Iraq says to call for early elections, lack of political support
Baghdad, June 28 (Rn) - considered the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi on Thursday, call for early elections in Iraq, a constitutional, but stressed that the call lacks political support in the House of Representatives.
A spokesman for the movement of reconciliation were part of the Iraqi List Hadi Zalmi told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "to call for early elections is a constitutional, even though we had reservations on the timing of the call being a reaction to the efforts to question the prime minister Nuri al-Maliki."
said Zalmi that "Maliki's call lacks the elements of implementation, on the grounds that parties are unwilling to dissolve the House of Representatives so we can not for the owners and his coalition to obtain the required majority. "
and called for al-Maliki on Tuesday in response to a statement issued by the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to hold early elections in the country to contain the ongoing political crisis since the time he described as "run."
The position of the menu Iraqi consistent with the position of the Kurdistan Alliance, who described yesterday's call by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to hold early elections as "unrealistic and unfortunate" and said it came a reaction to the efforts being questioned by some political parties.
Article 62 of the Iraqi Constitution that the House of Representatives resolved by an absolute majority of its members at the request of a third of its members, or a request from the Prime Minister and approval of the President of the Republic, may not be dissolved during the period of questioning of the Prime Minister. From: Raman Brosk, RN and fulfillment Zangana