Parliamentary bloc say that Allawi's coalition, "impersonating" signatures to withdraw confidence from the Maliki
31/05/2012 20:06

Erbil, May 31 / May (Rn) - The Iraqi bloc free Thursday that the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi Bkied "impersonating" signatures of deputies in an attempt to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

Iyad Allawi The bloc said in a statement e-mailed to reporters he was "a shame that some members of parliament from the Iraqi List, instead of signing their colleagues on the paper to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki as if the fate of the country can be manipulated easily by the jar through the pen behind the scenes."
They pointed out that "this method is cheap is not related to political ethics, as well as he disregard the will of the Iraqi people, who give their votes to those of Representatives It is surprising that you get such a dangerous violations in broad daylight and in a country like Iraq."
She said that "the MPs who have been impersonating signatures will begin to file lawsuits against those he signed in his place" and added that he should Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, "not taking signatures of the existing Iraqi legal and constitutional considerations as the protector of the Constitution."