High Nassif calls Allawi to submit a report to Parliament on his recent visit to Kuwait
Friday, September 28 / September 2012 10:54

MP for the coalition called the Iraqi Free high Nassif, head of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, to “provide a detailed report to the House of Representatives on his recent visit to Kuwait and achievements that led to it.”
The Nassif said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Friday, said that “Allawi’s visit to Kuwait may vary of course from the rest of foreign visits of the leaders of the political blocs in many ways, the most important they visit the state between them and Iraq files extremely complex, all Iraq was and still is the only loser, in addition to the fact that Kuwait is the reason to keep Iraq under Chapter VII. “
It added that “Allawi, unfortunately, had not seen us any statement after his previous visits to Kuwait, when talking about the outcome of his talks with Kuwaiti officials on resolving any file of the outstanding issues between the two sides, like a deal with Kuwait also deals with any other country, we do not have them any differences, making her visits to I take, but the nature of the friendship that has nothing to do with all the problems that exist on the ground, and that the Iraqi people aspire to find just solutions to them. “
She stressed Nassif “the need to provide Allawi detailed report to the House after returning from Kuwait, to tell us and to inform the Iraqi people on the results of this visit, and what has been settled differences between the two sides on the port of Mubarak and the seventh item and resolution 833 and the oil wells border and elsewhere.”
The head of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, had already left for Kuwait on Thursday on an unannounced visit.

From Poppy,

This was his visit from last week and he returned this past monday. They are asking for the report only to document the final agreements between the two nations and I am sure they want to make sure Maliki hasn't changed anything previously agreed on. This morning ALLAWI walked out of the PALIMENT MEETING BUT don't be concerned just yet he is right to do so. He is preventing Maliki from having a way to escape. They were trying to pass the amnesty Law prior to the power sharing agreements and if ALLawi HAD ALLOWED THAT TO Happen Maliki could get away with stalling again and they couldn't prosecute him ever. All they have to do is take the laws in the correct order and I am sure ALLAWI will return even as soon as today. POPPY3