Supreme Council: This week will see a breakthrough crisis, and that all show flexibility
Sunday 17 2012 12:07
the Supreme Council Abdul-Hussein
Sumerian News / Baghdad
Favored the Islamic Supreme Council, Sunday, to witness a breakthrough this week in the political crisis and more positive solutions by bringing together political parties, calling on everyone, especially a coalition of state law to show flexibility with the initiative of its leader Ammar al-Hakim.
The leader of the Council Abdul-Hussein Abtan in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim began several days before the initiative seriously to raise the political parties to try resolving the current political crisis," noting that it "calls from political parties, especially state law show more flexibility and acceptance of dialogue. "
Abtan added that "there is a consensus on the need to get out of this crisis and the possibility of a common denominator between the parties," but he also said, "but that depends on the size of the flexibility shown by state law to begin the dialogue is clear and serious between everyone."
Abtan predicted that "this week, witnessing a breakthrough in the crisis and more pros to gather the political parties out of the crisis."
Facing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, claims of no confidence from him by a number of political blocs, most notably the Sadrists and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, while warns Congress of the State law, led by al-Maliki, the consequences of this step on the political process.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Sunday (June 17 now), he does not want Maliki's nomination for a third term, respectively, stressing that no democracy is an opportunity to shed the future, also stressed the chest, on Saturday, that the project, which engaged him to withdraw confidence from the Maliki, "Iraqi divine," and stressed that it is far from the external projects, calling on his followers to not be influenced by what promoted by some of the media close to the government.
He accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the first on Friday (June 15 now), in an interview with "fields" which broadcasts from Beirut, "the States of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, of seeking to overthrow the regime in Iraq through the promotion as a sectarian system, and through support in some quarters the opposition has to overthrow his government.
He also contended that al-Maliki, seeking to overthrow his government met the wrong idea, and as he emphasized that they could not proceed with this project, he noted that he is not worried about the meetings of the withdrawal of confidence, also confirmed that if a dictator, he could liquidate "conspirators" who collected the signatures to be sacked "once "and end the crisis.
And confirmed the block free of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, in (June 15 now), that the option of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is still present, denying any change in the position of the cluster from the current political crisis, contrary to what was confirmed by the leader of the Dawa party, Abdul Halim Zuhairi that political crisis on its way to the solution after a telephone conversation took place between Sadr and Maliki.
He was President Jalal Talabani denied, in (the current June 13), to be behind the proposal to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki also announced the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi, saying that his statements "are confusing and surprising."
And accused the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, in (June 11 present), President of the Republic to "repudiation" of the Constitution and the diversion of the names of 180 deputies signed the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister to a coalition of state law, led, after he announced in (June 9 current) that his letter on the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki did not report to the Parliament for lack of a quorum after the withdrawal of 11 deputies.
And threatened Iraq also resort with its partners to international forums to resolve the political crisis, two days after the announcement of the message sent by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the (June 9 current) to the Secretary General of the United Nations through its representative in Iraq Martin Kobler demanding that play a role in the current crisis Iraq is going through, particularly in the area of partnership and the lack of uniqueness and the State Administration infringement of freedoms and actions taken in custody.
And blocs agreed political opposition to the Prime Minister meeting, which met in Erbil, in (June 10 now), to continue to mobilize the forces of parliamentary to address the "phenomenon of control and monopolize" the management of the government, while I decided to send a message illustrative to the President of the Republic is emphasized where the validity of signatures of Representatives and the insufficient number constitutionally required to withdraw confidence.
The country is witnessing a political crisis that some observers emphasize that it is on the rise in the unity of the differences between the political blocs, having transformed from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.
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