Deputy accused of "al-Maliki and al-Sadr" of trying to "acquisition" of the resolution

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Deputy accused of "al-Maliki and al-Sadr" of trying to "acquisition" of the resolution

Charges MP and leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Xuan Daoudi, on Monday, all of the leaders of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki and Moqtada al-Sadr of trying to "acquisitions" on the political resolution, and stressed that the National Alliance, "no longer exists", and Sunni leaders have become "homeless Kjmahearham" , and the Kurdistan Alliance faces a "divided and fragmented,"

The storming of the parliament as a "black day in the history of Iraq's description," counting the whole of Iraq, "live today and the legitimacy of the leadership and the leaders of the crisis." The MP said Xuan Daoudi, in a statement, said that "Iraq is a leadership crisis hit its components three main different forms, leading to paralysis," returned to "Shiites who were previously discuss all political issues in the framework of the National Alliance and take decisions that are required in question, divided into three different currents, the first State of law coalition of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who is seeking to acquire the Shiite decision by the parliamentary majority. "

He said Daoudi, that "the current second is the Liberal Shiite Urubi, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, who tries as a result of weakness in the parliament to move street to impose their demands on behalf of the people," noting that the "third stream includes all of the mass of citizens and led by Ammar al-Hakim, by the Supreme Council Islamic, and Hadi al-Amiri by the Badr Organization, and Hashem al-Hashemi, by virtue bloc, led by the religious authority, Mohammed al-Yacoubi, and seeks the power to take the intermediate positions between the former currents, and believes in the Constitution and national partnership and the rule of law and believes that the Iraqi political process will not succeed without the Kurds and the Sunnis. "

Daoudi promised, that "the conflict between the three currents create chaos within the Shiite National Alliance," adding that "the Shiite National Alliance no longer exists." According to MP from the Party, led by President of the Republic before, Jalal Talabani, that "the year so afflicted, as a result of the occupation of their land by the organization Daash or controlled by the popular crowd, and their cities destroyed as a result of the war, and that the audience turned into refugees or displaced," pointing out that it "reflected on their leadership a badly divided and scattered, and the only place you can year in which the exercise of their political work is the Iraqi Council of Representatives, who suffered such as the right to their land and their cities, shreds if their leaders like their fans who are living in a state of homelessness and loss."

He said Daoudi, that "the Kurds in Baghdad once enjoyed the pivotal character is Jalal Talabani, a strong alliance between the political limb, parliamentary and one block, is the Kurdistan Alliance," Msttrda that "the Kurdistan Alliance is facing a state of division and fragmentation, and the Kurdistan region was enjoying institutions legitimacy and an elected president and parliament voted him a powerful opposition, but all that no longer exists today. "

And saw Daoudi, that "Shiites are suffering from the chaos of the leadership, and the year of weak leadership, or lack thereof, and the Kurds doubt their leadership," adding that "parliamentary political minority has benefited from the presence of the President of the weak government, is Haider al-Abadi, to impose its will on other components and blocks, and the coup the top of a legitimate organization in Iraq, a parliament, taking advantage of the support of al-Abadi, who launched her green light, exploiting slogans against the quotas for the occupation of the Council and the attack on a group of MPs who did not bow to their pressure, which did not succeed. " He described the Kurdish lawmaker, on the 30th of April 2016, "the black day in the history of Iraq's political," stressing that "the whole of Iraq live today and the legitimacy of the leadership and the leaders of the crisis."