Sadr renewed his call for the collection of votes to withdraw confidence from the Maliki
| on 24.6.2012 | Author AN | Log In twenty-nine |


BAGHDAD / electronic integrity

New cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Saturday, his call for a list of Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan to gather 124 votes, and as he emphasized that he will add the last forty votes in the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, he warned, "There is no bad consequences."

Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers, received the "integrity of electronic" copy of it, on the rumors on the "wiggle" his position on the subject of withdrawal of confidence, "Our partners are stationary and we add them 40 votes in the event they have 124 votes."

He said al-Sadr warned of the repercussions of topic by saying, "but I hope not to drag the country to no bad consequences, the policy does not have a heart."