Iraq confirms that the coming days will witness the withdrawal of confidence from the government and state law deniesPublished on Mon, June 24 / 2012 13:07 |
BAGHDAD / With: MP for the Iraqi Talal Zobaie that all the blocks have become convinced that there is an urgent need to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, adding that he was prepared for the interrogation of several files will condemn al-Maliki.
Zobaie said to the reporter and the news agency the future, "After the interrogation, there will be convinced the members of Congress to withdraw confidence from the government and this is a constitutional, legal and right of the House of Representatives as it is to give confidence to the current government."
He pointed out that "the number of MPs now ready to withdraw confidence from the 176-Maliki after the Deputy briefed on the files that will be presented to the House of Representatives and condemning this government, noting that after the interrogation, we will see clouds of confidence."
For his part, MP for the rule of law Mohammed Chihod to the reporter and the news agency the future, "that the issue of withdrawal of confidence and question the prime minister will not be because there is not enough votes and the lack of convictions of members of the House of Representatives."
"The blocks, which demanded the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister was better to interrogation before you collect the votes of no confidence, but the lack of documentation and evidence against the prime minister is making the blocks are going to collect the votes."
He emphasized that the coming days there will be no question the prime minister there will be no withdrawal of confidence from the current government, stressing that what is going on a whirlwind media just do not work. "/ End
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