The Iraqi List, decided to end its boycott of the Council of Ministers

5.2.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad - where decided the Iraqi List, during a meeting the night end the boycott and ministers of the meetings of the Council of Ministers. A source in the Iraqi List, told all of Iraq [where] on Sunday that "the components of the existing unanimously decided in its meeting held tonight in the presence of the majority of its leaders except President Iyad Allawi, leader of the Saleh al-Mutlaq, the return of its ministers to the meetings of the Council of Ministers and end the boycott decision. " and added that "the meeting of the Iraqi List, discussed the overall developments in the Iraqi arena, including the issues of two leading figures in the list Tareq al-Hashemi, Saleh al-Mutlaq." The source said that "a delegation from the Iraqi List, headed immediately after the meeting to the benefit of Mutlaq, to brief him on the decision to list the return of its ministers to the cabinet. " He pointed out that "the meeting touched on the issue of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and Athmrth movements based on the issue that cost the four judges of the capital, Baghdad, to take testimony Hashemi in Arbil and then present those briefings on leaders of political blocs. " and the Iraqi List, has decided in the meeting in the twenty-ninth of the month of January, returning to the meetings of the House of Representatives and to end its boycott him. referred to as the Iraqi List, has decided on 17 of December last comment presence of deputies and ministers to the parliament sessions and the Council of Ministers on the back of the issuance of an arrest warrant for leader of the Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and the dismissal of Maliki's deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, and required to return, the implementation of agreements Erbil signed in late 2010 and the application of the Constitution and activate the file national balance in state institutions, the adoption of a package of legislation to move the system state of the central administrative decentralization and to give the rights of the provinces.

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