Vice reveals the secrets to meet with Maliki Balngeevi

On: Sun 07/15/2012 2:29
Baghdad / Iyad al-Tamimi
revealed the source of a parliamentary coalition of the Iraqi List, the details of Maliki's visit and a delegation from the state of law to the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, saying that "they came to agree on the laws of code inside the Parliament sent by the government for more than two years and in addition to 152 bill, including oil and gas law "is rejected from the Kurdistan Alliance, he demanded a draft law which was launched in 2007 and agreed to by the blocks at the time.

The source, who declined to be named told the reporter term in Parliament that "the meeting was agreed a week ago, and that al-Maliki urged Nujaifi to consider a set of laws sent from the government to be included on the agenda for discussion and voting on them." The source pointed out that "Najafi had promised Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during the visit to include these laws in the current legislative term," explaining that "This agreement falls within the reform paper adopted by the National Alliance for the withdrawal of Iraq from the current political crisis." The source added that "Najafi sought in recent days to hold a meeting with the President and the Prime Minister to put all the files and discussed extensively and wide," asserting "that the speaker does not have any reservations about the reform paper, but he called on Prime Minister to implement time-sensible." Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has visited, in the July 12, 2012, House Speaker Osama Najafi in his office in Baghdad with a delegation of the National Alliance, to offer his condolences for the death of his wife and mother. Is considered to meet with Maliki and Najafi first in nearly four months, after the crisis has intensified between them after the claims of no confidence for Prime Minister and the participation of the President of parliament meetings of Erbil, Najaf, and calls MPs from the coalition of state law to withdraw confidence from Najafi.