Iraq announces its support for Maliki's coalition in the dissolution of parliament through constitutional mechanisms,

Babinaoz (Reuters) - promised the Iraqi List, Tuesday, what he described as the "campaign" waged by a coalition of state law to question the
signatures of Representatives demanding the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "no legal value and corporate her," while the announced support for the claim to dissolve parliament, has ruled out being able to than that.

The presidency announced Monday, the receipt of Talabani signatures of members of the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, directed the formation of an Audit Committee that the messages and signatures and counting to avoid any challenges or doubts in
the validity and to ensure the safety of the constitutional process in the country. The adviser said the Iraqi Hani Ashour said in a statement that "the signatures are not originally from the constitutional mechanisms to request a withdrawal of confidence, but came to establish the conviction of President Jalal Talabani, a desire to withdraw the trust has obtained the conviction does not result in any legal action because it is not illegal, and the parliament is al-Faisal." Ashour went on that "the issue of signatures have been overcome and the current stage is the stage of calling for a parliamentary session to vote on the withdrawal of
confidence," explaining that "the right of the President request the withdrawal of confidence does not require any signatures and he can send it to the parliament if it obtained a conviction only as one of the mechanisms, or resorting to another mechanism which is the House of Representatives. "

He adviser said it had "at the request of five (fifth) of its members to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister, may not submit this request except after an
interpellation addressed to the Prime Minister and after at least seven days of submitting the application," adding that "the President of the Republic conviction obtained without resorting to the second mechanism of the Constitution. " He Ashour that "the Iraqi List, has no objection if he wants a coalition of state law
that is the dissolution of parliament through constitutional mechanism if he can, as authorized some of his deputies, as the Iraqi List, along with the Sadrists and the Kurdistan Alliance believe in the path of democracy as a way to change a right of every political blocs guaranteed by the Constitution of Iraq. " And Ashour stressed that "style campaigns to divert attention from the withdrawal of the confidence of secondary issues or issuing veiled threats against the mechanisms of constitutional democracy exacerbates the crisis and strengthen the conviction that there is no genuine desire to resolve differences and recognize past
agreements, which is why the current crisis the main, a reference to the loss of the other party to the lead initiative promised conviction to dialogue and
democratic way. "