League: the decision of the Iraqi List, the return of Congress in good faith and on t
League: the decision of the Iraqi List, the return of Congress in good faith and on the initiative of the National Coalition to provide similar
01.02.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad - Where and described an MP for the Iraqi List Atab league's decision to return the Vice-list to the meetings of the House of Representatives that the decision of good faith and on the National Coalition to provide a similar initiative. The league told all of Iraq [where] that "the decision to return the deputies existing Iraqi parliament is good faith to resolve the dispute between the political blocs and the National Coalition, an initiative similar to "hoping" the return of ministers of the Iraqi List, to the office, led by evil al-Mutlaq, deputy prime minister, "as she put it. She said that "the political blocs to move together in building the new Iraq and leave the differences and the rejection of misunderstanding that is required of the political situation in recent times, "emphasizing that" not to give the opportunity for neighboring countries to interfere in the political affairs of procedure in the country. " noteworthy that the Iraqi List, decided at a meeting last Sunday she returned to the meetings of the House of Representatives and an end to boycott him, and wait in the presence of Minister for the Cabinet meetings. " referred to the Iraqi List, has decided in 17 of the last month to suspend the presence of deputies and ministers to the meetings of Parliament and the Council of Ministers on the back of the issuance of an arrest warrant for leader of the Vice-President Tareq al-Hashemi and removal of Maliki's deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq. and required to return, the implementation of Erbil agreements signed in late 2010 and the application of the Constitution and the activation of a national balance in state institutions, adoption of a package of legislation to move the state system of central administrative decentralization and giving the rights of the provinces.