Communist Party: We are not a party to the current political crisis, but we are concerned with the
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 08:43

{Baghdad, Euphrates News} confirmed the Communist Party of the Iraqi political crisis in the country and continued for months, began to evolve even more arrived today to a serious condition and our interventions actress dialogues we have had with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Kurdish regional president Massoud Barzani was in order to ease the crisis and push the country to safety , indicating that the Communist Party is not a party to the crisis, but is interested in, as long as behind serious consequences detrimental to the country.

A leading figure in the Iraqi Communist Party is useful Algerian told {Euphrates News} on Tuesday that "the Communist Party is part of the political process in Iraq is concerned with progress or Tekrha like all parties to participate, and we are not a party to the ongoing conflict between the powerful blocs, which in her hand House of Representatives and the government, but we are interested in this conflict because it affects the whole country and we are part of this country. "

"We are interested in what affects people and what affects our country and whether we or not and where our project? And where to build a democratic state in Iraq?, And what we have on the democratic civilian? Will finished the reconstruction of the country and whether we have made ​​demands of the people Is it safe for people to water and electricity do a safe job and whether we analyze the problems Education and health services? These are all things to us as the conflict between the powerful forces leading to disruption of these things, or paralysis and lack of problem-solving and survival, and aggravation of this we are concerned because we are political forces and political party and part of the political process. "

And "when the worsening political situation in the country we are moving and we contact and meet and hear from political leaders, parties and blocs, we are part of the political forces in and we deal with the political process itself and we have been working together against the dictatorship and for the veto, but in time we raised with the theme building a democratic Iraq and not projection For this we communicate with them in order to not forget what we struggled for it and we have set a goal for us we strive to achieve, and therefore natural that we meet like to meet political leaders with some of them why when he meets with Communist Party with a political figure, there is a type of questions. "

He said the Algerian "It is necessary to have the party center of this scene because people started to wait for what will be behind this crisis, because the fate and life, and the future of the country is linked to these developments and we must be in the midst of these events and we have to be connected to everyone and that was our meeting Maliki has to Pena call We listened and we heard of it and we have our point of view on various issues, particularly with regard to the dilemma of the political process and the whole situation. "

"In part this situation has visited our comrade Hamid Majeed Moussa, head of the territory of Kurdistan Barzani, it is possible that we meet in the coming weeks with other parties and political leaders and we are several months before we met the president and his deputy, and we met with Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the Supreme Council and brothers the Sadrists, and the brothers in the Virtue Party and Iraqi forces and this is part of our move is necessary and what we do is not wrong but it is a part of the duty of all who are keen on the country and the people's interest because they have to act and contribute to the purification of the atmosphere and the relations between political parties. "

With regard to the proposals made ​​by the party to resolve the political crisis, said Algerian that "everyone that puts the interests of the people and the nation above all other interests, Yes We all have our own interests and our right to work for our interests, but by our own interests must be put in everyone's interest and if we put this issue into account will have the opportunity of understanding between us it is necessary to respect the demands and interests of others, it is necessary to hear and express clearly our demands and our vision and our views, it is necessary to offer reciprocal concessions because Iraq is exposed to foreign intervention blatant is not enough that Nhkoa them and condemn them and condemn, but must Nhsn domestic front even Nrdm and bridge all the gaps that pass through outside intervention. "

He added: "The proposals that we offer in this context, we especially get rid of sectarian and ethnic and adopt the principle of citizenship and go back to the Constitution, which says evenly among the Iraqis, despite their religion and nationalism, intellectual, and Iraqi political, whether they are men or women, all are equal, it must proceed from this, nor we build our best and our work on the basis of sectarian quotas that have brought us to the predicament that we are experiencing today, we always say in our meetings should begin the process of building a democratic state's new civilian and embark in the process of economic reconstruction and development of the country is no way but to get rid of the sectarian and rely on the principle of citizenship This we say and repeat it constantly. "

He held the Communist Party a few days ago a number of visits to political leaders, including to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the territory of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani to discuss political situation and current developments in the region, and to emphasize the need to unify the national front, and resorting to dialogue on the basis of the constitution.

The members of the delegation of the Iraqi Communist Party for their support as proposed by the Prime Minister in his call for dialogue or go to the polls early and resolve the political crisis of constitutional procedures.

The country is facing a political crisis since for quite some time but has worsened recently and went to the extent the claim of no confidence for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as the demands of the Iraqi List and the mass of the Liberals and the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, has collected signatures of deputies and handed over the signatures to President Jalal Talabani to persuade him to submit a request withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki to the House of Representatives, but he did not submit this request to the parliament for lack of a quorum for the full withdrawal of confidence. ended m