Iraq says that the new alliances will appear to change the pyramid of power

23/04/2012 10:14

Baghdad, April 23 (Rn) - The Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Monday, for near the birth of the new alliances will change the pyramid of power in Iraq that have left files of financial corruption and poor services in what was described Maliki's coalition's efforts to withdraw the confidence to "Dreams" that will not be realized.

The recent Iraqi attempts to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the agreement of the parties in the National Alliance in light of the recent renewal of confidence in Maliki in a meeting the day before yesterday.

Revealed the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi last week for the start of its movement to get what she called "national consensus" for the withdrawal of the confidence of the Maliki government.

Objects based on the mechanism of the Iraqi Department of State by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who says that it is reserved all powers in his hands.

While Maliki says that the powers granted to him on the constitutionality of the object to change the constitution rather than blame liabilities.

The leader of the coalition in Iraq Zobaie Talal, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the list went to pick up and set to start aiming to launch of the birth of a new alliance away from the internal differences in order to establish a national project."

The Zobaie that "new alliances for the list aims to change the HRC power and some important joints in the state that created the files of corruption and hampered delivery of services." He said.

The introduction of the issue of withdrawal of confidence in the Maliki government is still the most in the differences between Arbil and Baghdad, which has been accused in recent Btsoev agreements described Maliki as someone who is trying to acquire all positions.

And increased attack cleric Moqtada al-Sadr last week to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the chances of reducing the political base supporting the owners of the Kurds after his call to prevent the emergence of "dictator" in the new Iraq.

In the opinion leaders in the Islamic Supreme Council, led by Ammar al-Hakim and falls under the National Alliance, that the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki will complicate matters, while describing the leaders in his coalition, talk to withdraw confidence from the leader to "Dreams" is achieved.

A member of the coalition Hanan al's (Rn) that "to talk about the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki still dreams of non-verifiable Alliance National announced his position explicitly and clearly by all parties affiliated to it that there is any movement or any other agreements with other parties to withdraw confidence. "

Fatlawi said that "the unity of the National Alliance for the still united on key issues and thus promote the confidence of Maliki are trial balloons launched by the other parties to know the reactions of the political blocs."

According to the Iraqi List, said discussions for the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki arrived in the final stages, but any party to the National Alliance did not adopt a formal efforts to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki.

Political analysts say that foreign interference in Iraqi internal affairs peppered more differences between the blocks and not be resolved except through the table of the Interior.

He said political analyst Hussein dry (Rn) that "the resolution of internal differences are not put through Foreigha but to sit at a table away from the talks dragged outside parties internal affairs of Iraq."

The dry that "the political leaders to be aware that the internal affairs of foreign intervention will not resolve the problems and be held more."
The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan last Friday harsh criticism of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

Policy and take it with its disturbing for him has lead to a conflict between Sunnis and Shiites and response.

But Maliki's response to the Turkish official statements and consider interference "blatant" in the internal affairs of his country and an attempt to extend influence over the region.

And supports the Iraqi List, hold a meeting at the level of political leaders in order to resolve the differences, especially that took a political dimension as an issue Hashemi accused by the Iraqi judiciary of supporting "terrorism."

And spin differences between the three blocks of the President of the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance and the coalition in Iraq on the State Administration of Arbil plus its agreements and the issues of al-Hashemi and al-Mutlaq.