Coalition-Hakim: Maliki's visit to Najaf to try to get out of the crisis
05-10-2011 | - 05-10-2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Twilight News
Promised to block the citizen "martyr niche previously," Wednesday, the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Najaf to try to get out of the political crisis through which Iraq, citing dissatisfaction with the reference in the performance of Najaf was unsuccessful in the management of security and service files by government officials.
A member of an inch block of Ali's "Twilight News" that the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Najaf is to try to get out of the current political crisis experienced by Iraq. "
"We hope that the Prime Minister receives the reference and provide guidance and advice to help the government overcome the obstacles that stand in its way in the provision of services to citizens." Sources told in the province of Najaf to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki plans to visit the county with a number of ministers, adding that the Prime Minister would inaugurate a new section in the factory ready-made clothes in the city, revealed that a number of ministers including the Minister of Industry and municipalities will accompany Maliki on the trip, without revealing the sources whether Maliki's visit agenda includes a procedure for meetings with senior religious authority.
He noted that the inch, "the reference of Mr. Ali Sistani expressed on numerous occasions for dissatisfaction with the performance, was unsuccessful in the management of security and service files by government officials."
It is said that the religious authority supreme in Najaf had been confirmed on the eve of the last parliamentary elections for not adopting to any post in the elections, stressing the need to choose the voter lists to participate, what it called, the best and Amutirha the interests of Iraq and the most capable of achieving the services and stability, as well as the choice of of an efficient and the Secretariat.
Sources have confirmed that, earlier, the religious authorities in Najaf province, decided not to receive any political office, attributed the reason to the lack of political commitment to the promises it made on improving the living standards in the reality of Iraq, as well as lack of commitment to the recommendations of the religious authority.
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