Analyst expects 'requirements War' between the blocks hinder 'Conference' and make Maliki big winner
Haider Ali Jawad - 10/07/2012 - 10:06 AM

As political analyst saw the start of a "war conditions" between the political parties, denying the possibility of holding the conference in the coming period, new coalition of state law, adherence to discuss and reformist paper of the National Alliance, as a condition to attend the national conference, revealing its intention to incorporate the demands of the other political blocs, including.
In the time in which he stated the Kurdistan Alliance has not yet been briefed on the contents of the paper, called the Iraqi List, include agreements Erbil and Najaf to the conference agenda.
In an interview with "the world", on Saturday, said Ihsan al-Shammari, an analyst and researcher in political affairs, said that "war requirements reappeared again between the political parties, so that the Iraqi renewed adherence to launch an initiative Arbil within the conference, as a goodwill gesture by the other parties towards it, as stipulated coalition of state law linking the issue of reform and the National Conference, including submitted the National Alliance of paper reform, "adding that" this bickering and intransigence between the parties, confirms that there agreed recently to resolve the political crisis experienced by the country since a long time, and eliminates the glimmer of hope for the convening of the National Conference. "
And between Shammari that "a coalition of state law is stronger than the former, as a result of leaving the crisis file withdraw confidence from the leader, without losses, so we see today dictate terms to the other, as it is unreasonable to subject powerful party to the terms and wishes of the parties weaker."
The analyst said that "a coalition of state law seeks through his push for failure to attend the National Conference, or even sit at the table of dialogue with other political blocs," adding that "the Kurds will agree to a large extent on the conditions of al-Maliki, especially after reaching compromises on pay financial dues to oil companies, and the presence of signs of the formation of the Article 140 Committee headed by the Kurdistan Alliance. "
Abizaid and Shammari said, "There are channels for dialogue between the National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance, and if paper included reformist some Kurdish demands, the Kurdistan Alliance would agree to be included on the agenda of the National Conference," noting that "the Iraqi List is now insists on not to attend Conference, and dealing with the reform paper, since it does not meet its ambitions, while Kurds did not seem a little objection to a reform paper until now. "
From his part, said Mansour al-Tamimi, deputy coalition of state law, said that "all the political blocs calling for reform now, so we believe that the paper alliance reformist important paper, in terms of guaranteed all the political demands of the rest of the blocks," noting that "the crisis is greater than it is resolved to hold national conference, and even in the event that an agreement is reached on some of the reforms during the national conference, some of the parties will work to disrupt the process, and we will find ourselves caught up in a vicious circle. "
He added Tamimi that "some of the demands reflect the interests of the vessels of the political blocs, surpassing the interests of the Iraqi people, and therefore will be to achieve these interests, and the neglect of what the people of rights," noting that "the conference will be open-ended, but any meeting like this should include the agenda and demands, and included in the reform paper will be discussed separately. "
For his part, Khalid Shwani, deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance for "the world" yesterday, he "had not seen the political blocs formally, so far, the contents of the paper reform, and all that is handed down from information not exceed media statements," noting "I do not mind We have to ask this paper as part of the national meeting, if included in the constitutional requirements, and agreements reached at the meetings of Arbil and Najaf. "
He Huani, that "المتصدين of power they must work to find real solutions to the current crisis experienced by the country, as the continuation of the situation as it is would not serve all parties," stressing that "everyone must create an appropriate atmosphere, and not claim impossible conditions , in order to solve problems that are threatening the future of the political process in the country. "
And between the Kurdistan Alliance MP, "a coalition of state law adheres to put paper political reform within the national agenda of the meeting, at a time which ensures us to rely on the Constitution, as well as the rest of the signed agreements, a mechanism to get out of the crisis."
In contrast, between Hamid al-Mutlaq, MP for the Iraqi List, that "when seeking some political parties to impose their visions and demands across the paper reform, then make certain that there is no real intention to begin the process of reform, and so you will not see any significant progress in the drafting of this paper."
And MP that "the national meeting if convened will be doomed to failure, for several reasons, including, that reform means will adopt all the political blocs to resolve the crisis incurable, and share with each other in providing views and discussed with mutual respect, either insist these parties to impose their views, this confirms that no such intention. "
He Mutlaq that "supposed to represent reform paper, the views of the National Alliance only, but beyond that to include other viewpoints posed by other political blocs, in order to reach constants common, are included in a paper reform", pointing out that the list of "do not want to anticipate events, but when you hear the words of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki at a time are feeling his intention to impose his views on others. "
, It was stated Jawad Alshahyla, MP for the Sadrist movement, the political parties, "which intends to begin the process of reform, it must accept the lowest ceiling of the terms offered by the other political blocs, but there seems to be a party tries to impose his views on others, without hearing them, and this is unacceptable, "and expressed his belief" that there is no paper reform on the one hand, and the lack of intention to begin this process on the other hand ", confirming the presence of the" uniqueness in the process of decision-making, and therefore the parties to proceed to waive to go convoy in the right direction " .
The Alshahyla confirmed that "Maliki has a vision towards the National Congress," but he also said, "but that this conference must include all the demands, do not suppose that conditions for reform before Congress, and to hit the other demands the wall."
He made clear that "the words of Prime Minister Maliki refers explicitly to the lack of seriousness to walk toward reform," adding that "there is no specific points of the reform, and all our club is that there will be real reforms in regard service and security, and the mandate of the Prime Minister, but the All of these points are not taken into consideration. "