Sadrists hope to convene a meeting of the National Alliance before the deadline for paper Arbil

14/05/2012 11:30

Baghdad, May 14 (Rn) - The Sadrist parliamentary Monday that the media focused on the paragraph to withdraw confidence from the government paper Arbil, the second while she (the Sadrist bloc) focused on political reforms, expressing the hope that the alliance national meeting of its components before the 17 this month to discuss the paper Arbil.

And block free yesterday announced Sunday that the time limit 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.

It met last night with the Liberal block President Jalal Talabani in the latter part of the intensive interviews conducted in Baghdad to contain the political crisis.

The parties to find effective solutions and a process to overcome the problems and obstacles through resorting to the principles of the Constitution and the agreements and move on to the stage of completion of the state and its institutions in accordance with the partnership of national and constitutional balance. According to a statement posted on the presidency.

The head of the Liberal parliamentary bloc Bahaa al-Araji, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the media focused on the paragraph to withdraw confidence from the government of Arbil second paper, we focused on the first seven points in the paper relating to political reforms."
He explained that al-Araji, "Sadrist movement has hope that the National Alliance is able to hold a meeting of its components before the date of the 17th of this month to discuss the paper." He said.

And through al-Araji, a "mass care on the survival of the National Alliance, a unified and coherent way and that solved all the 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 ongoing 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.