Jaafari from Egypt: Karbala did not interrupt a meeting and stressed the peaceful demonstrations

Denied Foreign Minister President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim Jaafari, who is currently visiting Egypt, accompanied by Prime Algmehorah- news for any boycott of coalition leaders at their meeting last Sunday in Karbala province.

The news indicated that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr withdrew from the meeting.
The al-Jaafari, according to a statement his office: the government with all parties do their utmost for the conduct of the system, and the application of the law, and give a wide margin of freedom to express their opinion without prejudice to the system, something strategic thickened by the government. "
He explained, "The National Alliance leaders session was a panel open, and all the points raised had been dialogue with, and discussed well, and listen to all points of view, and lasted more than two hours the meeting, did not interrupt any one session until the end of the meeting."
However, al-Jaafari said, "There was a difference, and do not expect convergence of views, but there was not something expected otherwise," he said, adding "count on holding another meeting in the coming period to complete what we started meeting in the city of Karbala."
He stressed to al-Jaafari, that "the meeting saw a convergence of views, and Dar dialogue on two points, namely: the political process, and demonstrations on one side, the other side of government reforms."
The National Alliance leaders confirmed in a statement after their meeting the first Sunday in Karbala province, renewed it "position in support of the reforms of the National Alliance and the ministerial change, called by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and to move them in order to provide the best for the Iraqi people."
And declared "National Alliance rejected the uniqueness of any faction political decision and carrying weapons in Baghdad and other provinces outside the framework of the state."
The leader of the Sadrist Movement Moqtada al-Sadr yesterday he focused through the National Alliance leaders meeting last Sunday on a number of demands, including the legitimacy of the people to demonstrate and protest, stressing that what was issued a statement after a meeting of the Aamthelna has never been in my presence I and Mr. Ammar al-Hakim [head of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council] "stressing that" the results of the meeting are not in it and that it was attended by canted to the Government of partisanship which was rejected by "calling" Abadi to exploit the protests demanding the formation of a technocrat government in his favor before he will be against him. "he said.