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    Liberal bloc ends meeting certainly have the unity of the National Alliance to be an alternative to Maliki's coalition exclusively

    Sunday, June 3, 2012 19:03

    Baghdad {: News} Euphrates Liberal bloc announced at the end of today's meeting its commitment to the unity of the National Alliance and the unity of Iraq, and to be a candidate for the post of prime minister after the withdrawal of confidence from the Nuri al-Maliki of the National Alliance exclusively.

    The MP said the Liberal bloc Hussein Alwan al-Lami told the News} {Euphrates today that "the Liberal bloc met today at the headquarters of the political body of the Sadrist movement led by the President of the bloc, Bahaa al."

    "The Liberal bloc has taken several decisions in its meeting today of the most important of its adherence to the unity of the National Alliance and the unity of Iraq as well as adherence to block a candidate for prime minister of the National Alliance."

    Lamy said that "there are some who say that the Sadrist movement has formed an alliance with the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, but we would like to know everyone and that we our alliance with Iraq for the Iraqi people does not mean we adhere to is that the prime ministerial candidate of the National Alliance exclusively."

    And demanded by some parties to participate in political action in Iraq to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and set up earlier for that intensive meetings without reaching a significant result.
    The political process in Iraq is facing a deepening crisis due to mutual accusations between the blocks to participate in political action and in particular between the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, because of some files, including the security ministries and the issue of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and extended differences shortly before to the Kurdistan Regional Government, which announced stiff stance of the Maliki government because of the disputed areas and the financing of the Peshmerga, and some outstanding issues between the center and the region. ended

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