Alfalh: National Alliance confirmed its commitment to Maliki's government and the national meeting

Published on Tuesday, 15 May 2012 08:40
BAGHDAD / With: A member of the Iraqi National Alliance on Alfalh, Tuesday, that the meeting confirmed its commitment to the coalition government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called on all parties to focus on a national meeting.
The Alfalh Tuesday that "the meeting of the National Alliance, which was held yesterday was a regular meeting discussed the overall political reality stressed its commitment to meet the national and the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and ask everyone to abide ceiling constitutional and respect for agreements and non-escalation and lack of focus on the points of difference and leaving it to the meeting of the National" .
"The Alliance hopes that all parties to focus on the national meeting and attendance to discuss all problems frankly," noting that "the initiative of the President of the Republic to hold a national meeting is a major initiative."
He said MP for the coalition of state law that "the National Alliance renewed confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Bmndzh and that he is very popular in the Iraqi street and should be working with him for the success of the current government of national partnership." And the holding of the National Alliance, the largest parliamentary blocs, a meeting of the whole political Monday night at the home of President Ibrahim al-Jaafari to discuss the political crisis three days before the deadline for the leader of the Sadrist movement of the Alliance to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister, if not carried out his demands, but the meeting which was attended by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in contrast the expected results did not come out publicly. He said a brief statement issued by the Office of the al-Jaafari, the dawn of Tuesday, "held the political body of the Iraqi National Alliance their regular meeting in the office of its president, Dr. Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the presence of representatives of all the blocks were part of the coalition pm Monday 14/5/2012."
The statement added: "During the meeting, trading in the existing political situation and review of bilateral meetings witnessed by the recent political scene, has also been an exchange of views on what came in a meeting Erbil out a unified position about it." (Finished)


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