Maliki warns of a "political chaos" if the government withdrew its confidence from the
05/06/2012 09:21

Baghdad, June 5 (Rn) - warned the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday, which he called "political chaos" in the country as if I could the parties to withdraw confidence from the government. The Iraqi coalition led by Iyad Allawi, predicted yesterday, Sunday, to present Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's resignation before the withdrawal of confidence from it under the dome of the House of Representatives. Iraq has seen the past few weeks consultative meetings shuttle between the political parties in order to find a way out of the current political crisis afflicting the country. The leader of the Coalition Mohammed Chihod told the Kurdish news agency (Rn ) that "the subject the risk is very related to the government and the future of the country and if they were able to withdraw confidence which is unlikely you will get political chaos in the country which is sought by some of the politicians." said Chihod that "most members of the Iraqi List is present in Iraq, how collected signatures and many members of the Iraq declared that they will not sign and will not task a more people were replacements for them to sign. " adding that "it is unlikely to collect signatures for the withdrawal of confidence and the subject media is nothing more than if they had the signatures sufficient, they would have called an emergency session to withdraw confidence." has surged recently mutual accusations between some blocks political background of the current crisis in spite of calls for political leaders to adopt calm media. Since the formation of the current government wrestled the Iraqi List, with a list of a coalition of state law on the overall political issues, but increased the differences is the entry of the Kurds on the line of political crisis and split the Sadrists for his for the National Alliance.