Maliki: No hope of a breakthrough without achieving political reconciliation 2/10
Maliki: No hope of a breakthrough without achieving political reconciliation
BAGHDAD / obelisk: The head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki on Wednesday that Iraq needs a political accord to end the security and economic challenges and achieve detente, in what was considered the partnership a sound principle, but we must not slip on the national interest account.
Maliki said in a speech today at the Second Conference of the Council of the unified tribes of Iraq, "it has to be a political accord ending the state of controversies and political harassment and contributes to achieving security and works to develop the economy," adding that "there is hope for a breakthrough, even if we were able to Daash and passed the crisis economic. "
Maliki said that "the achievement of stability and the completion of the construction process does not happen without a commitment to joint action base," adding that "the partnership a sound principle, but we must not slip on the homeland and the citizen's interest expense."
He continued, "The partnership is a source of strength to rebuild Iraq, it must be that the partnership on the political forces not only limited, but includes all the Iraqi people."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called Tuesday for a cabinet reshuffle "substantial" include personalities "technocrats", as the House of Representatives called on the government with the support at that, he stressed that Iraq will exceed what he called the "ordeal."