to relations with neighboring countries, while experiencing the ranks of the Iraqi List, a series of splits and wide background of the "uniqueness led to decisions and preference for personal interests," according to the dissidents.