State law: reject parliamentary assurances digital to remove al-Maliki, an
State law: we have to reject parliamentary assurances digital to remove al-Maliki, and we expect the withdrawal of government ministers
State of Law coalition said Friday that "most" of parliamentary blocs stand deduced from the withdrawal of confidence from the leader, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, if Maard in Parliament, while stressing that the National Alliance wants to complete the remaining life of the current government, expected the withdrawal of some ministers as leverage.
Iraqi politicians were unable to end the political crisis that erupted a day after the U.S. withdrawal at the end of last year, most notably the arrest warrant against Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of "terrorism" and the differences over oil between Arbil and Baghdad.
The MP said Ihsan al-Awadi's "Twilight News", that state law held a meeting on Thursday night, the most important recommendations that came out consistent with the objectives of the National Alliance, was also discussed papers Erbil, Najaf and eight points to the President.
According to Iraqi political forces that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has begun "unique" decisions, but the two meetings held last month in Erbil, Najaf, last week, did not Ihsma position blocs to agree on a common formula for the withdrawal of confidence from the government.
Al-Awadi said that the governors of some provinces belonging to the rule of law, attended the meeting and explained the impact of hurricanes on the political reality of services in their provinces.
He added that the National Alliance has a goal of this government to spend to the end of the electoral cycle, despite the expectation of state law that the pressure on the Maliki government will continue as if the withdrawal of some ministers.
With regard to the position of the Sadrists withdraw confidence from the government said that the current no matter how big it is a component of the National Alliance, and that he had a respectable Ray Froah but does not impose on the coalition.
He said that if things came to parliament to withdraw confidence from the Maliki "digitally, we are reassured of parking and the majority of the members of the Council against the withdrawal of confidence, even within the blocks, which calls for it."
And participates in the Maliki government and ministers in the coalition in Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance, but he faced criticism because of the policies considered by critics dictatorial approach.