Deputy for Kurdistan: Maliki admitting failure in running the country and face questioning
09/14/2012 - 3:15 pm

Called Deputy for the Kurdistan Alliance, Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, any "admitting failure in running the country," and urged the House of Representatives to activate its role during the latter question.
The MP said Hamid Buffy in an interview with "Twilight News", that "there is no paper of the reforms for the National Alliance," noting that "there is talk of a paper about three months ago and the announcement was in his time to delay questioning the prime minister."
The National Alliance led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari had announced some time ago that he prepare a paper for reform as an alternative to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, or questioning, but the blocks which demanded the withdrawal of confidence questioned the existence of the paper and its effectiveness.
He pointed Buffy that "the ruling party should admit his failure in running the country and can not be autocracy and make things all in the hands of one person or one party or one block and the marginalization of the components of Iraq and exclude them from power and accuse political opponents on various charges and pressure on the judicial authorities to open files for those who do not succumb the will of the ruler. "
Pavey said the ruling party "always resort to fabricating crises and move armies from here to there and not naming security minister", criticizing the administration proxy file security ministries and prevent the House of Representatives to exercise its oversight role in the questioning of officials.
He continued Buffy said "confrontation that began some time ago to refrain from coming in for questioning weakened the role of the Iraqi parliament about the financial and administrative corruption in the current government," stressing the need to "push the House of Representatives to activate its oversight role On top of that questioning officials and especially the security authorities and the military,"
Iraq faces a political crisis since the period for quite some time and to the extent the claim to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki or questioned and the blocs claim no confidence collect signatures for deputies and delivered those signatures to President Jalal Talabani before traveling for treatment, to persuade him to submit a request to withdraw confidence from Maliki to Council House of Representatives, but he did not submit that request to parliament for lack of a quorum full confidence