Deputy for Iraq: Maliki's threats of new elections and a pressure of the House to abandon the process of withdrawal of confidence
Friday, June 29, 2012 08:30

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates count for the Iraqi List MP, Hamza Alkrtani, the decision of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's calls for early elections and a pressure of the House to abandon the process of withdrawal of confidence in him.

"He called on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki earlier for early elections to resolve the current political crisis in the country.
Alkrtani said in a statement to the Euphrates News Agency {} today that "calls launched by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's calls for early elections is a pressure on House members to give up the decision process of withdrawal of confidence about him."

"We have a Prime Minister to reconsider this action actor to hold new elections, Maliki does not forget that he was born from the womb of the House of Representatives and became prime minister of this has to do justice to the legislative institution.

He said that "the right to take the Minister Rais decision to hold early elections, but the move is a coup against the democratic process because there is no move in the principle of peaceful transfer of power.

"He stressed that "al-Maliki gives messages to the Iraqi street and the political partners that Iraq needs a leader, one party to one of his administration and is unacceptable because it is incompatible with the democratic system in Iraq.

"The country is facing a political crisis since for quite some time but has worsened recently and went to the extent the claim of no confidence for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as the demands of the Iraqi List and the mass of the Liberals and the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, has collected signatures of deputies and handed over the signatures to President Jalal Talabani to persuade him to submit a request withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki to the House of Representatives, but he did not submit this request to the parliament for lack of a quorum for the full withdrawal of confidence, declaring that the number of signatures received by a signature is 160 only.

After the failure of the forces of Arbil collect a sufficient number of votes went to the interrogation process by the House of Representatives, through the formation of three committees dealing with the process of interrogation.