Sadr's pledge during a meeting with leaders of political blocs to complete the necessary votes to secure the dismissal of al-Maliki (French)
Said Iraqi political forces it seeks to get the necessary votes of parliament to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki , at the time ruled out the leader of Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr, the possibility of chaos in Iraq in the event of no-confidence. This comes at a time when the Court refused to consider the issue of Baghdad, Tariq al-Hashemi , Iraqi Vice President request for a lawyer to listen to the testimonies of senior officials in the state.
And needs no confidence in the Maliki government to the voices of half plus one of the number of seats in parliament's 325 deputies, and the Kurdistan Alliance MP said Farhad Atrushi Iraqi President Jalal Talabani , agreed to put no confidence in insurance, provided 164 signatures of deputies.
The leaders of a number of political blocs, including Talabani and Iraqi Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani , President of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi , and the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, and Saleh al-Mutlaq, the Deputy Prime Minister, in the resort of Dukan meeting to search for a way out of the political crisis in the country.
Talabani said after the meeting that he is committed to the obligations incumbent upon the Constitution, and reflect the interests of the country's top, and leads to restore national cohesion and activation of mechanisms that promote the democratic process.
The meeting was preceded by a bilateral meeting closed between Talabani and Barzani to consult on the political crisis in Iraq and ways out of it.
For his part, Sadr has promised political blocs of votes required to complete insurance in the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from Maliki that if claimants collection of political blocs 124 votes, and needs no confidence to the voices of half plus one of the number of seats in parliament's 325 deputies.
He ruled out the chest of a mess in case of withdrawal of confidence from Maliki's government. In response to a question by one of his followers on the statements of some MPs State of Law coalition, headed by al-Maliki about the occurrence of chaos in Iraq in the event of withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister that "the supreme goal and the ultimate is to keep Iraq and its people safe and secure victoriously live in peace and safety."
He added that "the withdrawal of Iifah Maliki can not be a prelude to chaos and especially that this procedure a constitutional democratic" and "Is democracy means chaos?".