Allawi and Mutlaq: calls for the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki is not
Paris / Orr News - special
The whole of former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and the Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq that calls for the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is not personal and not the movement of reprisals.
His comments came Allawi and Mutlaq in an electronic symposium hosted by the European Centre for Arab Studies, based in Paris on "The dimensions of call Nuri al-Maliki to resign." Allawi said "we did not we come to the arena in order to maintain the dictatorship, but we fought for decades of dictatorship, not to Nati dictatorship of the other." He said Allawi, "We are not with the autocracy of the Iraqi people have struggled for democracy and transparency." Allawi stressed that the request to withdraw confidence because there are not hostile to anyone but al-Maliki because there is political consensus in Iraq today to combat the autocracy of the path to reform the political process in Iraq.
In the same vein said Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq said Iraqis are tired of political leaders because of the situation that Iraq is going through. Mutlaq said that "the Iraqi citizen is no longer sees the end of the tunnel to the light, Bombs and corruption in Iraq is increasing for that breed resentment of ordinary Iraqis, everyone from politicians and they are now looking for them in one box." He added that Iraq today advanced position in terms of financial corruption. He noted that al-Maliki demanding a change is not a movement as far as revenge is the demand of Iraqi sincere approach to change in order to reassure the Iraqi citizen.
He said al-Mutlaq "does not mean that the next will bring dreams rosy in the imagination of people, but a step forward in order to integrate with other steps," adding that the claim according to the confidence of al-Maliki is to invite an Iraqi pure have no remove external but is stemming from the Iraq project beyond the sectarian and collection Arab and Muslim and Kurdish and Shiite and Christian. Mutlaq said he was "known to everyone that the Maliki government was formed by Iran and the United States to foreign countries that we call non-interference in Iraqi affairs."