Sadr told al-Maliki: Remember bias for Nokia Alabhfez Iraq does not go away they are his people and peoples remain
Saturday, 05 May / May 2012 15:20

[Najaf - where]Addressing the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying "Remember the Nokia bias, but to save Iraq and that his government Abhfez people to forget the blood of the martyrs, and that governments Sadrain go away and keep people."Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers as to whether his visit to the Kurdistan region and sitting with some of the leaders "hostile" to the government when in multiples of the common, "Iraq and because of governmental actions personal Altferdih dictatorship has become a political crisis difficult stifling led all parties to Altsarat political to Aheselh of which only hurt the Iraqi people and times of Shiism, which has become a friendship Aihzy Akradhm and Sunnis of Iraq. ""And until he became the Shiites alone in the Iraqi arena that subjects it to the risk of political isolation or risk exclusivity dictatorship, which was the cause of the fall of the destructive and kept Altsenn for bias and vice Vdroua to those Mufsdtan sought to strengthen relations Shiite Sunni and Shiite Kurdish so to speak."He said al-Sadr "and the signature of the Convention on the same points nine logical do not conflict and Shariah and national rules of the Holy," adding, "The object of my address to the brother-Maliki, who made the save Shiism target him??!! [To save the Shiites for Nokia, but to save Iraq and save it to Nokia, but to save factions of his government Abhfez people did not tack one day politics and governments are common preservatives, and invite him to forget the blood of the martyrs Sadrain [Jerusalem] and generally disappear governments and peoples, religions and remain above the factions and unite. "The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr may Zarerbal in the Kurdistan region in 28 of last April, attended a meeting of President Jalal Talabani and parliament speaker Osama Najafi and President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, the head of the Iraqi National List Ayad Allawi to discuss the current political crisis.The Antkadd MP for the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari visit al-Sadr, calling it "a step wrong and incorrect," stressing that "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 the unity.The head of the Liberal parliamentary bloc of the Sadrist movement said Bahaa al-Araji's [where] the National Alliance, received a message from 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 [15] days.There have been differences at a meeting of National Alliance on Thursday between the representatives of the Sadrist movement in mass of the Liberal Parliamentary Committee and the representatives of a coalition of state law, who demanded that the out meeting to support the Government headed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, which was rejected by representatives of the Liberals and demanded that adopts the meeting and supported the program announced by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on the current political crisis and made up of [18] point, "he withdrew from the meeting, the representative of the Supreme Council because of the presence of five, representing a coalition of state law contrary to what was agreed upon to get one representative of each block.In a surprise move announced on Saturday, a deputy coalition of state law is the MP Hassan Sinead, in a statement sent to the Agency all of Iraq [where] the best solution to political problems the list is the solution of the current parliament and hold early elections and the .
elections were the early demand of the Iraqi list, which believes that Maliki and his list will not the win