Deputy for Maliki's coalition: the Committee on political reforms begin its work next week
12/07/2012 19:57

Erbil, July 12 (Rn) - The MP for the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, said on Thursday that the National Alliance, will begin moving to the Reform Commission to inform political blocs on the contents of next week. A statement seen by agency Kurdistan News (Rn), a copy of the Attorney Maliki as saying that the "paper of political reform to be submitted by the Coalition of QNB for its partners in the political process centered in the two first the needs of the citizen as a right holder, the first in the reform, with respect to the second side by the Constitution and the importance of commitment during the development of reforms in order to get out of the current crisis in the country." and declared Chairman of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, last Sunday, on the completion of political reform paper prepared by the committee set up for this purpose, as called for direct dialogue with all political blocs on the outstanding issues. "The Reform Committee set next week start date for work teams to move toward political partners, "noting that" the difference of the Committee before it worked great until the access to the visualization of the final serve the political process and achieve the reforms desired and waited for the citizens a lot. " and exacerbated the political crisis in the country for more than three months, especially after the issuance of an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and the decision of dismissal of the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq of the office, and added her to subsequent crisis in Baghdad and Erbil over oil. stalled bid blocks (Alliance of Kurdistan and Iraq and the Sadrists) calling to question al-Maliki and the withdrawal of confidence by the House of Representatives by the refusal of most of the components of the National Alliance and supporters of the owners of the rest of the blocks, with Critics of al-Maliki confirms that they are involved questioning, in accordance with the Constitution and will not back down from their decision. Open: Joseph Karwan