Iraqi waving preparations to withdraw from the National Congress and the internationalization of the crisis threatens to

11/03/2012 16:16

Baghdad, March 11 / March (Rn) - waved the Iraqi coalition, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Sunday, to withdraw from attending the preparatory meetings for the upcoming national conference, threatening the internationalization of the crisis in Iraq has not implemented the terms of Arbil.

The MP said the coalition in Iraq Zobaie Talal, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the application of the terms of the Erbil is a basic requirement for the presence of the existing Iraqi National Congress, as required adoption of the Convention as an essential reference to resolve the crises that beset the country."

He explained that "the Iraqi List touched during past meetings and the tendency in some quarters Btsoev claims and solve problems through the National Meeting," adding that "the presence of Iraqi for meetings of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference is the last of the list in the absence of agreement on the adoption of the Convention of Arbil and set a deadline for the National Meeting. "

He announced the National Alliance, on Sunday, for a new meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference on Monday at the home of Vice President of the Republic Khodair al to discuss the agenda of the forthcoming national conference of political reconciliation.

Iraqi politicians are trying to resolving their differences out a unified position before the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad at the end of this month.

He Zobaie said, "if not implemented these demands will resort to the introduction of the Iraqi issue as a whole at the table of the Arab summit conference will seek to internationalize through relevant international organizations and at least attempts to uncover some of the marginalization and exclusion of an important political component, a coalition of Iraq."

The Preparatory Committee has held four meetings in a row and described the positive atmosphere in which I discussed the most controversial issues that could be put on the agenda of the national forum, but it failed to agree on the mechanics of solving these problems.

The country has a political crisis in the wake of the issuance of an arrest warrant for Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi and demand that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the House of Representatives dismissed his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq for the job.

And rejects a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to discuss the issues of al-Mutlaq al-Hashemi, the Iraqi National Congress, but insists on it.