April 9, 2012 - 11:29{Total Visits: 209}
Sadrists in parliament support the Maliki government will seek to strengthen

The head of the parliamentary block free Bahaa al-Araji, reiterated that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is the candidate of the National Alliance and still enjoys the support of the coalition that seeks to strengthen the government to provide services to the Iraqi people and the fight against corruption, noting that the national meeting has become a necessity.
The al-Araji, in an official statement issued by his office that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is the candidate of the National Alliance, the Alliance seeks to strengthen the government to provide services to the Iraqi people and the fight against corruption."
"The previous years made it clear that the political tension is reflected in the Iraqi street, a security or economically," adding that "the political blocs in its election manifesto confirmed to serve the people of Iraq but the war of all sides is incompatible with the programs of political and electoral submitted to Iraqi voters."
He called on al-Araji, all parties to "dialogue for conflict resolution," noting that "the national meeting if needed in the recent past has become today an urgent national need."
The sources of newsworthy close to the coalition in Iraq indicated during the last few days that there are movements in coordination between the coalition in Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after mounting crisis between Iraq and the Kurdistan coalition of state law and its president, and the failure of a national meeting on time (5 April), which was denied by state law, noting the Kurdistan Alliance to the absence of a formal application is submitted to him in this regard, while assured the Iraqi that the move need to be a national consensus is not achieved soon collect 163 votes in parliament, said a spokeswoman for the Iraqi Maysoon al in (6/4 ) The mass is seeking a national consensus to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, referring to the possibility for dangerous consequences if the Iraqi Kurdistan only to withdraw confidence without achieving consensus, warning that Iraq is heading toward "a new individual."




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