Mr Chalabi's party says that the decision to withdraw confidence from the government is due exclusively to the National Alliance

Posted 01/06/2012 08:05 AM

Babinaoz (Reuters) - said the Iraqi National Congress headed by Ahmad Chalabi on Friday that the decision to withdraw confidence whether or not the current government is due to the mass of the National Alliance to mind in charge of forming the government, stressing that the rumors on the participation of its leader in the signatures to withdraw confidence from the government information is not accurate. A spokesman for the National Conference Mohammed al-Moussawi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the Iraqi National Congress is an integral part of the National Alliance and the position of the coalition's position in the no confidence resolution or not ... the decision is up to the coalition to be considered is of the form of government, not to meetings. " said Moussawi, that "the rumors about the post-Chalabi in the meetings of the withdrawal of confidence from the government inaccurate information did not make the conference a request to withdraw confidence from the government." "We do not allow others to looting the constitutional right to the National Alliance under any name or under any title." being blocks the Sadrists and the Iraqi and Kurdistan Alliance consultations in Arbil on the possibility of overthrowing the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki across all signatures by 164 votes in the House. He has called in a press statement all political parties to discuss all the problems the country's political in the context of the national meeting. and National Meeting One solution adopted by President Jalal Talabani, more than three months out of the political crisis, but political parties notably the Iraqi List, refused to attend to him.