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    "Maliki's coalition," Jaafari cost to urge Sadr to back down from no-confidence






    "Maliki's coalition," Jaafari cost to urge Sadr to back down from no-confidence
    Posted 03/06/2012 01:34 PM

    BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"
    cost "coalition of state law," led by Nuri al-Maliki, President of the "National Alliance" Ibrahim al-Jaafari to urge Sadr to back down from his position to line up with the claimants to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki.




    Of a meeting two days ago between Jaafari and Maliki






    According to sources from within the coalition, getting the Sadrists to back down from their position, "faces many obstacles to the satisfaction of" Liberal bloc "that the decision of the political body of the alliance was confiscated by state law, as well as the issuance of statements by his deputies waving to take judicial proceedings against a number of leaders of the current open files old. "




    betting "state law" on the possibility of retreat Sadrists from their position, so based on the conditions of formation of the current government, when they abandoned their lines Rouge and agreed to Maliki took office for a second term.
    but "Liberal bloc" has announced its adherence to the option of withdrawal of confidence, because he is bring their project to build state institutions through the adoption of the principle of partnership in the management of the country according to the terms of agreement Arbil, meet the demands of the Iraqi people, the provision of services and re-infrastructure, and to eliminate manifestations of corruption in government institutions.
    After attending Moqtada al-Sadr, the consultative meeting in Arbil in the twenty-eighth of last April and embrace a meeting in Najaf, 19/5 and the announcement of queued with the claimants to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, won a split within the National Alliance after subtracting assigned an
    alternative candidate for the owners.


























    http://www.altahreernews.com/inp/view.asp?ID=8705
    Last edited by moniesWife; 06-03-2012 at 05:47 PM.



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