Iraq: procedures for the withdrawal of confidence will begin to break legislative On
Baghdad, June 15 (Rn) - renewed Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Friday, confirmed to go ahead with measures to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, indicating that the measures will start after the end of the legislative recess for the House of Representatives.
The Talabani refused to send a request to withdraw confidence from the government to the parliament and announced his commitment and his party the option of resorting to the national meeting, which had called for more than three months.
Announced in the House of Representatives Office of the President Osama Najafi on Friday that rejected the U.S. request to meet with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to calm the tense political situation.
The request comes in light of U.S. pressure to talk about Iranian aims also to end the political crisis and to keep al-Maliki as prime minister.
Hadi al-Zalmi spokesman for the National Accord Movement affiliated to the Iraqi List, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the political parties in the proceedings of the past to withdraw confidence from the current government."
Zalmi explained that "the alleviation of escalation or the media praise the positive aspects of the executive power does not mean change the basic position and this is proof that positive measures indicate."
Zalmi revealed that "the thing is agreed that measures confidence will begin after the end of the legislative recess of the Council of Representatives."
Maliki's coalition, says that there is a breakthrough to the political crisis and solutions looming, considering the issue of withdrawal of confidence from the government positions have vanished after Talabani.
But Maliki's critics have stepped up their meetings to get out of the consolidated version pave the way for isolating the latter from office through the ballot in the House of Representatives, after accusing him of power and exclusivity trend toward dictatorship.
Participating coalition, the Iraqi government and al-Maliki has about eight ministers. Sadr is also involved with most of the service ministries with the participation of the Kurds.
The prime minister's supporters say he is dealing according to the law and asked his critics to amend the Constitution which granted broad powers by the criticism.