Allawi questioned in parliament

BAGHDAD / follow-up to the East: - publicly that a source familiar with the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi will come to Baghdad to attend meetings of the House of Representatives to be held the coming days. The source said: "Allawi will attend the meetings of the House of Representatives, one of the next question will be Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki." He said: "The problem of the Legal Committee to develop a mechanism of interrogation and the creation of his questions would end its work soon to start questioning." The masses are consistent to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a coalition of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement, failed to collect enough signatures for the withdrawal of confidence, making it calls to question al-Maliki in the House of Representatives. But the head of the parliamentary Liberal of the Sadrist movement Bahaa al-Araji said later in a mass non-participation of the interrogation process. He said al-Araji, "We not share in the process of interrogation of al-Maliki, but wait to bring together the Kurdistan Alliance and the coalition in Iraq / / 124 votes to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, and then add it / / 40 votes after generating convictions complete our interrogation." Despite the tightening of Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan to the questioning of al-Maliki during the coming period in the House of Representatives, but the MP for the Iraqi List and the unit Jumaili announced Tuesday that there are contacts and political moves behind the scenes between the bloc Arbil - Najaf State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. added Jumaili in a press statement that: "If these meetings resulted in concessions agreements for the implementation of Arbil, the crisis is over before the interrogation of al-Maliki.