MP from the Kurdistan Alliance holds a lot of the political blocs to its position of no confidence for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the proportion of more than 70% would vote on it.

The Kurdistan Alliance MP Qassem Mohammed Amin told the independent press (Iba) More than 70% of the political blocs agreed to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, and that many of the political blocs are still sticking to its position on this issue.

He added that the Secretary of the political blocs that make up more than 70 percent of the forces on the political scene agree to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister and ask someone else to carry out his duties during the remainder of the current session.

He said the Secretary that there is a lot of notes on the work of the government, particularly evident in the uniqueness of power by the person of Prime Minister as well as the lack of national partnership.

And between a member of the Kurdistan Alliance that since the beginning of the crisis which was to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, have occurred complications in the subject and the difference of views and interventions regional from some neighboring countries, but in the end must turn everybody into the option, which guarantees the achievement of the national interest. (End)