Deputy for the rule of law: no alternative to Maliki, but Maliki himself

Published on Tuesday, 15 May 2012 07:02
BAGHDAD / With: MP for the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod that some parties from the list of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance does not appeal to them a stable government, noting that no alternative to Maliki for the rule of law.
Chihod said in an interview with the correspondent of news agency the future, said Tuesday that "some parties from the list of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance does not appeal to them to build a stable government and state institutions, but they want a weak Iraq and a weak government to do what they want."
The Chihod "that there is no alternative to Maliki, but Maliki himself, can not be changed, especially at this time for his great services and a variety of the country, pointing to the right of a coalition of state law to know what the real Alaspaba behind the request of some parties."
The country has seen political crises multiple between a coalition of state law on the one hand and the Iraqi List and the Kurds and the Sadr movement, on the other and to the extent of demanding the withdrawal of confidence from the President of the current government Nuri al-Maliki if he failed to implement agreements Erbil, which came in a letter sent by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the President of the Alliance Ibrahim Select the Jaafari (17 May 2012) the deadline for the implementation of these conventions or the direction to withdraw confidence from the government. / End


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