Withdrawal of the nine members of Allawi's movement in Dhi Qar and joining the Accord Movement for Change

Thursday, March 22 / March 2012 20:11

[Dhi Qar - Where]

Pulled out of the nine members of the National Accord Movement, led by the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi in the province of Dhi Qar, and joined the reconciliation movement for change.

A spokesman for Yasser Alazarka retreating during a press conference attended by the correspondent of the agency all of Iraq [where] today, "it was withdrawing from the movement of Iyad Allawi will be involved in the movement for change and reconciliation, which included the former dissident movement for Allawi."

He added that "the branch of the movement of reconciliation in the province of Dhi Qar, so may be almost completely collapsed, leaving only three of its cadres members only."

He pointed to Alazarka, "it was around the decision to withdraw after he is fully made clear after the announcement of the withdrawal of the leaders of the National Accord Movement in the Office of Dhi Qar end of last year and the Declaration of Accord Movement for Change."

"The retreating reviewed the new situations and have come to the conclusion that the National Accord Movement, the former does not meet the aspirations of the people nor their audiences, which has long given its confidence and the gap between them has become far apart."

And Alazarka "The decision Althakna colleagues who withdrew before the movement came after it emerged that the National Accord Movement and the Iraqi List coincided with the provoking political crises in the country and stands to the side of the authorized statements tense against the existence of the state and entity against the Arab summit conference as well as distancing itself from line of the national project. "

The members of the National Accord Movement, led by president of a coalition list of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, in each of the provinces of Dhi Qar, Najaf, Basra, Babil and Wasit have announced their withdrawal from the movement, and the holding of retreating in the province of Najaf, the third of February, a preparatory meeting to prepare them to hold their conference founding the first to form political movement in the country. ended