Informed sources revealed the reason for exit MP Haidar al-Mulla of the post, a spokesman for the Iraqi List, pointing out that the decision came a day after a failed assassination attempt on Saleh al-Mutlaq while attending demonstrations in favor of Rafie al-Issawi in Ramadi,
The source, who declined to be identified for Jakoj: "Order of the resignation of Mullah is the boss Saleh al-Mutlaq after exposure latter to plot from inside Iraq almost to end his life in the demonstrations that try to visit the organizers have .. tries Mutlaq and Mullah doctoring this event to jump from Iraqi and closer from the government and al-Maliki in response to plot their colleagues in Iraq against al-Mutlaq and a secret alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis.
Haider Mulla said spokesman "Iraqi List" on Monday, December 31 / December for the withdrawal from his post in protest at the presence of "sectarian and profane elements within the list" as quoted by the Iraqi sites
The spokesman demanded resignation of the leaders of the "Iraqi" to expel all of sectarian calls the project. Mulla said in an interview for "Alsumaria News" that he decided to withdraw "in order to preserve the constants of the national project to the list." "The withdrawal was in protest at the presence of sectarian and implanted within the list."
The Mullah falling stipulated for this decision to "expel Congress list sectarians."
He called Mullah Representatives as well as to "respond to attempts to stir up sedition, which stand behind foreign agendas and deal wisely to contain the crisis and emphasized to uphold the Constitution and maintain the independence of the judiciary to thwart any scheme aimed at tearing the social fabric and hit the political process."
The withdrawal came a spokesman for the Iraqi List Haider Mulla against the backdrop of the ongoing demonstrations in Anbar province with a Sunni majority to protest the arrest some members of the Iraqi authorities to protect and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi (leader of the Iraqi List) on suspicion of involvement in terrorist acts. Have participated in these demonstrations of a number of leaders of the Iraqi List and threw emotional speeches smell the odor of sectarianism and division between Sunnis and Shiites.
Bashar said one of the protesters from the western Anbar province, said "the demands of the protesters are known to all, a release of all female detainees from the Iraqi government prisons and hold abusers accountable for them before the eyes of everyone."