Representatives of Hakim's party left the meeting the "national" in protest, and a sharp debate between Maliki and the Sadrists on the message-Sadr and the Iranians had entered on the line of fire
May 5 (May) 2012

The representatives of the "Supreme Islamic Council," left the meeting shortly after the start when they found that the leader of the "state of the law," Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, President of the Alliance supported by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, "wanted the two communities signed a blank check authorized by the current crisis management approach to private sector."


Representatives of the "Supreme Council" Hall left the meeting, "National Alliance" yesterday and waved to the Sadrists for the owners to withdraw confidence from it

Science site "squares of liberation" from a source involved in the meeting of the "National Alliance" yesterday evening that the representatives of the "Supreme Islamic Council," left the meeting shortly after the start when they found that the leader of the "state of the law," Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki supported by the alliance president Ibrahim al-Jaafari, "he wanted of the two communities signed a blank check authorized by the current crisis management approach to private sector. "

The source explained that "the meeting, which began the ninth evening ended in the second dawn, saw the undecided constant between Maliki and representatives of the Sadrist movement who insisted on a thorough discussion of the message the current leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, and included a time limit-standing two weeks to resolve outstanding issues and the announcement of government's commitment to detail, including mention of plans to improve services provided to the Iraqis, as well as ending the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil, and only crisis is going to withdraw confidence from the government. " He was the head of the Liberal representative of the Sadrist movement in parliament, Baha al-Araji, stressed in a statement yesterday that "the prime minister a representative of the National Alliance and not the National Alliance, representing the Prime Minister," referring to an attempt by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to dominate the positions of the coalition chosen for the job now. To that same source said that "the Iranians Dkhalo on the line of the differences in the" Alliance "and the delegation met with them before the start of the meeting with the President of the Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari, and assured him of the need to rally around al-Maliki and his support."

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