Mohsen Saadoun: Failed national meeting on the blocks requires a meeting of the three presidencies

26/04/2012 PM - 5:25 p.m. | Hits: 3






Said the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohsen Saadoun said not to hold a national meeting is necessary for the political blocs to respond to calls for efforts to convene a meeting of the three presidencies and the leaders of political blocs.

It was scheduled to hold national meeting on the fifth of this April but not complete the Preparatory Committee for its agenda if it was postponed without further notice.

Sadoun said told News} {Euphrates that "the failure of a national meeting emphasizes the need to convene a meeting of the three presidencies and the leaders of political blocs and who has become something very essential to resolving the political differences that took the broad day by day."

And dominates the political landscape of the country some of the differences between the political blocs, especially the Iraqi List, and a coalition of state law because of some files, such as ministries and other security.

Sadoun said that "the political blocs not to allow the survival of the political scene suffer under the weight differences among the political blocs of power and the fact that it reflected negatively on the reality of the Iraqi people."

The al-Sadoun, "the need to address the political blocs to their differences seriously and search for solutions as soon as the service of the best interest of the country."

And dominates the political arena a state of crisis in the relations between the political blocs, especially among a coalition of state law and the Iraqi List, because of some files, such as ministries of security and the strategic policies and the issues of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, and the relations between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government has recently great tension on the back of harboring Kurdish Hashemi and also because of the file unlike oil which is witnessing widely between Arbil and Baghdad


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