06/30/2012 17:21

Rejection of Nuri al-Maliki, the prime minister and leader of a coalition of state law, a proposal made ​​by the members of the Sadrist bloc requires mandatory term of two sessions for their quest to solve the crisis with the rest of the parties,
said Salman al-Musawi, a member of a coalition of state law and a close associate of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that the latter would not approve the request for the establishment of his mandate at all , noting that it was up to the Iraqi people.
Moussawi said that "al-Maliki would not agree to any request by selecting its mandate to the prime minister because the issue is contrary to the Constitution and determined by the Iraqi people." He explained that "determine the state determined by the Iraqi people through elections." The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement after a meeting of the General Authority for the National Alliance is the latter that he leaves his candidacy for a third term for the people's choice, noting if there is a desire for his nomination for another term, he would not reject. The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has said that he would not agree to renew the mandate of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third session and the meeting in Arbil had agreed to limit the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister two sessions and only retroactively. He says a coalition of state law that advocates establishing the mandate for two-Maliki only afraid of winning the next election in 2014 after a surge in popularity.