Urgent. Maliki, Talabani calls to display the signatures of no confidence for criminal investigations and calls on agencies to provide counterfeiters to justice
Monday, June 4, 2012 19:49

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, President Jalal Talabani to see Signatures, which sent him to withdraw confidence from the government for criminal background checks and verify their validity.
He said in a press statement that "some parties try to exploit the democratic life which Tsalmana on maintenance to achieve political objectives in particular, have raised concerns about the likelihood of continued exposure to the danger of the democratic process."
"We've combined the process of organizing lists of some of the House of Representatives recently and took their signatures outside the parliament many of the practices unconstitutional and contrary to the law, whether by threats or fraud or extortion or other practices that look at some of the citizens through the media or by our own language by calling direct and receive complaints from many of the deputies in this area and promote their application Hamayatem. "

The request comes after Maliki received for information and forgery of signatures of some of the deputies sent to Talabani on the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki.
Maliki said that "call me from that site to ensure the integrity of the democratic process to alert to these practices and can afford the risk to the root of the democratic process."
He continued, "I call on this occasion, President of the Republic as its guardian of the Constitution to see how such practices conform to the standards of constitutional and legal rules and display the signatures of possession of criminal background checks and verify their validity."
He noted that "the relevant agencies to bring all of the evidence against him carry out fraud or threat to the vice of Representatives or the exercise of any violation of the law and bring him to justice to hold him accountable in order to preserve the integrity of democratic life and safeguard the well-known traditions."

The MP for the Iraqi List, Zobaie Hamid stressed that the request to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki arrived in the House of Representatives Speaker Osama al.
Zobaie said in a statement to the Euphrates News Agency {} today that "this matter will be announced officially by the Chairman of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi at a later date."
The deputy of the Iraqi List, revealed that President Jalal Talabani officially signed on the decision to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is in the process sent to the House of Representatives.
The MP said on condition of anonymity, told the News} {Euphrates that "Talabani signed a formal request to withdraw confidence from the Maliki and will send to the House after a meeting between Talabani and Najafi."
The MP for the Iraqi List, said the list Salim al hold evening meeting of the Lbges in the recent political developments.
Jubouri said told the News} {Euphrates today that "the Iraqi List, will be held at eight o'clock this evening a meeting to discuss the political situation during the next phase."
Regarding the late President Jalal Talabani to send a request to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Parliament said Jubouri that "Talabani aimed to complete the consultation with other partners, political and some countries on the request to withdraw confidence from the Maliki and even shows them the absence of any targeting of a personal behind this demand, "he said, adding that" Talabani will explain some of the partners, politicians and states that the withdrawal of trust is part of the process of reform of the political process. "
The meetings held in Erbil, Najaf Subscribe by Kurdistan leader Massoud Barzani and President Jalal Talabani and the leader of Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr and the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi and President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi and the National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi and the number of independent deputies were in agreement on collecting signatures for the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the nomination of a replacement by the National Alliance. ended