Iraq reveals the formation of two committees in preparation for the interrogation of al-Maliki
12/06/2012 09:42

Baghdad, June 12 (Rn) - The Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Tuesday, the formation of two committees, media and legal preparation for the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House of Representatives, indicating that the interrogation will be soon after to make sure that the President will send a request to withdraw confidence from the government. The leader of the list Talal Zobaie told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the meeting in Arbil had agreed to form a committee joint information from the three blocs claim to withdraw confidence from the government and the formation of a legal committee also of the blocks involved shall prepare files that condemns al-Maliki." He Zobaie that "the files that the Committee intends to legal which formed preparation includes significant violations of the constitution and override the rights of the Iraqi people and interrogation will be supported by 170 MPs ... our choice now is questioning that insisted Talabani not to send a request to withdraw confidence from the government." The leaders collectors to withdraw confidence from the Maliki pointed out that the interrogation process would be if they failed to withdraw confidence in him. Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said in an earlier statement that he had received 160 signatures, a number is not sufficient to withdraw confidence from Maliki's government. But the Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani said Monday (6/11/2012) in the comments on his site social networking Facebook that he had 170 signatures. stepped up Maliki's critics of their meetings to get out a consolidated version pave to isolate al-Maliki from office through the ballot in the House of Representatives, after accusing him of exclusivity. supporters say the prime minister that he is dealing according to the law and asked his critics to amend the Constitution, which gives him broad powers and by the criticism.