Allawi reveals the movement received positive signals on the implementation of the Convention on Arbil


05-10-2011 | (صوت العراق) - (آكانيوز) 05-10-2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - (Rn)
Revealed the National Accord Movement, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, Wednesday, they received positive signals on the concept of national partnership and the application of the terms of the Erbil, I spoke with an intention to hold another meeting of leaders of political blocs to discuss the internal files.

The leaders of Iraqi political blocs last November on the initiative of the President of Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani, which focused on renewing the mandate of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government by forming a national partnership.

As part of the political blocs agreed the initiative on a number of points, including the commitment to the Constitution, and to achieve both harmony and balance, and end the work of the accountability and justice, and activation of national reconciliation and the formation of a government of national partnership. Because

Included within the agreement which emerged from the initiative to form a Government, Prime Minister of the National Alliance and the formation of a new Council called the "strategic policy Council" with his Iraqi list specifically and Iyad Allawi, who decided earlier abandoning his post. The agreement within the Initiative Barzani, which resulted in the formation of the government, given the position of prime minister of the National Alliance and the formation of a new council called the "Strategic Policy Council" shall be vested in his list of Iraq, specifically Iyad Allawi, who decided earlier abandonment of the position.
Barzani is another initiative submitted to resolve the political crisis in September, includes the formation of a Committee comprising of 8 to 12 representatives of the political blocs to start talks on forming a Government expected to resolve outstanding differences, as well as extensive meetings for leaders to resolve the issue of the three presidencies. As presented Barzani another initiative to resolve the political crisis in September / September include the formation of a committee, consisting of 8 to 12 representatives of the political blocs to start talks on forming a government anticipated and work to resolve outstanding differences, as well as meetings of the expanded leaders to resolve the issue of the three presidencies.

And seek the three main blocs of the National Alliance, and the Iraqi List, and the Kurdistan Alliance, to reach consensus on many points that are still a matter of political controversy.

The leaders of political blocs to a meeting yesterday at the Peace Palace in Baghdad under the auspices of President Jalal Talabani was allocated to take a unified stance on the survival of U.S. trainers after 2011.

The meeting agreed with the exception of the Sadrist movement against the U.S. presence in Iraq to the survival of American trainers in Iraq, a condition not to grant legal immunity.

He did not touch the political leaders at their meeting yesterday to discuss the contentious issues between the central government and Kurdistan Regional Government and the files of national partnership in political decision-making demanded by Allawi's list.

A spokesman for the movement Dalimy Hadi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that "there are positive signals from the other side of the concept of national partnership and the implementation of Arbil."

And repeatedly accuses the Iraqi List, a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to work on procrastination agreements Erbil, which was formed and fabricated by the current government.

Dalimy said "there is an intention to hold a meeting of leaders of political blocs, according to Ibgna of President Jalal Talabani and the U.S. side to examine the files of internal political relationship."

The dispute between Iraq and the rule of law rejecting the enactment of the Strategic Council policies for fear of turning to the legislative council and an executive at the same time may create a rift in the government of Maliki.

Maliki says that Allawi has become through his people, "undesirable" in the political process in which a position that reflects the depth of disagreement between the two sides.

But Allawi, the position of a critic of the Maliki government is strong after the entry of the Kurds in the crisis with Baghdad because of the oil and gas law controversial.


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