Sadr leave Najaf for Iran
Monday 04 June 2012 15: 23 GMT
Sadr's sadrist leader

Alsumaria news/Najaf
Detect the source in Najaf Monday, Sadr's sadrist leader left for Iran maintained across Najaf airport.

The source said in an interview for "alsumaria news", "Sadr's sadrist leader left, noon, heading to Iran", stating that "Sadr Najaf" travelled through the airport.
Come leave Moqtada Sadr's sadrist leader to Iran amid an escalation of the Iraqi political scene, which is escalating claims to withdraw confidence from the Government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr and Iraqi Kurdistan (PUK) allied to withdraw confidence in Maliki, called earlier Monday (4 June), Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to resign "for the people and partners", also called the Liberal bloc, parliamentary, headed by National Alliance to consult with components for the purpose of selecting an alternative to Maliki and not waste time.
Sadrist leader promised Sadr, Saturday (June 2, 2012), waiver of certain posts to coalition Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in the event of withdrawal of confidence, that the alternative candidate would be within the National Alliance.
Advocacy to raise confidence on Maliki's Shiite political controversy, which stresses that the sadrist change Al-Maliki, said Shiite cleric Sheikh Mohammad Mehdi the deal honestly with formerly one of the leaders of the Islamic Dawa party that weaken the Government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, as result of long suffering and blood and many efforts of the Iraqi people, calling on the Iraqi people to support, with other references is silent about those demands previous pronouncements, however, refers to a large extent Dissatisfaction with the Government's performance.
Ended in (27 May) deadline week by meeting held at the House of Iraqi leaders on the list of Sadr and the Kurdistan Alliance (19 May), to provide an alternative to Maliki, in vain, while political blocs reconvened meeting in Irbil, where Iraqi list held and their comrades in the presence of the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani met, (29 May), to be held after President Jalal Talabani convened Wednesday, (May 30) in Sulaymaniyah with leader The Iraqi list, Iyad Allawi, head of the House of Osama alngivi and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh Al-mutlaq, a representative leader of the sadrist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, which confirmed its commitment to the Taliban by the Constitution.
The country was experiencing a worsening political crisis confirms some observers are escalating in the differences between the political blocs, having shifted from a difference between the Iraqi list and the rule of law to the last variation with the Kurdistan Alliance and comrades and other parties and currents