The Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs, on Saturday, welcomed the paper of the reforms advocated by the National Alliance, in which he described as the end of the process of withdrawal of confidence. According to a statement.

The statement quoted the leader of the coalition in Iraq Saleh al-Mutlaq said that "the very outskirts of Arbil, the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was similar to the reforms advocated by the National Alliance."

While going through the country's long-running political crisis, the blocks (Alliance of Kurdistan and Iraq and the Sadrists) have decided to go to question al-Maliki and the withdrawal of confidence by the House of Representatives on the back of provisions not to apply to the proposed reform of the blocks in the three social Erbil and Najaf.

But efforts stalled by the refusal of the blocks most of the components of the National Alliance and supporters of the owners of the rest of the blocks and down the Sadrists for his support for the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki, Maliki's critics, underscoring that they are involved questioning, in accordance with the Constitution and will not back down from their decision.

The National Alliance has confirmed that the reforms will be designed to achieve the legislative enactment of laws relating to the main outstanding issues and expand the principle of partnership in decision-making and to resolve outstanding issues and not to politicize the judiciary.