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Fell Accord Movement, led by Iyad Allawi remarks by its president, regarding the possibility of proposing political files pending before the Arab leaders in Baghdad summit to be held 29 of the current month, he considered the position of a coalition of state law, but a good point to the existence of a rift between the Accord and its leader.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the Arab League Ambassador Ahmed Ben Helli, announced yesterday that the Arab summit would not discuss the issue of Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi to be considered an internal issue. Noted that the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi has threatened this week presented his list of political differences to the Arab summit If what has been postpone the date of the National Congress. A spokesman for the National Accord Movement Hadi Zalmi in a press statement yesterday that "the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi believes that access to the Arab summit, through the availability of the will of a united Iraqi in the best national interest and the expected results of the summit." He said that "the Iraqi List, has so far not made any request to include an agenda of political differences within the Arab summit
When asked to confirm the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States not to bring the issue Hashemi within the Arab summit Zalmi explained that his movement "will not respond to something not yet announced its position," referring to the Iraqi List, the political differences with Maliki's coalition. "
The Iraqi judiciary has issued an arrest warrant for Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi for his support of "terrorism," he considered the latter to later try to determine how the political.
But Hashemi has not yet complied with the requests of the judiciary turned himself in and went to Kurdistan in Public to raise the Central Criminal Court, which decided pronouncement of the judgment against him in the third of May, next May.
that "the Arab Summit which will be participating at the level of official sites in the Iraqi state I do not think Iyad Allawi will take part in the summit."
The Iraqi government says it has not yet received any apology or refusal of any Arab country to participate in the Summit.
She said that all States will participate except Syria and the Arab League, told her that all the Arab countries to attend the Summit of Baghdad.
In a related development, said the National Alliance MP Jawad Albzona by telephone (range) yesterday, "remarks Accord Movement indicate the presence of a large rift between the movement and Iyad Allawi, and that the latter is no longer its leader."
He Albzona "The Accord Movement is working to preserve the gains of national Kqma Arabs and not to bring the files in the political affairs of regional Unlike Allawi."