Maliki calls for Iraqi Kurdistan and the formation of committees to meet with the Committee on Reform

Said State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, that the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance to form committees to meet with the committee charged with preparing a paper reform, noting that the work of the reform is not a substitute for the work of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference.

And the National Alliance last week, an official invitation to all the political blocs to start a direct dialogue on a reform package to overcome the current political crisis.

The leader of the Coalition Mohammed Chihod that "the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance to form committees to meet with the committee that prepared the reform paper by the National Alliance," noting that "the reform of the Commission divided its work in two phases."

Chihod explained that the "Reform Committee stripped the problems and develop solutions and mechanisms, and its second phase, is to move on the political forces for the purpose of an integrated exit repaired."

He Chihod that "the Commission is to complete the reform of the National Congress, who called him President Jalal Talabani, is not a substitute for the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference."

And aggravated the political crisis in the country for more than three months, especially after the issuance of an arrest warrant against 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 efforts to 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, as confirmed Maliki's critics that they are involved questioning, in accordance with the Constitution and will not back down from their decision.

And form an alliance to withdraw confidence from the Maliki legal committee comprising two representatives from each party and began its work in Erbil to discuss the legal frameworks for questioning.

Despite the insistence of Iraq and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrist movement to withdraw confidence from Maliki, but the coalition is talking about the recent breakthrough is close to the political crisis and solutions is the looming issue of withdrawal of confidence from the government positions have vanished after Talabani.