Tehran insists the issue of the constitutionality of no-confidence on Maliki
Monday, June 4, 2012 20:39
Obeidi: Tehran insists the issue of the constitutionality of no-confidence on Maliki
BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News / .. spokesman said the Sadrist movement, Sheikh Salah al-Obeidi, on Monday, that a delegation of power in Tehran, met with senior officials to bring the views, noting that the Iranian side confirmed that the issue of withdrawal of confidence in the Prime Minister Maliki is unconstitutional.
Sheikh al-Obeidi told / Baghdadiya News /, "The delegation from the Sadrist movement in Tehran, met high-level officials to bring the views of the Iraqi political parties and the meeting resulted in three main axes."
Obeidi said that "the Iranian side emphasized that the issue of withdrawal of confidence unconstitutional," noting that "the second theme is that there is pressure from the Iranian side on some of the parties for non-confidence motion, along the third axis represented by the existence of attempts by the Iranian side on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to commit points Arbil, even after a nine period too, "/ End / 21. http://tiny.cc/4y3dfw