National Coalition fails to agree on a response on the request to replace Maliki
24/05/2012 10:12

Baghdad, May 24 / May (Rn) - did not work one of the leaders of the National Coalition National Alliance, the Shiite yesterday during a meeting to agree on a common position on the response to a request to replace Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki last alternative candidate of the coalition itself.

Said Mohammed al-Moussawi, spokesman for National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi, "The National Coalition held a meeting yesterday of its components to discuss the political crisis and the meeting focused on important issues, including strengthening the role of the National Alliance, led by the political process and to insist that the issue of replacing the Prime Minister whether or not the right alliance and not to allow any party intervene it. "

He told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the conferees stressed that the solution to the political crisis should be subject to constitutional facts."

When asked about the Coalition's position on whether or not to replace al-Maliki that "the National Alliance is the most complex composition of a coalition of state law and is not easy to agree on this matter."

Revealed a coalition of state law for a meeting during the next two days of the components of the National Alliance for the Unification of positions on the current political crisis.

The National Alliance has confirmed receipt of a request signed by four leaders are the Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani, leader of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the President of the House of Representatives asking him to Osama al-Maliki's nomination for a replacement to head the government.

The request came after the 15 deadline day given four leaders of the prime minister Nuri al-Maliki to carry out a political penitentiaries in the country.

Among the parties claim-Maliki is the replacement of the Sadrist movement, which is a component of the national oath, and the face of its leader, Moqtada al-Sadr's recent criticism of the policy adopted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in dealing with its partners.

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