Close to Maliki: National Alliance would respond to a request to replace al-Maliki rejected
22/05/2012 10:42

Baghdad, May 22 (Rn) - A close aide to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday that the National Alliance Christab on the request made by some parties to replace the Alliance candidate for prime minister, indicating that the response will be rejected as a response the previous application.

The MP for the Iraqi Hussein Shaalan, said in a statement to the newspaper term, Baghdad on Sunday (5/20/2012), "The Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr insisted in the meeting of the leaders in Najaf, to set a deadline of one week to the National Alliance to end the political crisis unresolved, and the answer to the letter of the leaders of Erbil meeting "and said," The lesson is not in the limit as far as carried by the other party of good intentions out of the crisis. "

Meanwhile, announced the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, that the agreement on the rejection of dictatorship and autocracy, the better the results of the meeting of representatives of blocs and parties in Najaf.

Izzat al-Shabandar, a senior leader of the coalition of state law, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the National Alliance, received a letter on the replacement of the four leaders Maliki, a bound (National Alliance) will respond to the message as replied to the previous message."

Shabandar said that "the answer would be to refuse the application also rejected the previous request, who made it."

He continued explaining that "the rejection would be all the components of the National Alliance, except for the Sadrists."
The chest is a senior leader and has 40 seats in the House of Representatives recently criticized the political and approved by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in dealing with its partners.

The Iraqi List, FD revealed the delivery of the National Alliance to a formal request signed by four leaders of the al-Maliki to replace another candidate of the National Alliance and the Alliance has given a week to offer an alternative.

The request to replace al-Maliki after the end of the 15-day deadline given in Arbil, the second message to the Prime Minister to implement the decisions of the meeting.

The four political parties that the time limit expired did not notice any response or initiate any of the decisions and the second sheet of Arbil.

And Article (61) of the Constitution mechanisms of withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister in two ways The request filed by the President of the Republic by the confidence of the Prime Minister or the House of Representatives, at the request of five (fifth) of its members to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister, may not be to submit this request except after an interpellation addressed to the Prime Minister and after at least seven days after the request, decide the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister by an absolute majority of its members.

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