Close to Barzani accused Maliki to postpone and delay the outstanding problems
Created on Fri, June 15/2012

Baghdad / Orr News

Accused the Kurdistan Alliance MP Chuan Mohamed Taha Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as: "looking for solutions to postpone the outstanding problems." Taha said in a press statement that "all political blocs have become accustomed to the philosophy of deportation, and the delay and procrastination of crises by the State of Law coalition, headed by its leader, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki." He said: "The al-Maliki this policy is practiced since time out of the 100-day limit now."

He continued: "The government is if they have a sincere intention to promote their betterment and service to the security used to solve the controversial issues and the liquidation of the internal problems which impacted negatively on the lives of the Iraqi citizen who suffers from a lack of services and lack of security."

Facing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki claims of no confidence from him by a number of political blocs notably the Sadrists and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, presented to President Jalal Talabani, a book holds 176 signatures of MPs are demanding the withdrawal of confidence from it. However, Talabani returned and confirmed on the ninth of June, that his message on the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki did not report to the Parliament for lack of a quorum after the decline in the number of deputies for their signatures that they have made to become the issue no 160 no less than three signatures of a quorum.