Mahmoud Othman: the political blocs to question al-Maliki either speed up or make repairs
Thursday, July 12, 2012 09:17

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates called the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mahmoud Othman, the various political blocs to speed up the questioning of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki or effect repairs as quickly as possible.

Plans to the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance to apply to parliament to question al-Maliki as another way to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki after a failure to persuade President Jalal Talabani to apply to withdraw confidence from Maliki to Parliament while announced the National Alliance to complete the paper reforms in order to end the political crisis which carry the under the country.

Osman said the Euphrates News Agency {today} "on the political blocs in different directions which calls to question whether al-Maliki or those that want to do the reforms, the resolution of its affairs as soon as possible because the delay harms the interests of the country and the citizen."

He added that "the unresolved political decisions and leave it loose cast a negative impact on the reality of the country as it did the political differences that led to the length of the arrival of the political situation to what it is now."

The minister said that "the political blocs demanding resolving their positions do not remain this way because people want to know where things will go?".

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 11 p.m.