Maliki calls for the separation of the National Alliance and the Liberal block waving to resort to the dissolution of parliament
Date: Tue 05/06/2012 8:48

At the time revealed a source familiar with the coalition of state law that the leader of a coalition of state law and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki asked the President of the National Alliance held an extended meeting to discuss the issue of separation of the Liberal block from the National Alliance because of their position on the withdrawal of confidence from the government. A source familiar with the Islamic Dawa Party that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's proposal is likely to dissolve the parliament and hold early elections to break a political rather than censure him.

The source said that al-Maliki requested the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari held an expanded meeting of the forces were part of the National Alliance to determine the fate of the survival of the Liberal bloc in the National Alliance of whether or not the light of its recent alliance with other blocs and the request to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
To the detection of a source familiar with the Islamic Dawa Party that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's proposal is likely to dissolve the parliament and hold early legislative elections out of the political crisis, instead of no-confidence from the government.
The source said in a statement to the Encyclopedia of Iraq: The President of the State of Law coalition and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki told a number of leaders of the coalition and the Islamic Dawa Party that he would call to resolve the House and legislative elections in the event did not reach the political blocs to end the political crisis through dialogue and the holding of the national meeting, and its insistence on the issue of vote of no confidence from the government, especially since the crisis contrived and took affect on the lives of citizens.
The source added that it is better to go to the national meeting and if the political blocs refused to engage in the process of dialogue within the constitutional frameworks, we will pay towards the resolution of the House and go to early elections to end this crisis.
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