Deputy for Iraq calls on Maliki to cancel the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Mutlaq as a goodwill gesture to the list
Sunday, February 5, 2012 09:00

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates called the Iraqi List MP for the league reproach Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to cancel his request to withdraw confidence from the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, a gesture of goodwill toward the Iraqi List.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki made ​​a request last year to the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq after the description of the latter during an interview with al-Maliki "dictator."

The league told the News} {Euphrates on Sunday that "al-Mutlaq return to his post as deputy prime minister is a gesture of goodwill toward the Iraqi List, Maliki to resolve the outstanding issues between the State of Law coalition and the Iraqi List ".

She added that "al-Mutlaq assumption by his current position according to the principle of political consensus and consent of all the political blocs is therefore isolated from this position is a form of the principle of consensus upon which the entire political process as well as the current government."

She stressed that "the Iraqi List Palmtalk sticking to assume the post of Deputy Prime Minister does not intend to put forward any alternative to it," and calling "anyone who thinks that Iraq will be another character alternative for the person Allowahm ".

The State of Law coalition had asked the Iraqi List, to submit an apology to al-Mutlaq al-Maliki or the Iraqi people and described al-Maliki a dictator if he wanted to return to his post or to submit his resignation.