Monday 7 May 2012
Liberal slowed Maliki up to 17 of this month and begin procedures to withdraw, but his confidence

BAGHDAD - and babysit -confirmed that the Liberal block nine points agreed upon by the participants in the consultative meeting in Arbil is still in force, adding that "the countdown to the deadline {15} day began and will end in {17} of this month."The MP for the rule of law, Haitham al-Jubouri, had confirmed yesterday, through the media, said the leader of Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr has ordered the freezing of his letter, which was submitted to the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari contained nine paragraphs.The MP said Ali al-Timimi told a news conference that "the Liberal bloc denied what some of the media today on news that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr has ordered the freezing of five-year initiative that started from Erbil."He noted that "points the nine agreed to by the participants in the consultative meeting in Arbil are still valid and the time that I talked about the point VIII to give notice {15} days if it does not respond to the government to these demands and the points will be put to the National Alliance, and then followed by measures to withdraw confidence from the government." .Tamimi said that "thinking to withdraw confidence from the government will be in accordance with Article {61} of the Iraqi Constitution in the application of these terms and that we believe the terms of popular legal and constitutional.""The countdown began from the day the message delivered by Mr. Yacoubi Moqtada al-Sadr, however, to the National Alliance, which was agreed by the meeting in Arbil and will end on {17} of this month."He pointed out that al-Tamimi, "so far did not want to us an official response from the National Alliance on accepting or rejecting the nine points, it must be a response by the President of the National Alliance or the Prime Minister.



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