Legal Expert: Withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki be either by request or through the president, parliament

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 11:52

[Baghdad - where]
Legal expert said Munir Haddad There are two ways through which the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is either at the request of President Jalal Talabani on or through the presidency of the Council of Representatives.
He said Haddad told all of Iraq [where] the day that "the first method, which is that President Jalal Talabani asked to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki is a direct route and can vote to withdraw confidence from the Maliki and the second method, which is that House Speaker Osama Najafi can with another cluster with put no confidence and then interrogated and then put to the vote.
He said that "in both cases, the blocks can withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki after being interrogated and then voted on in parliament."
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called on President Jalal Talabani, to speed up the meeting of the Council of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, "calling for" al-Maliki to a decision of Parliament to accept the withdrawal of confidence or not.
The call for the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki by President Jalal Talabani has failed after it announced Talabani said in a statement issued Saturday that the number of signatories to withdraw confidence from the Maliki reached [160] Vice-only which is less than the required number of [163] vice, and called once again to the "national meeting held to resolve the political crisis."
While held last Sunday of the leaders of the Iraqi List and the Sadrist movement and the Kurdistan Alliance meeting in Arbil, which passed to send a message to the explanatory Talabani confirms the signatures of the safety and adequacy of the number of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
The Talabani announced on Monday June 4 current receipt of Qoim signatures of MPs demanding the withdrawal of confidence from Maliki, but he formed a committee for scrutiny and then announced that the number is less than the required number of no confidence which made Iraq think a different way is to dismiss the prime minister after his interrogation.
For his part, President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, the collection of more than 170 signatures for the withdrawal of confidence about him, was sent back to Talabani. Over 2




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