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    Najafi: Iraq and its allies will meet tomorrow in Erbil to discuss confidence of the

    Najafi: Iraq and its allies will meet tomorrow in Erbil to discuss confidence of the Maliki

    Editor: SZ | HLSaturday 09 حزيران 2012 16:00 GMT

    Alsumaria News / Nineveh

    Revealed the governor of Nineveh Ethel Najafi, Saturday, the meeting will be held tomorrow in Erbil with the participation of the Iraqi List and the Sadrist movement and the Kurdistan Alliance to discuss the draft to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    Najafi said in a press conference after the meeting, attended by the Iraqi List, "Alsumaria News", "the Iraqi List will continue to meet on Sunday with its allies Sadr and the Kurdistan Alliance to continue discussion of the draft to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."

    She Salahuddin province, on Saturday (June 9, 2012), its refusal to withdraw confidence from the government, saying that the adherents of the subject carrying out agendas that do not serve Iraq and its people, while threatened to disclose the names associated agendas external and described them as "hired people with faces grim prospects of co-conspirators" in the event of not step back from their approach.

    And called the Iraqi List, the close of its meeting in Mosul on Saturday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Pfsh field any candidate from the National Alliance instead of him, called upon President Jalal Talabani to be with the no confidence resolution, arguing that the signatures submitted on the real and not fake.

    Al-Maliki stressed, on Friday (June 8, 2012), that the crisis in the country went through and ended and will not have an impact, with the board that the "detours along the Altazoarat and threats will not pass without the expense," that "the debate and quibble political" have delayed projects to serve the citizens.

    The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was considered, in the (June 6 now), to compel MPs to sign a no-confidence and threatening them with "override the constitution and the political process and democracy," and said he received calls from MPs demanding to tighten security measures to provide the necessary protection for them, as he emphasized the leadership of the Islamic Dawa Party, Abdel-Halim Zuhairi, that the signatures that were submitted to President Jalal Talabani, to withdraw the trust did not achieve a quorum, noting at the same time that those signatures are not verified attributed to their owners.

    It was announced by President Jalal Talabani, in the June 6, 2012, he prepared a letter done checking signatures of deputies to be sent to the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, as he emphasized that he did not sign the book so far on the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister is also common in some media.

    It is noteworthy that the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr announced, on the fourth of June now, on the receipt of President Jalal Talabani signatures of 176 deputies to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in the face of Talabani, to form a committee headed by his chief to start checking messages signed by a number of members of the House of Representatives and counting to avoid any challenges or doubts in order to ensure the health and safety of the constitutional process in the country.

    But Maliki, Talabani called on to transmit the signatures to the criminal investigation to make sure it is correct, considering that the organization lists the names of some MPs outside parliament coupled with "practices are unconstitutional," while the face of the organs concerned to bring all of the evidence against him carry out fraud or threat in order to take the sign House and brought to justice.

    The sources confirmed "Alsumaria News", in (June 5, 2012), that the distribution of signatures of deputies on a book-confidence motion was as follows 0.40 a signature of the Sadrist movement and 49 signatures from a coalition of Kurdish blocs and 75 signatures from the coalition in Iraq and nine signatures from MPs the National Alliance and three other MPs from the minority.

    The country is witnessing a political crisis that some observers emphasize that it is on the rise in the unity of the differences between the political blocs, having transformed from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.

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