Amid bomb blasts and dust storms in Baghdad, the Iraqi parliament expressed some basic features that help in the interpretation of Iraq's political paralysis. On the one hand, there were indications that Mnkadi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki are in the dominance in parliament. They were the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq and the Iraqi and "some of the Kurds," who left the hall and later in protest against the draft decision not to vote on the confidence the hen current Baghdad Sabir al-Issawi, a vote-mail (instead of raising hands). That change is essential for a show as it turns out it is powered by the Sadrists and perhaps by Maliki's list of state law and that played a basic role in the campaign against the governor of Baghdad - The design behind the "secret ballot" was supposed to allow the Shiite legislators to break the unity sectarianism in order to resolve some internal differences. Has been to postpone the vote though. Was adopted, as well as an important and supported by the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council and the Kurds: the term of the Iraqi Commission for Elections and which was extended another three months or until the Office of the formation of a new "whatever happens first."

It is no secret that a major al-Maliki has opposed the extension of the Iraqi Electoral Commission is pushing for the Commission to approve a new parliament. The current commission is to a large extent the vestiges of an era in Iraqi politics, which was dated climb the real power of the actual, between 2005 - 2007 when he took control of the Shiite parties like the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution and turned to the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council, virtue, and the Sadrists on Iraqi politics alone together with the Kurds and the party Iraqi Islamic Party, a Sunni. These parties still remain influential in the current Iraqi Commission for the elections, and recent allegations of politicized arrests of members of the Commission, is only the latest in a clear attempt to get rid of the owners of the Iraqi Commission for the elections or to undermine its credibility.

Last summer, Maliki tried to dismiss the Commission by Parliament, and the attempt failed. Going back to that time, he plans to get the support of only a number as the fingers of the hand of deputies from outside the coalition of state law. Today tried to do the exile but was denied by the Kurds and the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council. Moqtada al-Sadr offered a scathing criticism recently for his claims the owners of the deal "authoritarianism" of the owners with the arrest of members of the Iraqi Commission for the elections. For his part, the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi continues to push for alternatives to the owners - although most of them remain unconstitutional, including the idea that the Shiites can Moavqt only switch on the dismissal of Prime Minister without the ministry as a whole. But here perhaps lies the main obstacle: it speaks of the Kurds and the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council of roughly about the isolation of al-Maliki in these days, even though he did not Ihfloa much whether they will win the battle in the Iraqi parliament, a topic that requires approval of two thirds of Representatives (as happened yesterday, with 197 deputies on the basis reports to administrators). And requires the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister a parliamentary majority of 163 deputies and the forces of anti-owners are required to achieve some important considerations before they arrive to this level. The al-Maliki visited Iran on Sunday for the advice, and apparently what he does on the subject of the border with Syria. It may be under pressure in Iraq, but it accounted for just another important topic is likely to lead to the dispersal of his enemies: is the meeting of the five plus one with Iran in Baghdad and is now due on 23 Maes said.