BAGHDAD / With: received Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, a number of House members of the so-called "Coalition of loyalty to Iraq," from those who reject moves to withdraw confidence from the government, considering that this gathering will save Iraq from the threat of quotas, according to a statement issued by the Presidency Minister.
The statement said that "al-Maliki received a number of members gathered to meet for Iraq, who refused to movements aimed at the withdrawal of confidence from the government," noting that "the prime minister counting step of Representatives as a step-established and powerful that it came from the womb of suffering produced by the crisis and the misconception of the National Partnership, stressing that Iraq needs a real national movement based on the unity of Iraq and the national goals of faith away from the national and religious affiliations and sectarianism. "
The statement quoted Maliki reiterated "the need to complete the construction of the state and its institutions and the extension of the rule of law and limited to arms, however, the state alone and not in the hands of armed groups or militias in order to preserve security and stability."
The statement pointed out that "the members gathered to meet for Iraq to MPs last seventeen are in the same assembly but could not be present at the meeting this day to travel outside Iraq."
The statement added that "one of the deputies present today included their names in the lists of no-confidence without the will of them."
The news agency revealed the future may move for two days before the parliamentary blocs led by the Iraqi Free and white block at the behest of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to rally as much of Representatives pro-survival in power and the declaration of a parliamentary bloc to do so. (Finished)