A coalition of "Iraq": our representatives signatories to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki have been exposed to many pressures from clinging to power by some
Posted 07/06/2012 10:36 PM
BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation" The coalition in Iraq said that the deputies signatories to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has been subjected to many pressures by "some clinging to power."
The mouthpiece of the "Iraqi" Maysoon al in a press statement that "a number of deputies of" Iraq "had received telephone messages are not free from threat and intimidation, to respond without one of the Iraqi MPs lining to those messages and temptations empty."
She expressed "disapproval of Iraq for the means of unethical used by some to undermine the national project made by the coalition and Iraqi allies to end the policy of exclusivity and an end to the continuing failure to state building. And surprise of the coalition in Iraq of irresponsible statements launched by al-Maliki and his associates that affect the national leaders in Iraqi and coalition allied blocs, "asserting that" the question signatures and try to discredit national leaders play pathetic and entrenched belief that faith in those democratic process and the peaceful transfer of power. "
She stressed that "the vote under the dome of the House of Representatives is in any case, al-Faisal al-Maliki and those around him and respect the national will and the Constitution adopted by the people and the democratic process."
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