Coalition to Allawi: confidence signatures exceeded 200 including a cluster Al-Maliki

He said the Iraqi coalition led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi said Thursday that the number of deputies who voted in favour of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki signed them exceeded 200 deputies from bloc State law.
And in the meantime Iraq is mobility to Iraqi leaders caught in the no-confidence motion against Maliki option for resolving the current crisis in particular and the Kurds and Iraqi coalition comrades.
Critics of Al-Maliki that the latter did not abide by agreements and deadlines granted him to raise his hand on the uniqueness of decisions and met several times for talks to agree on a common formula that could eventually pave the vote cast under the dome of the Parliament's confidence in the Government.
According to Mason aldmlogi, spokeswoman for the coalition of Iraqi Kurdistan (aknews) news that the number of signatures which would vote in favour of the no-confidence motion against Maliki exceeded 200 "and is continuing to rise."
And participate in his Government, but critics of Al-Maliki view orientations similar to highlight policy largely non-dictatorship that Maliki supporters say their work in accordance with the legal framework and asked who they criticize him amend the Constitution which granted broad powers.
When asked whether the co-signer deputies from the coalition of State law, led by Al-Maliki said "Yes aldmlogi. There is no rule of law ".
Responding to a question on their number did not know the exact number and names. The number in the "rise".