Baghdad, May 13 / May The Liberal parliamentary bloc on Sunday that the time period of 15 days that have been identified in the paper last Arbil not designed to implement all of the demands of intent, but their acceptance and commitment to its implementation by the mass of the National Alliance.

Being President Jalal Talabani, who is in his residence in Baghdad a series of meetings to contain the political crisis in the country within the framework of a tendency to convergence of views between the major political blocs by the end of this week when the deadline of 15 days.

The head of the bloc Bahaa al-Araji, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the paper Arbil submitted to the National Alliance where the condition and the condition is clear and the deadline of 15 days and this period did not target the implementation of all demands Some need time and others are solved in 15 minutes."

Araji said, "We want to accept what is stated in the paper and the Declaration of intention not to implement the commitment of al-Maliki because the paper is submitted to the National Alliance and the latter is responsible for Maliki's nomination and the formation of the government."

He continued saying that al-Araji, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is still the National Alliance candidate for the position and we believe that the problems of Iraq has not reduced to paper, all of Arbil, but the key to solving all problems."

And threatened the Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the President of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi, House Speaker Osama Najafi in Arbil meeting held in late April last April to withdraw confidence from the Maliki has not stopped the policy of "domination" in the decision-making.

The leaders agreed in a letter to the four eight demands to be implemented by 17 May to ensure the current support for the Maliki government.

The letter says that in case of refusal to abide by the principles and frames of this agreement will take practical steps within a period not exceeding 15 days to conduct a vote of confidence in the government.

Maliki said that "the meeting of Irbil attempt to end the meeting (conference) National ... some who were at the meeting from which they want to target a particular person" in reference to the person.