Chalabi: the current government enjoys the confidence of Parliament and the constitution prevents the return of dictatorship

Saturday 21 نيسان 2012 10:56 GMT




National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi during his meeting with the lAlsumaria News / Sulaymaniyah
The leader of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmed Chalabi,the Sabbath, the agreement with the mass change Kurdish opposition to the reform of the political situation and economic development in the country, and when he said that the current government enjoys the confidence of the House of Representatives and is continuing in office, he pointed out that the Constitution prevents the return of dictatorship again.

Said Ahmed Chalabi, during a press conference held today, building the MDC Kurdish opposition in the province of Sulaymaniyah attended by "Alsumaria News on the sidelines of a meeting with head of the movement Noicheroan Mustafa",
"The meeting has put forward programs to solve political problems," stressing that "it was agreed to develop proposals for the reform of the political situation and economic development in the country and the need to resolve political problems through dialogue and understanding. "
Chalabi added that "the Constitution and the political situation in Iraq enough to prevent a dictatorship again," adding that "there are entities and political institutions and political situation in the Kurdistan region is important and all these things to prevent a dictatorship."
He added that Chalabi "The current government enjoys the confidence of the House of Representatives and is continuing in power only thing that gets changed," adding that "it is useful to examine the nominations hypothetical at the present time but it is important to resolve political problems through dialogue."

Chalabi explained that "Iraq is an important country and concerted efforts of the political forces in Iraq, the potential to reduce interference of others in our problems," stressing "the need to resolve differences through dialogue and not to talk about the challenges and tensions."




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