"National Alliance" and the position of al-Maliki: "Sadrists" assert their position and supporting "Alcilcin" point to the need to nominate an alternative
Posted 08/04/2012 08:45 AM

BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation": Ahmed al-Lami of
Seemed "National Alliance", who leads the Iraqi government, as if he regains the moment that preceded the declaration of a candidate Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister after the 2010 elections, the Prime, "the Liberal bloc" represented by the Sadrist movement in Iraq's parliament, Baha al-Araji, said in a statement Sunday that "the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the National Alliance candidate and we are seeking to strengthen the government to provide services to the Iraqi people and the fight against corruption ", which is the same stance taken by the current in support of declaration of al-Maliki as prime minister after the rejection of long said that the Iranians Dgua strongly Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr in order to change it from no express reference to the Yes the owners.

From one of the meetings of the "National Alliance"

In the same context were the positions of members of the "mass of the citizen" representative of the Supreme Islamic Council, led by Mr. Hakim, the issue of the continuation of Prime Minister Maliki in office, just as the "Council" refusing to Maliki's nomination in 2010, said a member bloc Mohammed Allkash, "to Ananaj to any duplication in dealing with the characters or with the governments, because we are at a Aithml compliments, so it is necessary to deal with the National Alliance, al-Maliki as he deals with al-Jaafari. "
He Allkash " blocks of the National Alliance unanimously agreed to be an alternative to Maliki, Ibrahim Jaafari, when rejected by the other political blocs, and now some of the blocks does not want al-Maliki and the National Alliance to find a suitable replacement. "
The information indicated that there is a tendency of some political blocs to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister, which he addressed the leaders of the "state of the law," Maliki's denying such a thing altogether.