N.A: meeting tomorrow to discuss the parties seek withdraw confidence from Maliki
Urgent .. National Alliance invites its members to a meeting tomorrow to discuss the parties seek to withdraw confidence from the Maliki On: Sun 06/03/2012 22:36
Baghdad / WAP / MP for a coalition of state law, Abdul Hussein al-Yasiri, headed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, for the National Alliance today called on its members to hold an expanded meeting tomorrow on the back of the issue of withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki. He told the Baghdad International news / WAP / today: "The National Alliance will meet tomorrow, and then will come out a formal request to the President of the Republic, to clarify the mechanisms that are illegal for the withdrawal of the confidence of the Maliki government."
He added: "The legal mechanism stipulates that the Prime Minister hosted in Parliament in the event of any failure of the government, and that has been discussed, and then decide to withdraw confidence from the parliament or not."
The source announced that President Jalal Talabani, the ignorance of the meeting closed with the leaders of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, and Osama al. An informed source told the Baghdad international / WAP / Sunday: "The meeting started shortly before."
The MP for the Liberal bloc of parliamentary Muhammad Rida al-Khafaji, announced that President Jalal Talabani will be sent today at ten o'clock pm, to the Chairman of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi a formal letter requesting the withdrawal of the confidence of the Maliki government after receiving Taliani signatures of 176 MPs from different political blocs .
He told Baghdad International / WAP / day, that: "After we settled issue in support of withdrawal of confidence from the government of Prime Owlesra Nuri al-Maliki, with 176 votes, held the Liberal block its expanded, which included all members of the cluster, to demonstrate to the Iraqi street as voted by 40 votes of no confidence for al-Maliki. "
He added: "The Sadrist movement has started to make strides and affirmed during the meeting that the map of political sectarianism, which ruled the political blocs will be gone and will be replaced by a map of Iraqi national, which will fall under its map alliances according to the foundations of a national and an Iraqi, concerned with the first Iraq range without the other."
He continued, "we will see in the next few days, alliances according to the foundations of a national, not sectarian, since there is no alliance of Sunni or Shiite or Kurdish, but alliances combine all the ingredients of political alliances and not Kurdish or Sunni or Shiite."
And said: "We confirmed at the meeting on the demands of Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr commander, that the Iraqi Kirkuk remain, to be prime minister of the National Alliance."
He explained: "The Kurds and the Iraqi List, have expressed their satisfaction with these demands."
He stressed: "The differences will go away between the political blocs, and built by the brutal colonization along sectarian lines."
To that source in the State of Law coalition headed by the delicious Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, that President Jalal Talabani, told al-Maliki that the signatures of no-confidence it has not yet been completed. . The source, who declined to be named told the Baghdad international / WAP / today: "The 11 members of the Iraqi List, have withdrawn their signatures, and others objected to it being a fake."
He said, "Talabani told al-Maliki, that the number of members of the Iraqi List of signatories so far 47 MPs."