Sadr's movement: political blocs dealt coolly with tight chest and went to the point of no confidence
Thursday 28 2012 16:30
MP for the block free of the Sadrist movement Riad al-Zaidi, Thursday, that the political blocs have dealt coolly with eight points from a leader of the Sadrist movement, which included nine points and went to the point of withdrawal of confidence from the government, pointing out that the trend did not call directly for the withdrawal of confidence.
Sumerian News / Baghdad
He said al-Zaidi said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Sadrists put nine points are very important and necessary for the political process and it was possible through state-building integrated," and expressed deep regret that "some of the blocks dealt with the points coldly and I went to the eighth point, which provides to withdraw confidence from the government. "
He said Zaidi that "the attitude of the Sadrist movement is convergence of views between the political blocs and reunification and stay away from convulsions and conflicts that impacted negatively on service delivery," pointing out that "a chest of Erbil were frank and provides for a reform that starts from the national partnership and power sharing and non-uniqueness and build a complete filling of vacancies of security. "
The al-Zaidi "The Sadrists did not call directly to the withdrawal of confidence from the government, but in the absence of reforms, or dealing with it, and when they do not meet the government's promises Back then, it will be the Sadrists part of the people who watch the political process and held accountable for each of the trades or are reluctant to perform National Service. "
The State of Law Coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki announced on June 26, 2012, that the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr left the square to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister and consort with the position of the National Alliance of the Central, a few hours after the declaration of the mass free of the stream they would not participate in the process of interrogation of al-Maliki in Parliament, but stressed its commitment to the vote of no confidence in the event of successful political blocs to submit 124 votes.
And coincides this Declaration, with Sadr's position has come about (in the June 24, 2012), which renewed the assertion that he would not support the project in case of no-confidence Maliki committed to reforms required and the principle of partnership in governance and not to marginalize others.
The recent attitudes shift in the positions of the Sadrist movement after he was Vice-XL and signed the paper-confidence motion submitted to the President of the Republic, and after assurances Sadr said he is no way to resolve the crisis in Iraq, only to replace Maliki, the latest from the National Alliance (June 20 this month).
The Prime Minister said, 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," which criticized the presidency of the House of Representatives on Wednesday (June 27 now), and stressed the need for the presence of al-Maliki to interrogation Pursuant to what the dictates of the the Constitution.
And met with Maliki's comments, a series of reactions, has seen the Kurdistan Alliance, it challenges that the modern constitution, the state and democracy and is trying to pressure the President of parliament, Osama Najafi, also considered the Iraqi List, to ignore Maliki's demand for interrogation, "a continuation to the method of uniqueness" to power, and warned that Amadah this approach will show the country at risk.
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.
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.
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