A call for meeting of Sadrist movement and not a substitute for a national no-confide
Kurdistan Alliance: A call for the meeting of the Sadrist movement and not a substitute for a national no-confidence
Erbil, June 26 (Rn) - denied a member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the Alliance said on Tuesday that the Sadrists are an invitation for a meeting of a national alternative to attempts to withdraw confidence from the government of Nouri al-Maliki. He emphasized that the current did not change his position and his past in this regard.
He said Mahma Khalil told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) announced today that "the Sadrist movement has not changed his position on the efforts to withdraw confidence from the government, and his call to hold a national meeting," adding that "the call Moqtada al-Sadr to hold a meeting of the Parties to the political in his home in Najaf to discuss the political crisis in the country is not a substitute for measures to withdraw confidence from the government. "
He said "the issue of interrogation of al-Maliki is now in the Legal Committee of the House of Representatives, and will take legal action to be implemented in accordance with the constitutional mechanisms," adding that "there will be no alternative to the withdrawal of confidence from the government." With regard to the efforts of a coalition of state law in the development of a roadmap to end the political crisis, Khalil said, "We believe that these efforts are merely attempts to buy time and divert attention away from the action to withdraw confidence from the government and questioned Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki." He went on saying "We no longer trust any effort to reform, and we doubt that any measures implemented towards reform or a road map to resolve the political crisis as the satisfaction of the Iraqi people."
Revealed a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday, the National Alliance for the development road map will work out in the coming days in order to end the political crisis.
The National Alliance was announced last Thursday agreed to form a committee to reform and set the mechanisms of action for reform in the overall political process.
And adopt political blocs today (Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrists) efforts to withdraw confidence from the Maliki where it considers may breach the Constitution and damaged the partnership in power.
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