To the National Preparatory Committee of the Conference expects to hold its fifth meeting during the next two days
25/02/2012 09:58

Baghdad, February 25 (Rn) - A member of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference, Saturday, that so they can be held the fifth meeting of the committee during the next two days after it was postponed last Thursday.

He was a member of the Kurdistan Alliance has revealed, on Friday, all around the fifth meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference which was scheduled for last Thursday to another date because of the preoccupation of all the political blocs to vote on the federal budget for 2012.

Hussein al-Shaalan told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), "We expect to hold the fifth meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference today or tomorrow to complete the discussion papers of the political blocs."

He said Shalan, a representative of the Iraqi Preparatory Committee that "no formal agreement on the determination date of the meeting is not until now."

And Representatives of the three main political blocs (the National Alliance, and the Iraqi List, the Kurdistan Alliance) Fourth meeting last Monday at the home of Vice President of the Republic Khudair Khuzaie but they did not leave a paper to be put in a unified national conference soon.

The meetings of the Preparatory Committee, which includes 12 representatives of the political blocs after the Iraqi List, reverse the decision to boycott the government and the House of Representatives this month.

He ruled out some Iraqi political parties to reach a speed of political consensus within the Preparatory Commission on the working paper standard, especially since the Iraqi List, is still sticking to its demand the judge to resolve the political dimension to the issue Hashemi in the National Congress and rejected by the National Alliance.

The country has witnessed political tension was accompanied by security breaches days after the departure of U.S. forces in mid-December / December last year under the security agreement signed between the two countries.