Maliki: I will not go into a joint list with Allawi in provincial elections

07/03/2012 14:15

Baghdad, March 7 (AKnews) - List denied the rule of law today, Wednesday, there will be agreement with the Iraqi List to enter a joint list in the upcoming elections for provincial councils in Baghdad.

Alfalh Ali, a spokesman for the state of law, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) announced today that "state law did not agree with the list on the entry of Iraqi provincial elections next one list."

He explained that "state law does not reject the involvement of Allawi's list of names with them, but they do not believe at all in participating in one list because of the different political visions."

The political sources had announced (Rn) earlier on that there is an initial agreement took place between the Iraqi List and the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to enter a joint list in the upcoming elections for provincial councils, districts and areas in Baghdad, noting that one of the components of the Iraqi List, do not still do not agree to this proposal.

The announcement comes on the convergence of a coalition of law and the Iraqi List, days after al-Maliki to receive a delegation representing the renewal of a list headed by Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi in his office last Monday in Baghdad.

And decided the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, County Council of Ministers and House of Representatives against the backdrop of rising tensions and political differences with the coalition of state law, while the later decide to end the boycott after receiving assurances to meet its demands.

Being politicians, senior Iraqi talks with al-Maliki and other leaders to contain the situation for fear of exacerbating the crisis that could push Iraq back into the midst of sectarian unrest related to the issue Hashemi prosecution on charges of supporting "terrorism."

And holds a committee of 12 members representing three blocks are the President, the National Alliance, the Kurdistan Alliance, and the Iraqi List, hold regular meetings to create the appropriate atmosphere to hold a national conference and to develop solutions to the problems of the Iraqi state.