Arbil meeting addressed by President Talabani: Signatures of Representatives to withdraw confidence claimants is correct and meets the constitutionally required number
Posted 10/06/2012 06:22 PM
BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"

Announced the forces according to claim confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, which ended a meeting today resort of Salahuddin in Erbil, to send a message to the explanatory President Jalal Talabani to confirm signatures of Representatives and the constitutional adequacy of the required number of no confidence.

Of Arbil meeting today
He assembled, according to a communication news published by the Presidency of the Kurdistan region, expressed regret for "the steps and measures against which resorted to it the Prime Minister and his team to foil the efforts of constitutional reform of the political situation and put an end to private and domination and change the paths the democratic political process, including the attempt to transform this movement into street through lobbying and incitement. "
The meeting confirmed that
"further efforts and steps to achieve the goal of no-confidence based on all constitutional mechanisms and boot to convert them to practical application", stressing: "To continue to mobilize the forces of parliamentary frameworks legitimacy to confront the phenomenon of control and monopolize the management of the government, and accountability for violations committed in terms of dealing with the deputies and their right to work according to their convictions and attitudes, and condemn the pressures in different ways in which they were subjected. "
acknowledged meeting
"to send a message illustrative to President Jalal Talabani, is emphasized in which the validity of signatures of deputies, as well as the adequacy of the required number of constitutionally-confidence."
He reiterated: "The alternative would be the candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers exclusively from the National Alliance."
and participated in today's meeting for the Alliance of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and Barham Salih, and the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, and Osama Najafi, Saleh al-Mutlaq and Salman Jumaili, and the Sadrist movement, Zia al-Asadi, Salah al-Obeidi, and the Prince Kanani and others.