Zia al-Asadi: You must put a time limit for the implementation of reforms
Friday, July 6, 2012 07:00
[Baghdad - where]
Stressed the Liberal parliamentary bloc of the Sadrist movement to put a time limit to carry out the political reforms adopted by the National Alliance.
The Secretary-General of the mass of Zia al-Asadi told all of Iraq [where] "It's so far does not have a roof or schedule a special relation to the work of the political reform set up by the National Alliance and hope in the coming days there will be a program and a clear timetable for this purpose and this is confirmed by the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr that the reforms must be in a short time because we do not have more time to lose in the process of reform. "
He added that "the National Alliance to be a serious process of reform because the current political situation Aithml procrastination because all the parties involved today in the political process recognizes that there is an urgent need to resolve the crisis through the development plan and program, and then apply it and if they were not these steps, we we will make sure of The National Alliance is not serious this time in the reform process, especially when it became public and the demands of public and political parties to participate in the political process and we are optimistic that there will be a change in attitudes. "
The meeting of the political body of the INA in 26 of last June under the chairmanship of President of the Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the presence of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and all the blocks were part of the National Alliance, led to the formation of a committee called the Committee on Political Reform composed of various components of the alliance has held three meetings of the most recent first Tuesday . decided to open channels of dialogue with other political parties.
He stressed the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in response to a question from one of his followers on the Reform Committee set up by the National Alliance, the need for the Committee shall be impartial and not reform [Maalikis] as described.
Sources say the alliance that the formation of the Committee and its work was in response to a statement by the blocks gathered in Erbil and Najaf to resolve the current political crisis in preparation for the dialogue in the national meeting of all parties, and includes the work of the Commission all the papers submitted by the political blocs and the agreement of Arbil, which was formed under which the current government.
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, including the Sadrists withdraw confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after several meetings were held in each of the governorates of Erbil and Najaf. http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/