National Alliance reveals a semi-agreement on a draft paper and the National Conference
30/03/2012 11:36

Baghdad, March 30 (Rn) - The National Alliance Friday semi-agreement on the first draft of the paper the National Conference to be held on the fifth of next month, indicating that a meeting has yet been set for the Preparatory Committee will be preceded by a National Congress at the time said the Iraqi List, it has not determined its position whether or not to participate in the national conference.

And select the Iraqi President Jalal my students the fifth of April next April date for the National Conference of the Iraqi political forces.

And holds a small committee made up of four members grew out of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference sets agenda to restructure the National Conference to be held later.

A member of the Preparatory Committee for the National Alliance Bahaa al-Araji, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "The Preparatory Committee has a draft of the agenda and there is a near agreement on them despite the fact that there is a draft again, but the first draft is the closest to reality after the revision."

The al-Araji, that "the draft of the paper includes a map of the work of the government and Parliament for the period after the withdrawal and the paper is not confined to the dispute between Iraq and the rule of law, but all the problems of Iraq, whether at the level of governmental institutions and the relations between the province and the center and also agreed to be through the constitutional institutions."

And the al-Araji, a leader of the Sadrist movement that "if the paper were approved there would be no difficulty of the conference, but it is important to have a serious and realistic solutions and the process." He expected that "things are moving towards a solution."

He pointed out that al-Araji, "There is a date to hold the first instance the National Conference is the fifth of the month and will be preceded by a meeting of the Preparatory Committee."

The meetings of the Preparatory Committee, which includes 12 representatives of the political blocs after the Iraqi List, reverse the decision to boycott the government and the House of Representatives last month.

The country has witnessed political tension was accompanied by security breaches days after the departure of U.S. forces in December 18 last December under the security agreement signed between the two countries.

The political crisis erupted between coalition and Iraqi rule of law against the backdrop of the issuance of an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, a leader in the Iraqi List, for his support of "terrorism" which was rejected by the latter, who described the judiciary as "politically motivated".

Despite the insistence of the Iraqi National List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, the need to hold a national conference before the Arab Summit, with the possibility to keep it open until after the Arab summit that touched annually seriousness of the other parties, but that the National Alliance refused to do so.

The Iraqi List, which is a party to head the Iraqi political scene has not made a decision on whether or not its presence in the national conference, but confirmed that they are not optimistic about what will come out by the Conference of the decisions.

A spokesman for the National Accord Movement that fall under the Iraqi List, Zalmi Hadi's (Rn) that "Iraq has misgivings still exist and their presence so far has not been decided yet."

Zalmi explained that "Iraq needs to be assurances that the meeting is different from Sabqath of meetings and all possibilities are open and we are discouraged and exit decisions is assured to meet the demands of the Iraqi demands that are popular." He said.

The roots of the dispute between Maliki and Allawi's list to the election results and the interpretation of the Federal Court, which authorized the National Alliance to form a government instead of the Iraqi List, which got the highest votes in the elections.

Is often the exchange of accusations between Iraq and the rule of law on the disclaimer on the application of agreements Arbil before it enters the Kurds a third party to talk about the rally around the initiative and try to Tsuifaa Barzani, which included the last voice to the voice of the Iraqi claim the Application of Conventions Arbil.

He attacked President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani last week, the central government in Baghdad and accused the parties of trying to drag the country into "the unknown" through exclusivity decisions.

Barzani also said criticizing politicians in Baghdad to Arbil agreements that formed the basis of which the current government did not enforce all of them.

According to a professor in political science that the differences between Iraq and the rule of law will continue despite the talk about the seriousness in the resolution.

Said Iyad Hamad's (Rn) "do not expect to resolve all disputes between Iraq and the rule of law (...) for each party to see for the management of state and do not accept criticism of any party the other party, which he considers his political rival in everything."

And that "the differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan region is possible to see a breakthrough, even if in part the National Alliance and Maliki did not want to lose the Kurds."