Sadr's movement brings additional signatures for the withdrawal of confidence from the government
11/06/2012 13:31

Erbil, June 11 (Rn) - The member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the Sadr movement said on Monday that there are members of the House of Representatives expressed their willingness to sign a memorandum of withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki, noting that a quorum will be completed for the success of this approach.
Moqtada al-Sadr, Muqtada al-Sadr Said Magda Abdel-Latif al-Tamimi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) today, "after re-President Jalal Talabani, a memorandum signatures to withdraw confidence from the government because of a lack of quorum for the procedure, expressed a number of MPs expressed their willingness to sign, to complete the legal number of no-confidence" .
Tamimi indicated that "all the political blocs insisted on the withdrawal of confidence from the government of Nouri al-Maliki and the National Project to save Iraq from the tyranny of individual, who did not provide the most basic services to the people."
Increased by saying that "The project is born from the desire of the Iraqi people, and not a regional plan does not aim to provoke sectarian strife, ethnic, and who resort to some countries to seek support to stay in power in carrying out foreign agendas."
Tamimi and wondered "How can a country without a population of 33 million Nefoussa from a man suitable to act as the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, or that the issue is the return to the pre-fall of the regime in 2003 and sentenced the leader of necessity."
She stressed that "the Sadrist movement and all parties in the National Alliance of Kurdistan and the Iraqi List, defending the rights and gains made in Iraq, represented freedom and democracy, which was shed for it the blood of millions of victims."
It showed a member of the Liberal bloc, "What will be determined by Parliament will abide by it, whether to withdraw confidence from the government or the reform as stated in the meetings of Najaf and Erbil, and it is important at this stage is to walk to the democratic process and the consolidation of this model in the country and not promote the model dictatorship again.
"The Liberal bloc within hours was able to collect 40 signatures," indicating that "the ranks of strong, cohesive mass, which is determined to proceed with the process of withdrawal of confidence in the Maliki government."
From: Mohammed Abdul Rahman, see: Wafaa Zangana