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    State law: Talabani is not locked and no confidence to the government of Iraq needs a political majority

    08/06/2012 17:55

    Erbil, June 8 (Rn) - The Deputy for state law that President Jalal Talabani said the delegation of her coalition who visited Sulaymaniyah recently that he does not believe the subject of withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, referring to the failure of government of national partnership, and that Iraq needs a government of a political majority.

    Said Nada Sudan, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "a delegation of state law under the leadership of Hasan al-Rahim and Abdul Zuhairi visited President Jalal Talabani in Sulaimaniyah to offer congratulations on the occasion of the anniversary of the founding of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan."

    It added that "President Talabani said during a meeting with the state law that he believes the issue is the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the signatures required for withdrawal of confidence did not reach the legal limit."

    They noted that "the issue of withdrawal of confidence will fail, especially since very few of the deputies were signed this regional project."

    And about the visit of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to Iran, said the Sudanese "This is a clear indication of the failure of the issue of withdrawal of confidence and everyone must return to the national meeting or return to the stage before the Convention of Arbil and review of the composition of the three presidencies."

    Increased by saying that "the National Alliance and a large number of members of the Iraqi List and the Kurds believe that the government of national partnership failed in the absence of any genuine partnership in which," indicating that "the rule of law holds that a government political majority in the current stage or in the next parliamentary session is the best solution for Iraq ".

    In conclusion, the Sudanese her by saying that
    "because of the number of violations of legal and constitutional, negligence and negligence in the approval of a number of important draft laws, we will demand the withdrawal of confidence from the House of Representatives Speaker Osama al in the first session of the first quarter of the year third Legislature to be held on 21 June the current. "

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