Talabani: Sashab confidence without signatures if Maliki's refusal to agreements
Friday, June 15, 2012 11:55
Twilight News / said the country's president, Jalal Talabani, said he would withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki if he refused to previous agreements and legitimate claims.
Talabani reiterated in his letter of response on the front of Arbil, confirmed on receipt of 160 votes, not 170 votes, indicating that after the formation of an Audit Committee asked the Vice-delete their signatures.
Barzani had said that he had 170 signatures, enough to offset the Maliki government, and sent a message to the front Erbil Talabani to confirm this.
Talabani said in his letter published by the "Twilight News" in the form of parts "if the refusal of the National Alliance and Prime Minister Maliki previous agreements and the legitimate demands then Sashab confidence without the need for signatures of Representatives."
Maliki is facing widespread criticism of President of Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the coalition in Iraq (Erbil Front) because of his policies that they believe began tending to the dictatorship and uniqueness of the resolutions and the security file. http://translate.googleusercontent.c...Nn6zK9De709sVQ