Sadrists withdraw from the Commission to reform the orders of their leader, Moqtada al-Sadr
Posted 08/07/2012 12:53 PM
BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation"
reliable source told the site "squares of liberation", said the Sadrist movement has decided to withdraw from the Commission of Reform on the orders of its leader, Muqtada al-Sadr.
The source added that the leaders of the Sadrist movement and the "Iraqi" and "Kurdistan Alliance" have decided to proceed with the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in parliament.
To the Congress announced that a coalition of law need to adopt the constitution in the mandate of its leader, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third session.

Mr. al-Sadr in the end of the meeting of Irbil last April

The paper "National Alliance" reform, including the refusal to block the Liberal representative of the Sadrist movement, to renew the mandate of the al-Maliki, meanwhile, announced the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, the need to identify the three presidencies two sessions only.
MP for the "Liberal bloc," Awad al-Awadi, described the adherence to the rule of law by the Constitution on the mandate of the President government as a "disclaimer for important item reported in the paper reform to be achieved within the coalition as a government is led by, and then move towards the parliamentary blocs other to accept the contents of the paper reform."
and ruled out the MP for the "state of law" subject the constitutional articles of a political agreement, stressing that the forces of the National Alliance: "agreed to conduct reform the adoption of the constitutional articles, and the issue of the mandate of the Prime Minister who should be subject to a referendum, part of the process of constitutional amendments."
Since the outbreak of the political crisis, and the announcement of the invitation of President Jalal Talabani to hold a national conference to overcome the dispute between the parties involved in the government, He stressed his coalition to hold on to the constitution to resolve the outstanding issues with its partners, who demanded the implementation of the terms of agreement Arbil to achieve the principle of partnership in the management of the country.
According to the followers of Shan Iraqi politician, the claim of Maliki's coalition to uphold the Constitution, although it contains a lot of material before the amendment, is an abdication of agreements with its partners, and allies, especially the Sadrists, who Akhadd the importance of achieving reform to overcome the political crisis.