Tripartite meeting in Baghdad between al-Jaafari and Maliki and Hakim declares match their views on recent developments

Thursday, May 31 / May 2012 23:48

[Baghdad - where]

Held three of the leaders of the Iraqi National Alliance meeting in Baghdad this evening announced the match and their views on recent developments and emphasized the adoption of the Constitution and Save the obligations of the alliance.
Was held at the headquarters of the Iraqi National Alliance meeting included the President of the Iraqi National Alliance, Dr. Ibrahim al-Jaafari and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim.

At the end of the meeting gave the Jaafari issued a statement in the presence of al-Maliki and al-Hakim said: "We met today and deliberated on Iraq in the light of the latest developments have met with the views were identical on the importance of following up all matters and developments and map the correct constructive to move Iraq toward the future path of upward.
He said al-Jaafari, saying:"The focus on the need for adoption of the Constitution and through the mechanism of the coalition and sent a coalition to save his obligations with the rest of alliances both with all the forces also studied all the proposals and papers, letters and the involvement of all the brothers in the Iraqi political process, especially as they journeyed from the stage of the opposition to the phase rule without one exception.
He announced Jaafari they determined that communicate with everyone and said, "We believe that the mentality that seemed to all of us and through our understanding of the nature of the message, which included many points will be covered by God Almighty to bypass this situation and pointed out stretched ahead of us and it was agreed the brothers that there are a lot of things are broken It can be through the activation of the Constitution, including moving the production side, construction, and so we keep the new Iraqi state and the balance between the executive and the legislature and the judiciary and to give rights to all political forces. / End