Deadline for the owners of the chest was close to the end and the Coalition looking for a way out and have a point of contention mandate of the Prime Minister

Wednesday, May 16 / May 2012 12:19


[Baghdad - where] Report Kazem Atwani .. and put a message conveyed by Erbil cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the National Alliance, the political body of the Alliance in a difficult situation, especially after the deadline of 15 days ending-running tomorrow to meet the demands contained in the.
In spite of a National Alliance for the lengthy meeting yesterday, the first lasted for an hour late but failed to find a way out of the deadline set by the Sadrists and the rule of law in great embarrassment.
And included a message of Arbil nine points, including the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the event of non-implementation of the nine points were agreed upon at the meeting Quintet in Arbil, which was attended by President Jalal Talabani and parliament speaker Osama Najafi and President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Iyad Allawi's Iraqi List, and there was the apparent absence of a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki and the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council which is headed by Ammar al-Hakim.
It is scheduled to be held this evening, the National Alliance, an expanded meeting of all members of the blocks that fall when the house of Ibrahim Jaafari, President of the Alliance in order to reach a solution on the topic of a meeting of Erbil.
A source from within the National Alliance, told all of Iraq [where] what was discussed at the meeting of the National Alliance for the first night and will be completed tonight.
The source said that "the message of Arbil was reduced to one point which is what will be discussed tonight and this point is to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister only two sessions and stuck between the Sadrist movement and the vision of this requirement of state law to be unconstitutional dispute raged between them."
"The State of Law coalition between the last meeting that its leader, Nouri al-Maliki's unwilling to renew his mandate for a third session, a place so it can undertake by the Sadrist movement refused to be the case the undertaking and must be enacted by law and shall be retroactive and this was rejected by the leaders of the rule of law by asserting that the Constitution did not provide for the mandate of Prime Minister. "
And supports the proposal of the Iraqi National Coalition of the mandate of the Prime Minister two sessions.
According to political analyst Ahmad White only way out of the current crisis is to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister two sessions.
He said in an interview, White told [Wayne] believed that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will not show any flexibility of the direction of the current crisis, after the time limit for his government and that the only solution is to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister two sessions.
White said that "the only way out of the current crisis is to accept the rule of law, establishing the mandate of Prime Minister only two sessions and this is what will satisfy the rest of the political parties and solve the current crisis and push blocks to reverse the decision to withdraw confidence from Maliki's government."
He added: "If you do not succeed, the political blocs to collect a sufficient number of votes of no confidence for the current government For Maliki to form a new government, far from the existing political blocs.
And escalated political allusions and invitations to withdraw confidence from Maliki's government, especially after the co-cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the consultative meeting held on 28 April, in Arbil.
He said Kurdish lawmaker's decision to withdraw confidence from Maliki's government is not excluded and included.
A member of the Kurdistan Alliance, Rose's Mahdi [Wayne] "The decision to withdraw confidence from the government of Nouri al-Maliki is not excluded in the event of expiry of the period granted to them without responding to the paper claims submitted two weeks ago."
Mehdi said that "the state law that changed the political approach in the management of the country and its dealings with other political blocs and not its monopoly power and only the option of no confidence will be by consensus among all the blocks after the end of the period granted to them on Thursday."
He noted that "a coalition of state law imagined as capable of drawing the political map of the country, forgetting that Iraq is made up of several denominations and sects, religions and so must be the principle of consensus and genuine partnership is the basis to build the next phase."
However, state law reduced the possibility of resorting to withdraw confidence from the government, describing it impossible.
And confirmed member of a coalition of state law Saad Muttalibi that "the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki at the present time is impossible because it enjoys considerable support from most of the politicians."
Logistical and said to [Wayne] "The question of withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki is unlikely because of the support enjoyed by most of the politicians from inside and outside the National Alliance.
From a legal point of view, the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki needs more than half of the total members of the House of Representatives.
Where the said legal expert Tariq Harb, "is legally withdraw confidence from the government in the current case to question the prime minister in particular matters where the dispute in the case convinced the House of Representatives shall then withdraw confidence from the government."
He said the war's [where] he was "required to withdraw approval of confidence of 163 deputies out of 325 deputies, more than half the members of the House of Representatives and this is what can not be achieved in the current circumstances because of the positions of the political blocs."
He said that "in the event of withdrawal of confidence from the government are all ministers and deputy prime ministers resigned, and is considered a caretaker government."
Also, the Electoral Commission for elections confirmed the unwillingness at present to hold new elections.
An official source in the Commission's [where] he was "in case of no-confidence for the current government must prepare for the coming period would be without a government or a caretaker government."
"It requires at least 9 months to prepare for general elections."
While I expected Iraqi Deputy for the National Alliance candidates to provide replacements for al-Maliki as a solution to the crisis.
He said a meeting with MP's pink [where] the "National Alliance will present alternative candidates for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during the next two days after the end of the grace period given to his government, which will end on Thursday."

"It is likely that the issue of the National Alliance during the next couple of days a substitute for al-Maliki after the deadline given to his government for not responding to the demands presented to him in a paper meeting of Irbil."
She said if "al-Maliki continued to pursue its current policy and the same uniqueness to power, the option of withdrawal of confidence from the government is the appropriate solution, to rid the country of the current crisis being experienced by the formation of a national partnership is built on the basis of correct."
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