Close to Maliki: Sadr's visit to Erbil wrong and would reject the "national"
Close to Maliki: Sadr's visit to Erbil wrong and would reject the "national" and his current side to the Alliance of Allawi and Barzani
May 4 (May) 2012
"Participation of the Sadr movement in the meeting of Irbil was the endeavor of the chest and I think it was to implicate the power to come to Erbil and are in a position to speak when a representative from Allawi and Barzani," adding that "the threat of withdrawal of confidence, if not carried out the contents of the message within the period stipulated in the order doomed to failure from the outset because the Sadrist movement or not assembled in Erbil are able to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "
Military: al-Sadr's visit to Arbil wrong and would reject a meeting of the National Alliance and the current j sided chest to Allawi and Barzani
Vice likely for a coalition of state law that comes out of the National Alliance meeting this evening to refuse to visit the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to Arbil and meeting some political leaders Saturday.
The MP said Sami al-Askari told all of Iraq [where] on Thursday that "the meeting of the National Alliance, which will be held this evening will reject during which visit the chest to Erbil as a step wrong and incorrect, as well as rejection of what came in the letter received by the coalition and carried by the delegate of the chest from what emerged from a meeting of Arbil ".
He added, "It is unfortunate that the Sadrist movement is biased to the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi and President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, without coordination with the National Alliance and that the breach of the coalition agreement and represents a threat to unity and that the meeting of the Alliance today will discuss the process this command to urge the power to correct his position."
He said the military to "Share the Sadrist movement in the meeting of Irbil was the endeavor of the chest and I think it was to implicate the power to come to Erbil and are in a position to speak when a representative from Allawi and Barzani," adding that "the threat of withdrawal of confidence, if not carried out the contents of the message within the period stipulated it is is doomed to fail from the outset because the Sadrist movement or not assembled in Erbil are able to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "
He pointed out that "the National Alliance, except for the Sadrists announced rejection of any notion of no-confidence and promote this in the meeting between Maliki and President of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim on Wednesday, not even the Sadrist movement is still in the position advertised so far in this regard." He described the MP for the coalition of state law that delivered the message of the meeting of Irbil to the National Alliance for the current crisis "Balgraybh and out of context, which works by the National Alliance."
He was the head of the Liberal parliamentary of the Sadrist movement Bahaa al-Araji said to [where] received the National Alliance message of the meeting of Irbil, including nine points on building state institutions and included the withdrawal of confidence from the government in the event of non-compliance with its articles through  days, and to be discussed at a meeting him this evening.
He added that "The message is delivered to the president of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who called today to hold a meeting at his home this evening and in the presence of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and a representative of a political bloc once part of the coalition to discuss this letter," adding that "the paragraphs of the letter was specifically commitment through 15 days to implement what his campaign or political parties will be compelled to withdraw confidence from the current government and find a substitute to be a government of national partnership. "
It was a meeting held in Arbil in the Kurdistan region in 28 of last April included President Jalal Talabani and parliament speaker Osama Najafi and President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the Iraqi leader Ayad Allawi discuss the current political crisis. The political scene rise significantly in the severity of the exchange of accusations, especially among the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, on the one hand and a coalition of state law on the other on several files concerning the management of the state and partnership in decision-making and file-oil and the issue of Vice President of the Republic required to eliminate Tariq al-Hashemi, the disputed areas and other files outstanding.