Kurdistan Alliance: We are not sure that the questioning will lead to the withdrawal
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The leader of the Kurdistan Alliance Raundozi, Tuesday, that the parties meeting of Irbil insist on questioning in parliament, saying that their way is unconstitutional, but he questioned at the same time that up questioning to the desired result of no confidence for Prime Minister because of the change Many of the positions of the parties.
The Raundozi told (Voices of Iraq) that "the meetings of the Parliament will return on Tuesday to convene, and then the meeting will be held deliberative with the rest of the parties in the subject set a date to question the prime minister, and attempts are in fact in order to determine the characters who would question the prime minister and determine the issues to be questioning them, and therefore must meet the legal committee of the pop-up for this matter. "
He added that "some parties insist on questioning, and I think that the interrogation issue unconstitutional, but where will the questioning, this is something completely different, and because the interrogation will not lead with certainty to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, due to change a lot of positions Many parties now considering this issue in another way. "
He insists all of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi bloc to the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, at the time of the formation of a committee of the reforms by the National Alliance as a way to resolve the political crisis in Iraq, and in the meantime revealed the Sadrists for his withdrawal from the option of questioning and the withdrawal of trust and preference of the reforms.
For his part, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the end stage of withdrawal of confidence with him, calling either for dialogue or recourse to the option of early elections, which caused a sensation in political circles.
Iraq is gripped by a severe political crisis for several months and escalated gradually to reach its peak in the last two months with the demand that a number of political forces to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and substituted another candidate, accusing him of not implementing the agreements and dispose of dictatorship, as opposed other forces calling for holding a national dialogue to ask problems and address them and to achieve the required reforms.
And sought a coalition with the Iraqi Kurdistan Alliance in coordination with the Sadrist movement, to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, accusing him of exclusivity power and violating the constitution and the failure to state administration, but failed with the rejection of President Jalal Talabani invited to submit a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the Maliki, That was why those forces to go to question in parliament, and the withdrawal of his confidence after securing 164 votes, before changing his position, and the Sadrist movement back down from supporting the efforts of no-confidence against the trend towards the reforms announced by the National Alliance and form a committee to achieve them.
The Talabani refused to respond to the request of the forces that wish to dismiss al-Maliki, noting that the signatures received by the MPs from those parties did not reach 164 signatures which had been requested guaranteed previously agreed to apply to parliament for a vote of no confidence, and stressed the President that the best way to overcome the crisis politics is the tendency to hold a national conference with the participation of all parties to discuss all the differences and address the negative aspects faced by the political process.
The raised position Talabani refuses to apply for withdrawal of confidence available to him constitutionally, criticized the coalition in Iraq and block free of the Sadrist movement and deputy of the Kurdistan Alliance, representing the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which considered the position of Talabani is expected, as confirmed those parties that it would continue its efforts to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister through questioning in parliament.
The series of meetings held in Arbil (28/4 and 29/5) and Najaf (19/5) and Sulaymaniyah (30/5), in which the leaders of the coalition in Iraq and representatives of the Sadrist movement as well as the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, to determine the attitudes of the political crisis and out of view on the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has extended the conferees gave a specific time for the National Alliance for the selection of an alternative to Maliki, and ended in the last period (26/5).
The President of the Republic presented in (5.18) initiative of the eight points to resolve the political crisis included a stop media campaigns and discourse convulsive, and the adoption of the Constitution as a reference with a commitment to the agreements made on the basis of partnership government, and ensure the independence of the system-election, and providing the requirements of fair elections for provincial councils in 2013 The Council of Representatives in 2014, and to ensure that the principle of separation of powers and independence of the judiciary, the adoption of the Federal Court Act, and complete implementation of the commitments set forth in the Constitution, the adoption of necessary laws, such as oil and gas law.
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