Stream wise sees a difficulty in isolation and interrogated al-Maliki and asks: Do you remain silent?
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 15:44

Twilight News / saw the Islamic Supreme Council, led by Ammar al-Hakim, on Thursday, that the process of questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in parliament is not easy and it will open doors for a variety of discussions, keeps the crisis unresolved, after he questioned raises questions and queries.

Maliki's opponents are trying to question him in parliament to ask questions may pave the way for the withdrawal of confidence from him, most notably the accusations of its uniqueness and limited authority under the supervision of the authorities.

Because of the escalating political crisis to recent Maliki called for early elections if the critics did not agree on a common formula to end the crisis hit the country since the formation of the government, and worsened sharply after the departure of the Americans last year.
A leading figure in the Supreme Council, Jalal al-Saghir in a written statement sent to "Twilight News" via e-mail that "the process of questioning the prime minister that got it will not pass easily and will take a long time since we calculate the time."

He asked, "Considering that all the blocks will rightly wonder if questioned, the Prime Minister, silent? .. It would open a lot of information and you you will have to be discussed which will take a long time."

Saghir said he should al-Maliki and Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani, the leader of the Sadrist movement and Muqtada al-Sadr, head of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi, and the Speaker Osama Najafi direct dialogue to end the crisis.

It is believed that the process of the small displacement of Maliki's power is not easy, "Even if the withdrawal of confidence, the prime minister then would appeal this decision and this needs to go to the Federal Court, which in turn will take the time to appeal this ruling."

He said, "Today the conflict is a conflict chairs (positions) ... there is no sane person does not want to reform the political, economic, legal, social and country in all its forms because it ruins a lot."