Talabani confirms the standing of a neutral Iraq crisis
June 7, 2012 21:31 Iraq News
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, on Thursday, he stood on the sidelines of the political crisis that gripped the country for more than six months.
The crisis entered a new phase of political endeavors was carried out by opponents of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to withdraw confidence from him, because of the "uniqueness" to power.
The Office examines the validity of signatures Talabani advocates of Representatives to withdraw confidence, which opponents say they collected al-Maliki to push forward to remove him in a vote in the parliament.
Talabani said in a statement issued by his office during a meeting with the independent MP Hassan Alawi It stands on the "same distance" from all parties to the crisis.
He pointed out that he is doing his utmost for the reunion and bring the views and encourage political parties to "fraternal dialogue construction."
The Sadrists say they collected the signatures of more than 176 MPs to put pressure on Talabani to send the list to parliament to start procedures to withdraw confidence from Maliki.
According to the Iraqi constitution, if it lost the Maliki vote of no confidence, the caretaker government, which will form the chaotic authorized negotiations on a new government has repeated the same scenario that accompanied the formation of the government after months of negotiations and meetings.
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