State law: Maliki did not impose conditions and the National Alliance presented a paper reform of the blocks

06-10-2012 04:19 PM

MP for the coalition of state law, Hussein al-Assadi, Saturday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not set conditions to attend the national conference, but a platform for negotiation, as pointed out that the National Alliance presented a paper reforms to other blocks in weeks.

Asadi said the 'entry for the National Conference without discussing issues which we agree is pointless', noting that 'al-Maliki wants to be a reform paper a platform for dialogue and debate'.

The Asadi that 'reform paper that has been prepared by the National Alliance provided the blocks other a few weeks ago through meetings convened by the President alliance with the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance', pointing out that 'the paper has been reduced from 70 points to 12 points after combining points similar' .

The cluster center affiliated to the Iraqi List, confirmed on Saturday (6 October now), they do not mind the adoption of the paper of the National Alliance in the National Congress to be held between the political blocs in the event was this paper to incorporate the demands of the blocks, and noted the lack of receipt of this paper, As called for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki not to place conditions to attend the conference.

And showed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday (5 October now), his willingness to attend any meeting of a national aims to resolve political differences, on condition at the same time adopting reform paper prepared by the National Alliance, as he emphasized that it included all the papers presented so far.

The paper included reform prepared by the National Alliance, 70 substance notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and various organs of the State.