Deputy for Law: We will move on the rest of the political blocs to persuade them to dismiss from office Najafi

Monday, June 25, 2012 08:10

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates MP for the State of Law coalition in the National Alliance WIN Haitham al-Jubouri, that his bloc will move to the rest of the political blocs in the issue of withdrawal of confidence from the House of Representatives Speaker Osama al.

The deputies of the coalition of state law called for the withdrawal of confidence from Najafi, a leader of the Iraqi List, and a claimant to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.Jubouri said in a statement to the Euphrates News Agency {} on Monday that "the members of the coalition of state law will act on all the political blocs, bringing with them the documents and evidence of official condemns Speaker Osama Najafi brothers to persuade the parties the question of his dismissal from the Council.

The Chairman of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi said earlier he was not opposed to view request to withdraw his confidence if he secured a sufficient number of signatures, Mbibna that his is not a monopoly on it.

Najafi said at a news conference in the parliament building and was attended by the correspondent of the News Agency {Euphrates} last Thursday, "I do not mind to view the request to withdraw trust me if there was sufficient quorum of signatories to the demand.

He added that "any request for the withdrawal of confidence, whether the Prime Minister or President of the Council of Representatives or the President is the constitutional demands is no fear of repercussions on the Iraqi people because the links that bind the components of the Iraqi people a strong and solid and can not be shaken.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has been accused during his meeting with a delegation from the tribes in Salahuddin province, earlier the President of the House of Representatives as "weak," noting that "this vulnerability disable cause the laws that are in the interest of citizens and reflect negatively on the performance of the government." Ended 11 p.m.