State law: We have come half way around the National Conference
On: Saturday 02/18/2012 11:02

Baghdad / range
confirmed a coalition of state law, parts of the Preparatory Committee of the National Congress a long way in the discussions that attend the national conference called by President Jalal Talabani, in order to resolve the political crisis experienced by the country.
The MP said the coalition Ihsan Al-Awadi in a telephone call (to the extent ) yesterday

"We have come more than half way on the Preparatory Committee of the National Congress, but it need time and intensive meetings to promote the commonalities between us and the Iraqi and the completion of the points of contention and it was not only the constitution, the basis for negotiations and then the political consensus."
and resume the Preparatory Committee meeting tomorrow in House of Representatives in order to develop a series of solutions to the political crisis experienced by the country, as well as a roadmap for the management of the Iraqi state after the American withdrawal, which occurred earlier this year.
The MP for the Iraqi unit Jumaili in a statement summarized by the (range), "The meeting tomorrow will focus on the principles of National Conference and its agenda, "follow up" that there is disagreement on these two axes and thus are unlikely to come out with positive results. "
She Jumaili "the National Convention is expected will not come out a comprehensive solution to the political crisis there differences great, but you may find a way out of my Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq. "
and on the scheduled date of the Conference, an MP for the Iraqi "It will not be before the Arab summit and therefore on the political blocs to develop solutions harmonic two weeks ago on the lower estimate of the arrival of Arab leaders to Baghdad."
and witness the political process and the relationship between the blocks exacerbated clear because of the continuing political differences between the State of Law coalition and the Iraqi List, especially in relation to the issue of a warrant of arrest against the Vice President of the Republic required to eliminate Tariq al-Hashemi, and asked the Prime Minister to withdraw confidence from his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq.