Deputy for Law: Barzani's comments about the al-Maliki surprisingly exciting
Saturday, March 31 /2012 14:11

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates MP for the rule of law Faleh Ziadi that the statements of President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, who accused the prime minister dictatorship surprisingly exciting.

He accused the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, a coalition of state law and its leader, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of trying to build a new dictatorships, stressing that the Kurds will not accept after today to continue in the manufacture of dictatorship and autocracy whatever it costs them the price, as he put it.

Ziadi said in a statement to the Euphrates News Agency {} today, "the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance Alliance Astarateja bringing them together and they are especially strong in the case of mutual injustice and marginalization in the survey and during the former regime."

He added that "We are surprised to launch such statements at a time when Iraq is still at risk."

He explained, "We were hoping to see this period of political leaders deal with some of them, but we have seen just the opposite where there was a media campaign and mutual accusations between the leaders of political blocs waged by some on others."

He said, "Barzani when he declares that the government failed, this failure include the Kurdistan Alliance and all the political blocs because the current government is a government of national partnership, if successful, this success was calculated for all the success, unlike the government's failure means the failure of all."

"The accusations are not justified and it was the wrong time and we desperately need at this time to the coherence between the political blocs because Iraq has begun to recover and become a fixture in the Arab policy-making and problem-solving." Is over 2:00 p.m.