Source: Barzani signatures will be presented to the House of Representatives Talabani today or tomorrow to withdraw confidence from the Maliki

Thursday, May 31 / May 2012 18:02

[Baghdad - where]
Plans to the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, to provide signatures of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to President Jalal Talabani today or tomorrow.
An informed source told all of Iraq [where] today that "Barzani will today or tomorrow to submit signatures of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the government of Maliki and Talabani, who will in turn provide them to the presidency of the parliament."
He added that Talabani had agreed at its meeting yesterday, a number of political leaders to request the withdrawal of confidence from the government of Maliki if he gathered from the collection of signatures [164] deputies, "noting that" this figure was exceeded because the Iraqi collected signatures [79] deputies, and the coalition Kurdistan is about to collect signatures [55] as well as Deputy Vice-block signatures to the Liberals and the amount of [40] vice. "
The Kurdistan region is witnessing a political movement that aims to contain the political crisis between the blocks, put part of the solutions to end the political crisis in the country to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after the deadlines pass Almmnouhtin to the National Alliance to be replaced.
Held on Wednesday, a meeting between leaders of political blocs included President Jalal Talabani and Kurdistan leader Massoud Barzani, the head of the list of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq and a delegation from the Sadrist movement in the resort of Dukan in Sulaymaniyah province of Kurdistan. "
Talabani said after the meeting he was "committed to the obligations incumbent upon the Constitution and reflects the higher interests of the country, and lead to national cohesion and re-activate the mechanisms that promote the democratic process."
While detecting the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the promise of the political blocs, according to a statement to complete the [164] votes in the House of Representatives if they collected the blocks [124] votes to withdraw confidence from Maliki, "adding that" not affected the country in chaos possible in the event achieved.
The political scene marked an escalation in the severity of the exchange of accusations, especially among the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, on the one hand and a coalition of state law on the other hand, several files concerning the management of the state and partnership in decision-making and file-oil and other things. 26id%3D39804:2012-05-31-14-35-19%26catid%3D41:2011-04-08-17-27-21%26Itemid%3D86