Kurdistan: the government's position is contradictory between the dissolution of parliament and the postponement of provincial elections
Erbil, July 5 (Rn) - The deputy of the Kurdistan Alliance, said on Thursday that the position of the Federal Government "ambivalent" about the early elections and the postponement of elections judge and the provinces is an attempt to reshuffle the cards in order to circumvent the process of withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance Mahma Khalil said in a statement that "the federal government to conduct provincial elections, rather than claim to dissolve parliament and hold early elections."
He added that "the provincial elections a constitutional issue is very important is not entitled to a manipulation of the date of conduct."
He pointed out that "the paradoxical position of the federal government from the election suggesting an attempt to confuse and circumvent the process of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."
Tensions within the Iraqi government, which includes blocks of Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish since December when the government sought to arrest Vice President Tariq marginal.
The efforts to question the prime minister Maliki had stalled by the refusal of most of the components of the National Alliance and supporters of the owners of the rest of the blocks, while critics of Maliki confirms that they are involved questioning, in accordance with the Constitution and will not fall back on their decision.
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