Araji's (long): "National" did not respond to the message of the meeting will not nominate an alternative
On: Wednesday 5/9/2012 8:38

Baghdad / Muhannad Jawad
said the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said that "the parties which met in Erbil last month, is ready for dialogue and resolve the crisis," as he emphasized the head of the Liberal Bahaa al-Araji, a mass that emphasizes the Government Reform and State Building will nominate the Prime Minister of an alternative, and the coalition National did not want to date on the message the leaders who met in Erbil.

Sadr said in his response to a question from one of his followers about his opinion the position of the parties, which met last month in Arbil to resolve the crisis, and whether they are ready for dialogue "These parties are ready for dialogue and resolve the crisis," and pointed to the message carried by the meeting of Irbil to the National Alliance and author of nine points as evidence.
The leader of the Sadrist movement, "Yes, they also have Julohna this and what the paper with nine points, but a campaign of the brothers gathered in Kurdistan to the brethren of the National Alliance, May God about their point of view for our beloved Iraq."
he said in reply the second question on the reasons for his visit to Kurdistan, and if the invitation came from al-Maliki to intervene between him and the Kurds, "No, it is Egypt on his position," a reference to al-Maliki. For his part, President of the "block free" Bahaa al-Araji, "The National Alliance has not shown up to now on the message leaders extended by them to him after their meeting in Arbil," and that after nearly a week from the deadline given to the Alliance for the implementation of the points announced by the leaders. They said in connection with the "long" "The National Alliance continues to study the response regarding the points raised by the leaders of the first row at their meeting in Arbil."
He explained that "these points and two-week was addressed to the National Alliance as the ruling coalition was not directed to the person of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "
and on the confidence of the Maliki government in the event of failed coalition in the implementation of these points, said al-Araji said that "block free wish any there be reforms in the work of the government before anything, especially with regard to points in the first seven of the initiative of leaders and related reforms government, including the building of the Iraqi state and the independence of the judiciary and independent bodies and end file security ministries and provide services to citizens and others. " With regard to block free alternative candidate for al-Maliki in the event of withdrawal of confidence with him explained that "the cleric al-Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr was clear in this matter when he declared not to be prime minister of the mass of free men."
and denied al-Araji, that "the National Alliance had reached to nominate its President Ibrahim al-Jaafari, an alternative candidate for al-Maliki, "said that" the political forces within the coalition have not been studied or addressed this topic so far. " And that "free mass was determined to implement the decision of the leaders at a meeting of leaders of Arbil, especially in relation to the reforms that serve the interests of the people and end the political crisis."