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Iraqi leaders at a meeting in Arbil


but blocks parliamentary participation in the coalition government, which is often described as "fragile", most notably the list ( Iraqi) and (Kurdistan Alliance), in recent months stepped up public criticism of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who heads the (a coalition of state law) because of what they saw as reluctance in implementing the terms of that agreement which included commitments to achieving the principle of partnership. In last April, he joined (the Sadrists), a leading parties (National Alliance), which includes Maliki's bloc to his critics through the personal involvement of the leader of the movement of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in a meeting in Arbil, with the head of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, the head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi and leader mass of the (Iraqi) Ayad Allawi. It was reported that this meeting resulted in a letter to al-Maliki and included the option to withdraw confidence from the current government during the 15 days that did not stop what he described as a policy of domination in the decision. In a report on this development, according to Reuters news agency that the letter signed on April 28 identified eight demands to be implemented by 13 May to ensure the support of four leaders of the Maliki government. He quoted the letter that, in the event of refusal to abide by the principles and frameworks Erbil agreement will take practical steps within a period not exceeding 15 days to conduct a vote of confidence in the government. It was reported that the letter called on the government to stop interfering in the work of the security forces and the work of Parliament and included a paragraph criticizing the tyranny in the decision. The application also asked not to take over the prime minister has served for more than two terms retroactively. Western media report also referred to this letter in the context of an analysis of the Iraqi political scene.According to a report published by the newspaper (Financial Times) The Financial Times of London Tuesday under the title "Iraq: ambitious Unique" by Michael Bell Michael Peel, many analysts point out that al-Maliki, who faces criticism for what is described as "tendencies of an authoritarian" busy during the period years, "concentrating power in the country to the extent that started mentions some era of Saddam Hussein." the newspaper quoted his critics, including members of his coalition government, that al-Maliki, who is also commander in chief of the armed forces and controls the defense and interior ministries has achieved so "during a political maneuver ingenious and Brokerage power and use the law to harass dissidents, "as she put it. For further analysis and comment on the reported daily London salient regarding the current political scene in Iraq, conducted an interview with a former member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Judge Wael Abdul Latif, who told Radio Free Iraq, "We We seek to mature democracy and the gravity of the political process in the country and therefore we can see serious steps in this direction. but noted sadly that after the departure of the Americans, specifically a few months seemed political forces reluctant and contradictory and incoherent and live in Benha a crisis of confidence in a very large, although most of them participated in the government, represented in many of the institutions of the state ...... ", he said. In the interview that you have made ​​over the phone and can be heard in the audio file attachment, Abdel-Latif responded to a question about the criticism concerning the focus of power or monopoly of one individual or one-party decision-making and their implications for the democratic process in Iraq. In the context of his answer, he pointed to the existence of "multiple parties and multiple components in the country," adding that "despite his record of Prime Minister, it is not possible to record all the achievements of the individual as long as it is democracy, democracy for all, and as long as the political process for all political forces Valmndz is for all those forces that capture and highlight the personal one in political life is very dangerous, and leads to the slides serious, "according to his opinion. For his part, said MP Abdul Hadi al-Hassani, a member of (a coalition of state law) that "the National Alliance coherent is still present and strong and feels that the candidate al-Maliki is the strongest for the leadership of the current stage ... and there is a desire in the advancement of the reality of government of national partnership through consensus or consensus Erbil other, so no fear of a change in the reality of the coalition's position or change in the level of prime minister .... ". As the leader of the current Sadrist MP Bahaa al-Araji, has made ​​it clear in his response to a question by Radio Free Iraq that the current which was "in the past years focused on the output of the occupier is now seeking to correct the course of the Iraqi political process." And Assaf that the Sadrist movement "is still part of the National Alliance and stick to it," pointing out that the letter addressed to the government invites them to end the dispute within fifteen days. In a column published under the title " early elections or coups orchestrated ..? , "wrote Dean Graduate School of Journalism at the University of Baghdad, Dr. Hashim Hassan in the newspaper (the East) Iraq says "We must first recognize that the country is witnessing an unprecedented struggle for power is no less dangerous for military coups taking place in the world ..... and perhaps the price of this conflict is very serious bill pay the average citizen and the future of the country and the movement of reconstruction swing between the absence of plans and quotas and thieves corruption and result in instability and chronic crises, electricity, unemployment, housing, and mismanagement and the collapse of the economy, not so on the rise of the dollar and the falling value of the dinar. " and added: "We ask you to call elections early activation of democracy and resolving the crisis political morality, which has become after the use of external agendas or is it a bloodless coup intended to confirm the dominance of the largest power on the entire scene, while keeping the same names, addresses and symbols through the mechanism of the electoral list ....? " In his analysis of the political scene, said columnist Dr. Hashem Hassan of Radio Free Iraq idea by reference to a "lack of credibility and lack of confidence in some of the propositions of political," adding that "the Iraqi citizens and even a neutral observer become his experience through the intensification of crisis that the logos large flying such as defense of democracy or the fear of dictatorship but posed some of the parties with a view political maneuvering or gains access to ... ", according to his opinion.


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