Zuhair al-Araji: three options for the political blocs in the event of failure of the most prominent national meeting early electionsAli Abdullah - 01/10/2012 - 10:03 AM



According to independent MP Zuhair al-Araji, there are three options before the political blocs in the event of failure of the national meeting to resolve the outstanding problems, adding that the president will begin dialogues individually with the heads of blocs first of them head of the Iraqi and then the three presidencies.
Araji said in a press statement: The security ministries Part of the differences that still exist between the political parties and wait to get consensus between the blocs on paper reform presented by the National Alliance. added: that President Jalal Talabani will begin with meetings alone among the leaders of political blocs start leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi and then the three presidencies to consider security ministries and resolution as well as the convergence of views on the outstanding differences. called independent MP: political blocs to take responsibility, particularly as politicians gave a picture of the street that parliament is weak and restricted and can not mobility but to rely on a group of political leaders in moving files stalled a cause of the crisis unresolved. said Araji to: there are three options before the political blocs in the event of failure of the national meeting to resolve the outstanding problems which go to early elections or the formation of a majority government, and the responsibility or the survival of the political process on the maneuvers and differences and المشادات between the blocks and are canceled the role of parliament to the next election. this and returned President to Baghdad after to spend the duration of the treatment for three months in Germany, and returned two weeks ago to Sulaimaniyah, according to the Kurdistan Alliance MPs President Talabani will begin individual encounters and then bilateral meetings between the leaders of the political blocs.

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