Iraq threatens no-confidence vote in absentia in the event of failure to attend al-Ma
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Iraq threatens no-confidence vote in absentia in the event of failure to attend al-Maliki
On: Saturday 06/30/2012 20:25
State law says it will not stand deduced from questioning whether professionally
BAGHDAD - Ismail Hakki
Confirmed that the existing House of Representatives will take tough measures, including the vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the absence of the latter to attend the questioning session in the House, as deputy for a coalition of state law that «his coalition will not be stood against the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al- Maliki in the House «.
The MP said the Iraqi List, Talal Zobaie's (Citizen) that failure to attend al-Maliki to the House of Representatives evidence that he robbed the right of the will of the Iraqi people represented in Parliament and therefore not attending, or any word or statement against the House of Representatives from the government is proof that there is great imbalance in government and want to be heading to the attention away from things partial strategic matters. Zobaie said that if al-Maliki did not attend to the House of Representatives will take tough measures in this respect, including resort to a vote of no confidence without attending to the House of Representatives.
Meanwhile, a deputy, a coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi, told all of Iraq «we will not stand against the interrogation of al-Maliki, but we want interrogation professionally as it should be questioned did not violate the Constitution and to the contrary, it is not possible to verify the interrogation process«.
And «that if questioned Maliki, he will show how many files reveal abuses and constitutional violations committed by the House of Representatives and disable many of the laws required by the government in building the institutions of the State and care of the interests of the people«.
The MP for the National Alliance, Jaafar al-Moussawi, was considered that «the talk of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki before there was a meeting and listen to the interrogator is contrary to justice, and will lose the interrogation content», indicating that «the talk should be focused now on the interrogation and not Withdrawal of confidence ».
The al-Moussawi «failure to reach a decision to withdraw the trust even if the interrogation», pointing out that «no-confidence needs to be 163 votes, and we are subject to political consensus».
For her part, MP for the Iraqi bloc of free high-Nassif, in a press statement on Saturday that «the responsibility of government solidarity and if there is any failure to provide services to citizens is assumed that all the ministers involved in this failure», pointing out that «This means that the question the prime minister alone will not bring any benefit ».
The «So it is very important that the government is questioning the whole cabin and accountability of all the ministers of any default on the Badr them and to hold the blocks that were nominated for these ministries as betrayed the trust placed in the Iraqi citizens in the elections».
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Wednesday that the subject of censure him over, and pointed out that the problems are not solved outside the framework of the Constitution, also considered that early elections are the only solution left if you disagree with the political blocs to dialogue to resolve the current crisis.
Iraq is gripped by political crisis that lasted for several months due to the escalation of disputes between the political blocs on matters concerning the partnership in the state administration as well as other files, has resulted in the continuation of the crisis to the request of some political blocs to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after several meetings were held in each of the provinces of Erbil and Najaf. http://tiny.cc/6lzpgw