continue to seek to question al-Maliki and the next week or the next
Deputy for Iraq: continue to seek to question al-Maliki and the next week or the next will make the motion to the presidency of Parliament
Friday, July 13, 2012 09:42
[Baghdad - where]
MP for the WIN center coalition in the coalition in Iraq Mohammed Iqbal continued to seek to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, noting that "the next week or next week will formally apply to the presidency of the parliament."
He told all of Iraq [where] the day that "the committee formed to complete the automatic interrogation completed all the files that will be questioned al-Maliki on them and that caused the delay of a study paper of reform made by the Committee on political reforms, formed by the National Alliance and the knowledge of this paper."
Iqbal stressed that "the interrogation does not conflict with the reforms because it is the vision of seeking for questioning part of the reform on the grounds that there are signs and a defect in the political process and that the notice of others that there is a bug and submit a paper to remedy it supports the vision of the first party."
He predicted that "witnessing the next week or next week, make a formal request for interrogation," noting that he "did not specify the until now deputy who will be the process of interrogation."
Plans to the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance request to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Parliament as a way to question al-Maliki another no-confidence after his inability to persuade President Jalal Talabani, submit a request to withdraw confidence from Maliki to Parliament.
He Iqbal expressed his hope that "there will be flexibility and formulated in this paper a different way from the papers prior to that we do not want to add a link failure of the episodes of the previous quorum disappointed serious as it must be Htak ceilings specified time and new considerations and consistent blocks, which will be discussed this paper and provided guarantees And what is her reaction in the absence of commitment to it. "
He noted that "the paper in the case presented in the same framework, and political psychology in a paper agreement Arbil, which was formed through which the Government will reject by all the political spectrum, but if A_i_arna it was written in the same new, the will of a real out of the crisis, and that includes the main demands of the paper Arbil, I think it would be There is talk of another. "
The National Alliance was announced last Sunday to complete the paper reforms, drawn up by a committee of seven members in it, indicating that the paper will be put on the rest of the political blocs.
Included paper reforms, 3 points is to invite all political parties to review the situation in the light of the political crisis experienced by the country and to invite the political parties to deal with the call for dialogue positively and put all the files, but on the basis of commitment to the Constitution as well as inviting partners to discuss important issues and find solutions according to the limits of time In addition to the media's commitment to the truce.
On the failure of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to attend the questioning session Iqbal said that he "does not have a person above the law and that failure to attend al-Maliki or any other indicator of the presence of the Minister of a major crisis in Iraq."
And on the changing position of the Sadrist movement from question to question al-Maliki said Iraqi MP that "everything in the political process as possible and unexpected is that the Sadrist movement emphasizes the Thvazath and position of the performance of government and the Prime Minister and may become, a change in some particulars, but we say that the questioning does not need the same number of votes of no confidence, so it is past and the Sadr movement will join those who seek to withdraw confidence. "
Iqbal statements regarding promised to dissolve parliament and hold new elections as a "fictional statements and can not be applied and so that authorized them to realize that the House of Representatives is the one who resolves itself, a difficult thing at this stage."
And that "the big dilemma is that the Commission can not hold provincial elections in the light of the timetable and the financial allocations and the end of its mandate, if so how was the dissolution of the parliament."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that in the event of failure to resolve the political crisis and a national meeting, he will dissolve parliament and hold early elections. Ended 11