Attorney-Maliki: the dissolution of parliament or the formation of a majority government in the event of failure of the national meeting

Tue, 25 Sep 2012 10:02:47 +0300

Baghdad: Tomorrow's News
MP for the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, said that "the alternative to the national meeting, in the event of failure, it will either dissolve parliament or the formation of a majority government."

Maliki said in a statement received by the agency tomorrow News copy of it today, that "the political blocs did not stay in front of the exit from the current crisis, but the meeting national, adding that" the continuation of crises and problems in Iraq has become unacceptable, especially in light of the challenges surrounding Iraq " .
He stressed "the need for all political parties sitting at the dialogue table and one, under the umbrella of the Constitution, to put all the problems, away from the charged political atmosphere."
He added that "the national meeting and political reform paper two security gateway solution to all political problems can be solved, in addition to developing frameworks to solve other problems that need to be legal legislation, or constitutional amendments."

Attorney-Maliki warned that: "the insistence of some political blocs on the failure of the national meeting and prejudice on political reform paper, will lead necessarily to reach a dead end, is rewarded with the inevitable dissolution of parliament, or the formation of a political majority government.