Deputy for the rule of law Allawi accused of seeking to "destroy the political process."
Sunday, 01 December / 2 January 2012 15:33

[Baghdad - where]
Accused the deputy of the State of Law coalition leader Iyad Allawi's Iraqi List of seeking to "destroy the political process" through his media.

The MP said Ghsan Awadi told all of Iraq [where] that "Allawi's media on his claim the National Alliance, the replacement of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki does not have the value of corporate policy which spared no effort to break the political process in each conference or an international forum and tries to omit from the sails of the Iraqi government Although it makes up a third list the current government. he said.

He added, "Allawi's recent remarks against Maliki seemed to take a personal nature and clearly we did not consider him to reach this stage." He put it.

The Al-Awadi said that "Iraqi List, and since the formation of the government until now did not fit the political process guide its decision to the recent suspension of its participation in the work of Parliament and Provincial ministers meetings of the Council of Ministers and, above all, a lot of MPs and leaders of Iraq are talking in the media spokesman for the opposition and not the partner. He said.

The leader of the coalition, the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi has called in several statements and media statements during the past days, the National Alliance to find a replacement and another candidate to head the government an alternative to the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

And witnessing the political process and the relationship between the blocks and clear strained coincided with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from another country in the December 18 of the past political differences between the State of Law Coalition and members of the Iraqi List. "

Some politicians are alerted of the collapse of the political process in the country because of the large differences between the political blocs on the number of subjects, with Some argue that this conflict adversely affected the performance of government to provide services to the Iraqi people.