GMT 4:00:00 2012 Wednesday, June 13
United Nations to resolve the crisis and the Barzani of options beyond the no-confidence

Osama Mahdi
Entered the United Nations on the line of efforts to resolve the political crisis, which has its representative in Iraq Martin Kobler tour talks with Talabani and Barzani, who threatened with the other options if it fails to withdraw confidence from the efforts of al-Maliki, while Kubler called to a genuine political partnership between the forces of the country, while Sadr said he would not be affected by the Shiite positions with respect to his insistence on the withdrawal of confidence.

He called President Jalal Talabani today's political blocs to civilized dialogue and implementation of agreements signed between them.

He said during his meeting with the Special Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler in the northern city of Sulaimaniya in the presence of the President of the Kurdistan Alliance in Parliament, Fuad Masum: "We seek a convergence of views between the political blocs and ward off the dangers of segregation for the country." He appealed to all parties to "promote dialogue and cultural work to intensify efforts to resolve differences by appealing to the spirit of the Constitution and the implementation of agreements signed between them."

Talabani, a society with Kubler

He stressed Talabani, the need to "activate efforts to bring the country out of this situation Alastafafah narrow and its transition to a state of alignment of the Iraqi National wide," adding that "Iraq is in dire need of political harmony between the political parties and to achieve true national partnership in the management of the country."He stressed that "as president of the republic and the protector of the Constitution has led constitutional role in all stages of the crisis."

For his part, the Special Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler that "the international organization continues to help the Iraqis to move forward, through the consolidation of political harmony and consolidation of national partnership."

As the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, full support for the Iraqi political forces, which "seeks to intercept the dictatorship," pointing out that the acceptance of this situation, the people of Kurdistan will be forced to resort to another option not illustrated.

This came during a meeting with Barzani Kubler in the resort of Salahuddin in Erbil North, where they discussed the latest political developments in Iraq in light of current developments, and their effects on the political process and the future of the country. Brought to Barzani light on his meetings continued with the political parties to participate in preventive Erbil and Najaf to contain the political crisis taking place in Iraq and to move the political process and the democratic process towards safety, stressing at the same time its full support to the forces of Iraq's plans to intercept the dictatorship.

He pointed out that if those powers have accepted the current situation of Iraq, the people of Kurdistan will be forced to resort to another option not illustrated, but as long as the option of threatening to self-determination for the Kurdish people, which may lead later to break away from Iraq. For his part, Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations readiness of the United Nations to help Iraq to save him from this situation.

Sadr asserts that his proposal to change the al-Maliki will not change the position of the Shiite authorities

And Tuesday, said the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr that his support for the withdrawal of confidence from Maliki will not be affected by the positions of the religious city of Qom in Iran. Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers about the statements made ​​by officials of the coalition of state law and accuse him of where he is subject to the decision of your references in Iran and that it may fall out of the draft to withdraw confidence from Maliki .. "It seems that as most of our references to them independence and Biqa in Iraqi affairs have taken through the Neutrality and God knows best."

For his part, stressed the official spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance, a pro-Tayeb that the quorum for the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will be completed if they put it in the House of Representatives. He said in a press statement Tuesday that the political blocs claim of no confidence sure the availability of a sufficient number of members of the supporters of no confidence if the issue raised in the House of Representatives. He added that the political blocs, which met in Erbil recently committed to withdraw to their positions of trust after Despaired that the tables of the dialogue and meaningful meetings.

He held a coalition of state law to Maliki responsible political crisis ravaging the country, revealing the orientation of the political blocs to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki during his interrogation in the House of Representatives. Stressed by saying that "a coalition of state law bears primarily the responsibility of the failures and the failure of the current political dialogues between the parties."

He said good that the war of the attack by some deputies of coalition rule of law impact in the path of talks and reflected negatively on the confidence between the political blocs, explaining that "if it arrived request to withdraw the confidence of the House of Representatives, the Panel rejects him lose this bet and we will dismiss the Prime Minister due to lack of Iva˙h previous commitments. "

He noted that the current approach requires the request to question al-Maliki in parliament as a prelude to impeach him after the rejection of President Jalal Talabani, conversion of an application to withdraw confidence from the House of Representatives due to lack of quorum for the signatures of deputies, he said.

But a member of a coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati said that to question the prime minister, who calls him by some parties in the House of Representatives must be within the competence of the executive branch, and is not a political backgrounds. He pointed out that "interrogations would only be constitutional under the jurisdiction of the executive branch and the government, not political backgrounds and those who call for the interrogation they provide evidence and documentation, including falls under its responsibility."

The al-Bayati said in a statement carried by the Iraqi Media Network, the official claim that it is a political question does not have a constitutional cover, because Article 61 of the Constitution Seventh c clearly says that the interrogations within the jurisdiction of the executive branch, and is not a political Bde.

And seeks the political parties in favor of withdrawal of confidence from the government to move towards a constitutional mechanism after the second failure to obtain the request of the President of the Republic to withdraw confidence from the government. Talabani announced last Saturday was not achieved signatures delivered to him to withdraw confidence from the government the legal limit after the withdrawal of 11 deputies of the signatories of the request of withdrawal of confidence, in addition to the suspension of two of the House of Representatives to Toukieihma.

The head of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, said Monday that he had a letter of the signatures of 170 deputies and six more than the required number of signatures for the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said Iraqi forces continued efforts to achieve this goal.
Barzani said that the efforts of the Iraqi forces are continuing to change Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki over the Constitution .. He said: "Under our message is currently the President and more than 170 signatures."He noted that he and other political parties will send a new message to President Jalal Talabani confirms possession of the forces seeking to withdraw confidence signatures of 170 deputies. "The alternative, according to al-Maliki and agreed it would be the National Alliance," stressing that al-Maliki in breach of the constitution and the conventions.

According to the owners of the forces opposed to it will resort to questioning in the House of Representatives to resume its meeting on 21 this month, then vote on the confidence in him, in a stipulated permanent Iraqi constitution.
The crisis between the State of Law Coalition led by Maliki and the Iraqi List headed by Allawi has escalated since late last year following the issuance of an arrest warrant against the leader of the Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of "terrorism", as well as Maliki's request to the Council of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the al-Mutlaq after described by the owners as a "dictator", which prompted the Iraqi request to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, then the support of this request of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrists, who refused to confirm the emergence of a new dictatorship in power and uniqueness in the country.