Iyad Allawi is a paper of the National Reform "rumors" for the purpose of gaining tim
Iyad Allawi is a paper of the National Reform "rumors" for the purpose of gaining time
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2012 09:42
Twilight News / counting of former Prime Minister and leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, on Thursday, the paper intends to reform the National Alliance, which provided for the rest of the political parties "common" spin every now and then for the purpose of gaining time.
He said the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi in a press statement seen by the "Twilight News" that "the paper intends to put forward the reform of the National Alliance, who leads the current government, are just rumors now and then for the purpose of gaining time."
Allawi said that "the Iraqi List did not provide a paper reform, and securities adopted in this regard was first approved by the House of Representatives earlier, before the ratification of the security agreement between Iraq and the United States, and the second agreement Erbil, and that there is nothing new about what is announced by some of the reforms ".
Allawi said that "the political crisis will continue until the time of the next legislative elections in 2014."
He said the existing Iraqi President, "We believe that what is being put by the National Alliance on the reform document can not be applied for the simple reason is the withdrawal of Moqtada al-Sadr of reform despite being a part of the coalition," emphasizing "the difficulty of achieving reform in the current stage."
The National Alliance announced the formation of a committee with the task of reform and move to the parties participating in the government to accept its provisions in preparation for a meeting expanded to overcome the fundamental crisis response to a call in this regard raised by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.
The mass of the Liberal parliamentary represent the Sadr movement questioned, last Sunday, seriously reform committee to solve problems and outstanding issues between the political blocs, while confirming that the work of the Commission depends on the acceptance of blocs of Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan, usually the failure of the "real threat" to the political process in the country.