Sinead: the three authorities and the political blocs will meet to sustain the political process for construction of new
02/14/2012 | (Voice of Iraq)

BAGHDAD - The Euphrates News MP for the rule of law Hassan Sinead, that the three authorities and the political blocs will meet in {the national meeting} to sustain the political process and development and solve problems encountered in the constitutional institutions, not to build it again. said Sinead told {Euphrates News} Tuesday "The agreements Arbil mission, one of the produced current government and there are some issues that have been extended to the three authorities {judicial, legislative, executive,}, and there was foot-dragging in implementing some of them and this matter will be submitted to the Constitution and other things that came in the papers of the political blocs before the Preparatory Committee for the purpose of implementing which does not contradict them with the Constitution. " He was President Jalal Talabani called for a meeting of leaders of political blocs to resolve differences in the political scene under the title of the National Congress is that after the period was renamed the conference to the national meeting and going on now talking about changing his name to the national meeting. He Sinead, that "the designation National Congress suggest that the political process has been destroyed and this conference will re-build of a new fact, contrary to the Iraqi state existed with all its institutions," explaining that "the three authorities and representatives of the political blocs will meet in the national meeting is expected to sustain the political process and develop problem-solving that objects to the constitutional institutions post-withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. " The political scene wide differences, particularly between the State of Law coalition and the Iraqi List, due to some files and exacerbated those differences after the issuance of arrest warrant against the leader of the Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, also asked Maliki to withdraw confidence from the Vice President Saleh al-Mutlaq, who leads a political movement made ​​up of the Iraqi list.

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