Iraq: Ministers of the list will not attend the cabinet meeting today and rule out a breakthrough close to the political crisis
Tuesday, December 27 / 1 December 2011 12:59

[Baghdad - where]
Confirmed the presence of non-existing Iraqi ministers in the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

The spokeswoman said the official name of the Iraqi List, Maysoon al told all of Iraq [where] said Tuesday that "ministers of Iraq would not attend today's Cabinet meeting because the decision of boycotting the meetings of the Council had taken unanimously by the leaders and the demands of Iraq on the achievement of national partnership the truth is not limited by, but is demands of the people who elected and the audience. "

It added that "Although there are many initiatives that were put on the scene with a view to resolving the political crisis, but exclude Nfrajha in the near future because of adherence to some of the parties and deliberately removing Tmhich and others."

The Council of Ministers held on Tuesday its sixth regular session in the province under a number of Ministers and the Iraqi List.

The Iraqi List, has decided at its meeting on 19 this month suspension of the presence of the Minister to meetings of the Council of Ministers and to prolong open to protest what it called in a statement that "the arbitrary actions perpetrated against its leaders and its members by the government and some political parties."

The Iraqi List, decided at a meeting earlier in the House leadership of the Deputy President Tariq al-Hashimi was suspending participation in the meetings of the House of Representatives to protest what it called a policy of "marginalization and exclusion", but the lawmakers in the State of Law coalition considered that the decision of the Iraqi List, anticipating the events on the involvement of al-Hashemi the issue of bombing in the parliament last month, "according to the saying.

And witnessing the political process and the relationship between the blocks strained clear in Iraq, which coincided with the date of withdrawal of the last U.S. troops from the country, including the political differences between the coalition of state law, members of the Iraqi List, followed by suspension of the presence of representatives of the Iraqi List, to Meetings of the Houses of Representatives and the Minister then issued an arrest warrant from the Supreme Judicial Council against the Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, the charge of his office's involvement with the bombing Parliament late last month and also the arrival of the request of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq.