Maliki calls to search for a way out consensual ends parliament crisis and vote on the appointment and dismissal of ministers


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Maliki calls to search for a way out consensual ends parliament crisis and vote on the appointment and dismissal of ministers


{Baghdad} Euphrates News president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki called on MPs from different parties to find a consensual way out of parliament ending the crisis and vote on the appointment and dismissal of ministers.


Maliki said in a press release and Euphrates News Agency {} received a copy of it on Friday that "in light of the challenges faced by the country and in order to move the stalemate suffered by the political process and the serious crisis that has beset the prestige of the state security and their positions."


He called on "the members of the House of Representatives of the various parties to hold a unified meeting for dialogue and the search for a consensual way out of the House and end the crisis bring him back to the exercise of fundamental constitutional duties and agreement to address the causes of the crisis."


He continued saying, "We believe that constructive dialogue between everyone will contribute in overcoming the crisis, and we find it necessary to produce an agreement ending all legal problems that accompanied the Council's previous sessions and to move towards the resumption of the work of the House of Representatives vote on the Cabinet sacking and appointment, returning the cabinet to meet."


He concluded by al-Maliki said, "We hope that the political forces take into account all of that and strive together to develop a practical roadmap in order to move forward with reform and preserve the unity of Iraq and its democratic system and go hard distant from slogans about the construction, repair and service of citizens.


The political scene in significant tension after a sit-in number of deputies in the parliament building to protest the ministerial cabin given by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and then the feet of demonstrators last Saturday to break into the Green Zone, and the building of the House of Representatives, and showed videos published by the media attacked the demonstrators { } beaten on a number of MPs, including the second Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Syria, Sheikh Mohammed, the head of the virtue Ammar Tohme.

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