Deputy for Iraq: Maliki left Erbil agreement behind his back when obtaining the post of prime minister
Saturday, March 31 / March 2012 09:13

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates MP said the Iraqi List, Hamid Zobaie "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, left Erbil agreement under which the current government was formed behind his back when obtaining the post of prime minister."

And entered into the political blocs in November of 2010 power-sharing agreement called the Convention on the Arbil was granted the National Alliance, the prime minister and specifically to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the formation of a new council called the Policy Board Alstratejh give his presidency of the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi, is that the latter give up this position after More than a year of the Convention because of what he called Arbil procrastination by some political blocs in the formation of this Council.

Zobaie said told News} {Euphrates, "The agreement concluded by the Erbil political blocs, which was formed under the current government has not been compliance with all of its terms by some political blocs," adding that "there was selective in terms of the implementation of Arbil."

He added that "the failure to implement all the terms of the Erbil does not encourage the Iraqi List, the attendees at the national meeting to be held in the coming days because she felt the benefit of the conclusion of new agreements, while there are previous agreements have not been implemented."

He Zobaie that "a national meeting should be preceded by the application of certain collateral agreements that will result as well as the application of the terms of the Arbil, so as not to be repudiated by some political forces, as happened in the previous period."

The President Jalal Talabani has called for political blocs to hold a national meeting on the fifth of April next, as Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Preparatory Committee in charge of preparing the national agenda of the meeting to the completion of its work Aleshraa to hold a meeting immediately after the Arab summit. Ended 2