Independent deputies of "state law": ready to vote to withdraw confidence from the Maliki
Posted 14/05/2012 08:07 PM

BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"
told the independent deputies within the coalition, "state law" counterparts in parliamentary blocs in other they are ready to vote to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

and said a parliamentary source connected to contacts has recently with the independent deputies in the "coalition of al-Maliki," The last two "have shown their willingness to vote to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, especially after the escalation of strong calls within the National Alliance in this direction, provided that the vote is secret and across devices robotics in order to ensure the survival of their identities secret, for fear of punitive measures against them from the forces and agencies loyal to Prime Minister."

Maliki announced the formation of his coalition before the 2010 elections

The source told the "squares of liberation" that "a number of independent MPs in the" state law "and arrived at the conviction that the content of the letter of Mr. Sadr, very seriously, and that the Sadrists, who swung the balance-Maliki as prime minister are now talking openly about the need to change, and that this view is no longer Sdria According within the National Alliance, but in line with other forces. "
It is known that 3 MPs from the "state law" withdrew from it after naming the prime minister Nuri al-Maliki, who are Mr. Jaafar Mohammed Baqir al-Sadr, son of the founder of the Dawa Party and an inspiring spiritual, and who did not withdraw from the coalition and by, but resigned from his parliamentary protest against the way that moving the political process and the nature of the formation of institution of parliament and the government and the Presidency of the Republic, and MP Safia al-Suhail, which selected after its withdrawal from the "state law" to stay in parliament deputy independent, and MP Jawad Albzona who preferred to stay in the National Alliance independent deputies .