Maliki and Sadr hold telephone talks leading up to the meeting on the current crisis
Erbil, June 15 (Rn) - An official in Sadr's office Friday that the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki held talks on the phone the political crisis that beset the country since more than six months.
This is the first point of contact to be announced between the two sides since their meeting in Iran in March last year. And chest of the strongest critics of the policy of al-Maliki.
The official said Sadr, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) on condition of anonymity that al-Maliki is Sadr, who called on Thursday evening and discussed the Iraqi crisis.
When asked whether the two sides came out by the end of the current crisis said the official, "are in search of the crisis. But I think that Mr. al-Maliki does not want to give up."
"It is important in this connection (dial) to pave the way for a meeting between Sayyed al-Sadr and Mr. Maliki in the next few days."
It was not possible for (Rn) Contact Information Office of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. And senior advisers refused to comment on al-Moussawi.
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