Maliki: We refuse to invite non-Arab summit to Baghdad and all disputes will discuss the national meeting
18/03/2012 14:35

Arbil, March 18 / March (Rn) - Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Sunday he rejects the idea of inviting any non-Arab country to participate in the scheduled summit in Baghdad. He pointed at the same time should be to discuss the National Congress is expected in all political differences. 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. face-Hashimi accused the leadership of teams execution based on the confessions of a television to say that they are men of his bodyguards while denying Hashemi - content in the Kurdistan region - those accusations and says it is fabricated. While the request was to isolate al-Mutlaq, on the basis that he lacks the competence and confidence in the office. , says the coalition in Iraq, which belongs to al-Hashemi The National Conference must be done before the Baghdad summit to resolve the issues and outstanding problems other. Maliki said in an interview with the station (horizons) of space close to the party advocacy and dissemination of library media excerpts of which were on his that he rejects the idea of inviting non-Arab countries to attend the summit in Baghdad, "we do not find a justification for the presence of non-Arab countries." But al-Maliki said in the interview, recorded apparently in the Iraqi capital Baghdad that he will be invited international and regional organizations to attend the summit. is scheduled to host the Summit in Baghdad 29 of this month amid tight security by the security authorities began weeks before the start of the conference. Maliki said in this regard that there are politicians - did not identify - are seeking to derail the summit. And they were attacked by saying that these "do not care about Iraq than they have by themselves" in a clear reference to his opponents. He continued, saying, "We have to put all the issues in this meeting." The Iraqi coalition led by Ayad Allawi, speaking on condition earlier in the presence of the President of Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani, the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and the leader of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim to any conference or meeting.