Iraq confirmed that the reform does not need to paper but to the application

Renewed Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi confirmed on Monday that the interrogation of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the House is still standing, as showed that the reform process does not need to paper but to initiate the application.

And the National Alliance, the day before yesterday a formal invitation to all the political blocs to start a direct dialogue on a package of reforms beyond the current political crisis.

And Reform Commission said it completed the first phase of the reform draft paper and to be offered on the political blocs to evaluate and begin to apply.

A spokesman for the National Accord Movement affiliated to the Iraqi Hadi Zalmi told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is still standing, and the fraternity that does not look to the interrogation process as a target but a reform may benefit them."

The Zalmi that "the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, so far not seen the draft reform paper prepared by the National Alliance, and Iraqi forces believe that the reform process does not require paper, but you need to start the application directly."

And form an alliance to withdraw confidence from the Maliki legal committee comprising two representatives from each party and began its work in Erbil to discuss the legal frameworks for questioning.

Despite the insistence of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrist movement to withdraw confidence from Maliki, but the coalition is talking about the recent breakthrough is close to the political crisis and solutions is the looming issue of withdrawal of confidence from the government positions have vanished after Talabani.

The Sadrist movement has recently said he would not participate in the interrogation of al-Maliki and the parliament would accept the vote in favor of withdrawal of confidence.