Sadr's movement reflects a consolidation of its position on the decision to withdraw confidence from the Maliki
08/06/2012 11:54Baghdad, June 8 (Rn) - The Sadrist movement led by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Friday firmness his proposal to withdraw confidence from the current government, noting that it called for the other blocks to collect signatures of 124 deputies to complete the legal number of no confidence.
The blocks have been efforts to Iraq and the Sadrists and the Kurdistan Alliance to something like a setback after the successful Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to win over about 20 deputies from the list to the Iraqi side.
And rejects all the components of the National Alliance except for the Sadrists withdraw confidence from the government and supports the option of dialogue on the initiative of President Jalal Talabani.
The leader of the current Prince Kanani, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "our position is still with the understandings that have requested to withdraw confidence from the government and asked the masses gather signatures of 124 deputies to complete the number of the Sadrist movement."
Kanani said that "the position of the Sadrist movement has not changed so far," saying in response to a decline in the possibility, if implemented, Terms and Arbil, the second paper that "the issue is due to the political leadership."
And initiated the policy of the parties critical of Maliki's confidence in the procedures of him after the latter did not seem any response to the demands presented to him last month on the management of the state.
It is hoped that the signatures Talabani sent to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives after making sure it is correct and that in turn will call an extraordinary session to ask to withdraw confidence from the government to a vote.
But Maliki's coalition began talking about a possible breakthrough to the political crisis in the country through recourse to the national meeting away from the withdrawal of confidence from the government.
Since the formation of the current government wrestled with a list of the Iraqi List, a coalition of state law on the overall political issues, but what the differences is the increased entry of the Kurds on the line of political crisis and the Sadrists for his defection from the National Alliance.
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