Watermelon: white bloc rejects the principle of withdrawal of confidence from the government at the present time

09.04.2012 | (Voice of Iraq)

BAGHDAD - Where The Secretary-General of the mass of the white MP Jamal watermelon rejected mass principle to withdraw confidence from the government at this time. The melon in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, "We are against all the trends that demanding the withdrawal of confidence from the government, because we We want Iraq for all Iraqis, "noting that" it is demanding the withdrawal of confidence from the government, it is believed that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is the owner of the victory at the Arab summit, forgetting that a victory for all Iraqis. "

and added, "There are parties Iraqi beneficiaries of the survival of Iraq in humiliation and shame and lack of he returned to the incubator Arab, "calling those parties that" draws its sights on the failure of the government, and identify a bug where, do not threaten to withdraw confidence in it. " He said watermelon to that "brings together alliances against the government and the Government's preoccupation with the withdrawal of confidence by the Seychelles work, and the citizen is the biggest loser in this process, "and accused limbs political" to devote the political sectarianism in Iraq because they Matashin on this thing. "

He said. and picked up some of the media seeking some political blocs to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House of Representatives as a step "to resolve the current political crisis" in the country. and was scheduled to hold the leaders of political blocs, the national meeting on the fifth of this April as the date on which set by President Jalal Talabani to discuss the current political crisis, especially the differences between the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, and the differences between the central government and the Kurdistan region especially with regard to the disputed areas and oil and gas law and other things.

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