Saturday, June 9, 2012 19:57
[Baghdad - where]
A spokesman for the Iraqi List Haider Mulla said, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki begs House votes to keep his throne."
Mulla said in a statement received by the Agency all of Iraq [where] that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki begging sounds of Representatives to keep his seat," noting that "the seven MPs only from the list of Iraq were part of a delegation that visited al-Maliki, the day before yesterday, and they are of the non-signatories to withdraw confidence from him originally but two. "
He added that "the House of Representatives of the seven are [Abdul Khader Taher, Omar al-Jubouri, and al-Yawar, and Nahida Daini, and built the cream, and still Naftnge, and aware of Ahmed," noting that "two of these MPs have signed the letter of withdrawal of confidence and then retreat under pressure from al-Maliki."
He said Mullah that "to rely on the external factor and the purchase of accounts receivable pathetic, not only strengthen our determination to withdraw confidence from the government of Maliki, who has the most basic concepts of state building, and any real vision of the concept of national partnership," adding, "Who wants to keep his place in the state to get support of the masses and the large political blocs, "stressing that" otherwise can not be any official in the state to maintain his position.