Worldwide abolition: We hope to Maliki, the Iraqi response to the demands and time remaining for the Arab summit is not enough to hold a meeting
Saturday, March 10 / March 2012 09:32

[Baghdad - where]
He expressed the Iraqi List MP for the worldwide abolition Ziad hoped that responds to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the demands of the Iraqi List, to say the least, because Iraq is in the development of a security crisis.
The sprue told all of Iraq [where] the day,
"we hope to Maliki to respond to the demands of the Iraqi name the defense and interior ministers to put an end to the dispute in this regard," asserting that "the Iraqi List, has shown significant cooperation to resolve the political crisis, but we did not find a response from the other party [the National Alliance] ".
He added that "we call for Maliki to stop random arrests in some areas where there are supporters of the Iraqi List, and put a stop to it as soon as possible."
The national meeting and said the worldwide abolition, "we hope the national meeting held before the Arab Summit, but the length of time remaining to the summit is not sufficient to complete this matter."

And witnessing the political process and the relationship between the blocks exacerbated clear because of the continuing political differences between the coalition of state law and the Iraqi List,especially with regard to the issue of a warrant of arrest against the Vice President of the Republic required to eliminate Tariq al-Hashemi, and asked the Prime Minister to withdraw confidence from the Vice President Saleh al-Mutlaq, in addition to charges of Iraqi law of the state shirking on the implementation of the initiative of Erbil,which include achieving partnership in the state administration and decision-making and naming security minister and the formation of strategic policies and the lack of balance in the institutions of the state between the components of the people according to the views of Congress and the Iraqi List .
The Arab summit will be held in the capital Baghdad at the end of this month after he completed all of Iraq's preparations for hosting the after answered the many Arab countries to invite Iraq to attend the summit, while rejected the Arab League to provide an invitation to Syria to attend the summit because of the ongoing developments there.