State law: the Preparatory Committee discussed today the main pillars of the National Conference
23/02/2012 12:24

Baghdad, February 23 (Rn) - The State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said the Preparatory Committee will address at its meeting to be held on Thursday the main pillars of the National Conference.

A spokesman for the state of law Alfalh told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference to be held today at the home of Deputy Reese Republic Khudair Khuzai will discuss the most important pillars of securities made by the political blocs, with emphasis on the importance of moving away from statements that confuse the situation political and impede the National Congress. "

With regard to statements made by a spokesman for the Iraqi Haider Mulla, which was accused during the rule of law trying to block a national meeting noted Alfalh that "state law does not want to reply to such statements as far from the truth, like the history of political non-beneficial to the political reality that Iraq is going through ".

Ruled out of the Preparatory Committee, on Wednesday, National Conference was held in the coming period, or work out a unified paper for the conference in the near future.

The representatives of the three main political blocs (the National Alliance, and the Iraqi List, the Kurdistan Alliance) have held their fourth meeting on Monday, without being to reach any conclusions are in the direction of the formulation of a consolidated working paper to be presented at the national conference.

He described the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, the meetings of the Preparatory Committee for the National Conference Balbrootokolah and non-viable, and criticized the political blocs of the implicated issues of unconstitutional and illegal during the meetings, while rejected Ktlta the Kurdistan Alliance and the National demand of the Iraqi List, to include the issues of al-Hashemi and al-Mutlaq in the paper the National Congress on the grounds that the first judicial and the second figure.

And broke the political crisis between the coalition and Iraqi rule of law against the background of issuing an arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of "terrorism" and supporting the death squads, as well as he has sought to isolate his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, the two leaders in the Iraqi List, which backed the year.

Saw the provinces and cities in Iraq on Thursday a series of bombings car bomb and improvised explosive devices and attacks targeting mostly civilians Mshalh, killing dozens of victims killed and wounded.
The bombings today's most violent since the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by end of last year, according to the security agreement signed between the governments in Baghdad and Washington in 2008.