Military: Sharing the formation of an alliance between al-Maliki and Najafi and al-Mutlaq to get rid of the sectarian debates

Where - 08/27/2012 - 9:17 am

The MP said the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari, "he does not have objection to the formation of a coalition of State of Law coalition and limbs of the Iraqi List."The military told all of Iraq [where] "He does not mind finding an alliance in the next phase breaks or out of the ordinary of alliances past such as State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with lists political leadership leaders in Iraq, including Osama Najafi and Saleh al-Mutlaq."He continued, "We believe that the national project, which includes all sects and ethnic groups is the right way to move the political process and away or get rid of the enticements of sectarianism and nationalism," adding that "the provincial elections is a station for the general election in terms of the formation of alliances or measuring the size of the political forces and their impact in the arena which laboratory-like if you will to see the ability of the political parties in the coalition together and work together with each other. "And saw the last few days rapprochement between leader of a coalition of state law Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and some leaders of the Iraqi List, where he met al-Maliki on Sunday with Prime Representatives Osama Najafi leader of the list [Iraqi] internalized in the Iraqi List and agreed on the need to resolve some of the files and the laws outstanding notably naming ministers of security and legislation oil and gas law and the amnesty law and the law of accountability and justice.Also saw the relationship between Maliki and the deputy leader of the Iraqi Saleh al-Mutlaq closer, especially after the withdrawal of the first request of the House of Representatives the judge to withdraw confidence from the al-Mutlaq and submitted after the dispute broke out between them on the back-Mutlaq accused the owners of the "dictator".For his part, MP for the Iraqi List Raad Dahlaki convergence of views between Najafi and Maliki and al-Mutlaq that will create new alliances between the blocks with the proximity of the provincial elections.Observers attributed in Iraqi affairs growing political moves to approaching provincial elections early next year 2013.The last elections for the provincial councils were held year [2009] in all parts of Iraq except Kirkuk and the Kurdistan region