Alkrtani accuse the state law of being behind the withdrawal of the Sadrists from the interrogation of al-Maliki
Sunday, July 1, 2012 11:31

Deputy accused the Iraqi List, a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of being behind the withdrawal of the Sadr movement of the process of interrogation of al-Maliki in the House of Representatives.

The MP said Hamza Alkrtani told all of Iraq [where] that "the withdrawal of the Sadrists from the interrogation of al-Maliki I think they have every right to do so because his audience and his supporters were Aihamh and the opinion of the attention of the non-genuine by state law, which was filmed the interrogation process, or to withdraw trust him that it threatens the unity coalition national and attempt to divide and described the Sadrist movement lined up with the Kurds and Sunnis to disrupt the unity of Iraq. he says.

"So we appreciate the suffering of the Sadrist movement of the sensor and the pressure of popular faces and prepare his withdrawal from the project questioning and confidence falls within the political flexibility, but there is no change in official positions, but there could be differences in the mechanisms and the way to get to the main objective of a no-confidence" .

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has hinted to a decline in his movement on the question of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his confidence.

Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers about his opinion on Maliki's comments that there is no question or to withdraw the trust until after the reform of the House of Representatives that "the interrogation and the withdrawal of trust is a constitutional and legal, but the occurrence of disputes and wrangling that harm the Iraqi people and the service may be harmful to some thing and so only because the entire political process and democracy in particular is still young. "

The plans of some political blocs that defined the forces of Arbil, which is [the Iraqi List, the presidency of Iyad Allawi and the Kurdish Alliance and some political parties and political figures of parliamentary] to interrogate al-Maliki in the House of Representatives after he failed to withdraw confidence in him by President Jalal Talabani, after announcing that the last on June 9 the current The number of signatories to the request to withdraw confidence reached [160] only vice which is less than the required number of [163] and called again to hold a national meeting to resolve the political crisis.

Al-Maliki said after meeting the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, at a press conference Sunday evening in a clear rejection of it to the issue of withdrawal of confidence about him that he "does not question, nor the issue of withdrawal of confidence only when the correct development of the legislative institution, who wants to perform such work upon to correct the legal status of legislation, and address irregularities within Parliament and within the blocks that make up the Parliament; even go to question or ask another case of these issues. "

For its part, received the Presidency of the Council of Representatives in a statement that Maliki's remarks about the need to reform the legislative process before any withdrawal of confidence, or interrogation that everyone must respect the constitution should be through the presence of everyone in the Council of accountability or questioning at the request of the House of Representatives that. "

He also called al-Maliki said in a statement Wednesday to the possibility of having to call for early legislative elections in the event of other political parties refused to sit at the negotiating table [referring to the political forces demanding the withdrawal of confidence with him and question him] This means that the dissolution of the current parliament.

And al-Maliki's call for early elections mixed reaction from many of the political blocs between Altobeiran and the possibility of refusing to promise a solution to get out of the current political crisis.

It is said that the relationship between the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Sadr movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr has seen political tensions significantly, especially after the call the last and joining the political blocs claim according to the confidence-Maliki, but recently saw a decline in the position of the current al-Sadr after their announcement not to participate in the interrogation of al-Maliki.

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. Over 2.