Iraq: We will not attend the national conference and will not repeat the experience of a failed dozens of times

27/04/2012 11:19

Baghdad, April 27 (Rn) - The Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi Friday that the time is not ministering everyone and wisdom required to return to the application of decisions past political (agreements Arbil) are shown not to repeat the experience she described as "failed" causing later popular discontent.

Iraq refused to participate in the Preparatory Committee meeting which was held last Tuesday at the invitation of President Jalal Talabani, only after the application of Maliki's coalition led by five terms in the agreements Arbil.

He revealed yesterday, the National Alliance for the completion of the preparation of a draft working paper and the National Congress confirmed a meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the purpose of approving the draft and submitted to Talabani.

Hadi al-Zalmi spokesman for the National Accord Movement, led by Allawi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the Iraqi view that time is not all ministering It is wise to refer to the previous policy decisions, including not violate the Constitution Valaracah emphasize the aspects of the Constitutional Convention in Erbil."

Zalmi said that "Iraq will not attend the National Congress will not duplicate the experience of a failed dozens of times later caused resentment of the grassroots and the risk of political action."

He added by saying that "the issue (NCP) is seen by us as a time delay and failure to meet the hopes and delusional and false ... We Astratna declaration of state law to initiate the application of vocabulary agreements Arbil there are introductions to the National Conference."

The Kurdistan Alliance has authorized the members of the Preparatory Committee of the National Alliance numbers and paper work of the Conference National after the rejection of the Iraqi List, to come to the meeting.

The Preparatory Committee for the National Conference has eight meetings to reach a consolidated working paper says that Iraq's failure to approve the paper proof of the repudiation of the agreements.

The political crisis erupted between coalition and Iraqi rule of law against the backdrop of the issuance of an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, a leader in the Iraqi List, for his support of "terrorism" which was rejected by the latter, who described the judiciary as "politically motivated".

Talabani urged last week, the Preparatory Committee on the need to finish its work as soon as the United Nations commented on the success of the conference hopes to get out of the national political crisis.

And spin differences between the three blocks are the head of the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance and the coalition in Iraq on the management of the state plus its agreements and the issues of Arbil Hashemi and al-Mutlaq.