Maliki confirms the possibility of early elections if the Iraqis demanded that
14/04/2012 - 14:18

Sumerian News / Baghdad warned Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, politicians of "playing to the Constitution," stressing the possibility of early elections if the people have demanded this, while pointing out that the peaceful transfer of power in the country has been for four times and will be repeated for the fifth time.Maliki said during a Conference for the families of Iraq under the slogan (the success of the Baghdad summit emphasized the leading role of Iraq in the Arab and regional levels), held in Baghdad and attended by "Alsumaria News", that "no one should be singing Ah outside the flock of Iraq, and so things got days of the Arab summit, but did not affect", calling on the so-called "fiery statements to the need to review the same." Maliki said, "to disagree with us but who ruled officer country and the Constitution," calling for a "not to play on the constitution so as to speak in his name and exploits it and invest it to manipulate the facts, rights, powers and privileges." Maliki said to "If there were defects in the elections, it is possible to return them at the next session or in an early election, but must comply with the people say and not to laugh at the Iraqi people so elected is then to circumvent the will of which is to circumvent the Constitution." He al-Maliki that "Iraq is no longer likely a single person and the dictator and tyrant and a one-party and national one-never, "noting that" Iraq today has a circulation of four authorities peacefully and will be the transmission and circulation of the fifth also peaceful and can not be imposed on the people except what is dictated to them against their will." and concluded in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, in ( March 29, 2012), the Arab summit twenty-third with the participation of 21 countries with the exception of Syria, which has not been invited to attend because of the suspension of its membership in the university, as well as the presence of ten Arab leaders are Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, and the Emir of Kuwait Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, President of the Republic of Comoros crown Znin, and Chairman of the Interim Libyan Mustafa Abdul Jalil, and Tunisian President Mohammed Marzouki, and Mahmoud Abbas, and Somalia Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, and Omar al-Bashir, President of Lebanon General Michel, and Djibouti, Ismail Omar Guelleh, as has been woefully absent of the kings of the Arabs as not being boycotted by any country. and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, during a press conference held on the first of April 2012, that the summit in Baghdad was a big step because it emphasized the sovereignty, democracy, liberty and the rule of the Constitution, which experienced Iraq today, noting that the summit was evidence that Iraq's return to his leadership in the Arab and international, but he also either talk about the poor level of representation of some countries at the conference, it is present in all previous Arab summits. demanding the Iraqi List, re-election and so they can be early elections after the suspect, on the fifth of March 2012, the possibility of holding the summit in Baghdad to intolerance to the political leaders responsible to resolve their differences and Tugem Summit voice, one Iraqi, and as confirmed in the 15 of March 2012 it is serious in making the Summit a place to display the problems of exclusion experienced by some of the components in the political process, threatened, in (19 March 2012), under the guidance messages written to the summit on the fact that the crisis in Iraq. and is holding the Arab summit in Baghdad international event the biggest organized by Iraq since 2003, accounting for the Municipality of Baghdad for the committee to create and insurance requirements for the Conference of the Arab summit and to provide insights, ideas, and the preparations necessary to improve and develop the interface construction of the city, commensurate with its history and its place in coordination with the ministries and agencies competent.