National Alliance wants to send a delegation to Kurdistan Region
On: Tuesday 7/3/2012 1:26
Baghdad / Ghassan just
Showed the National Alliance, who leads the government wished to send a delegation to the Kurdistan region within the next few days, to put his paper reform to officials there, and to agree on setting a date for the convening of the National Congress in response to the invitation of President Jalal Talabani, while praised the coalition of state law, the position of the Sadrist movement parting question Maliki.
And discussed the meeting of the National Alliance on Sunday, according to a source close to the boss and the leader of the Reform Movement, Ibrahim Jaafari, the possibility of heading a delegation from the Alliance to the Kurdistan region, and communication with the leaders of the Iraqi List, said the source, who declined to be named (range): "Participants discussed at the meeting Alliance's desire to send a delegation to the Kurdistan region in order to put his paper reform, as well as the development of a joint agreement to hold a meeting to settle the dispute between the parties involved in the government's adoption of the Constitution. "
The paper included a reform coalition activating the role of Parliament in the legislation of laws relating to the political system such as the formation of parties, and amend the electoral system, and was met with rejection of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List, stressing the importance that the government announces its commitment to implement all the terms of agreement Erbil.
The source confirmed that the alliance will be held Tuesday a meeting "to discuss the next steps to complete the paper and move to reform the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance to hold a national meeting and the development of a joint agreement for the application of paper reformist coalition after its presentation to President Jalal Talabani."
For his part, praised the coalition of state law, the position of the Sadrist movement by refusing to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, adding that the Sadrists pulled the rug out from under the feet of claimants this option from the list members, Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan in the words of deputy state law Haitham Jubouri: "Realistically now questioning Maliki is unlikely, and the claimants this option with the Sadrist movement can not provide 164 votes, and after his withdrawal from this project to make it in the wind, and the failure is catastrophic and thus enable the Sadrists to pull the rug out from under the feet of claimants interrogation. "
As a result of the arrival of the political crisis reached a dead end agreed to the Iraqi List and the Sadr movement, the Kurdistan Alliance, to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, then turned to questioning by the Parliament.
He attributed the causes of the Attorney-Jubouri change the position of the Sadrists to the "sense of the seriousness of withdrawal of confidence, or interrogate al-Maliki after the process was conducted to evaluate the course of the political process."
The form of the National Alliance for the committee to the task of implementing his paper reformist MP Abbas al-Bayati, ready cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to make mediation efforts to urge the parliamentary blocs to accept the reform paper "showed Muqtada al-Sadr, his willingness to mediate between the National Alliance and other blocs to accept the paper good, because they absorb Notes opposition to government performance measures include a comprehensive reform in the legislature, executive and judicial. "
For his part, MP for the Iraqi List, Ahmed electrodes to apply to question the Prime Minister to the Presidency of Parliament, within the next few days as a constitutional requirement, criticizing the attitudes objecting to the right of parliamentary blocs in the accountability of any official and told (range): "We will request to question the prime Council of Ministers to the Presidency of the Parliament in the coming days to believe that a constitutional options to correct the political process and to hold those responsible for the failure of government and not the right of any party claiming faith in democracy to stand or to object to such a request because it reflects the will of the popular actress more than a hundred deputies of the members of the Iraqi and the Kurdistan Alliance and other groups. "
And the form of claimants to question al-Maliki to take upon themselves the task of developing questions to be addressed to the Prime Minister.