|Kurdistan reveals the House of Representatives of the five candidates to question al-Maliki?
Palm - An Alliance of Kurdistan that five deputies representing the parties to Erbil were nominated to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House of Representatives, and as he emphasized that the Kurds will not remain silent in the event succeeded al-Maliki to stay in power after the interrogation, he added that it is too early to talk about any withdrawal from the government at a time the current.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance Farhad Atrushi told media that he has been nominated five names to interrogate al-Maliki in parliament, and they I personally, by deputies from the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, Salman Jumaili, and MP for the block free of the Sadrist movement Maha league, and the independent MP Sabah al-Saadi.
Otherwise that Atrushi pointed out that these names are not final, indicating that it will choose one of these Balttuaq between the parties to Erbil to carry out the interrogation.
The Atrushi that the Kurdistan Alliance is determined to change the Prime Minister and stressed that the alliance will not stop at the end of questioning in the event succeeded al-Maliki with coverage, and added, "will not be silent on this issue, as said Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani," but he pointed out that "Any step in this direction (change the al-Maliki) will certainly be within the constitutional and legal frameworks."
Did not rule out Atrushi be withdrawal of the Kurds from the government one of the options in the success of al-Maliki to stay his job, but he considered that "the decision is up to all of the coalition of Kurdish blocs and political leadership in the Kurdistan region," stressing at the same time that "it is premature to talk about the withdrawal of the government. "
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said after meeting the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in (June 24, 2012) that there will be any questioning of his or withdraw confidence from it before it is "correct state of the parliament," and accused the latter that he turns a blind eye to parliamentarians accused of " terrorism and fraud, "stressing that he did not stay there any solution to the opposition parties but to accept the dialogue, the Constitution and to sit at the negotiating table.
Expressed in the Kurdistan Alliance, on Monday (June 25, 2012), from the hadeeth of al-Maliki was surprised, saying it defies the Constitution, the state and democracy, while he added that it aims to put pressure on the Speaker Osama Najafi.
The head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani during a meeting with foreign ministers of Sweden, Poland and Bulgaria, on June 24, the current, continuing efforts to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, pointing to the existence of a committee of parliamentarians summoned to pave the way for this purpose.
The party, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) led by President Jalal Talabani and Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Barzani stressed, in (June 23, 2012), their adherence to the procedures for withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister, and made it clear that their efforts this conducted in coordination with other parties taking into account the constitutional responsibilities of the President of the Republic.
As was the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi announced that, in (June 20 current) for the formation of committees of legal and political questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in preparation for the withdrawal of confidence from it, saying it seeks to expand the coalition that formed recently with the Kurds and the Sadr trend to include the spectra of all the people.
But the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, seen in the position Newcomer, in June 24, 2012, that a national meeting is very difficult under the current circumstances between the political blocs and pointed out that he is not interested in it, as reiterated that he would not support the draft to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki If the last committed to the principle of partnership in governance and not to marginalize others.
It is noteworthy that President Jalal Talabani, who is subject to medical tests in Germany threatened, in the (June 16 now), to resign if forced to change his convictions, asserting that his office requires impartiality and unity.