Deputy of the Iraqi parties to accuse the state of the law as "procrastination" to disrupt the national meeting

Friday, April 6 / April 2012 16:39

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates deputy accused the Iraqi List, Hamza Alkrtani, parties to the rule of law as "procrastination" to disrupt the national meeting.
And select the president, Jalal Talabani, after consultations with the prime ministers and House of Representatives, the fifth of April, the current date for a national meeting to resolve the current differences between the political blocs, but House Speaker Osama Najafi announced just days before the date that the situation is initializer to hold a national conference because of differences many and he will not be held Bmuadh specified, and was postponed until further notice.
Alkrtani said, told the News} {Euphrates on Friday that "the parties to the rule of law is trying to procrastination and delay to block the National Congress, which is the lifeboat to save Iraq from its crises."
He added that "Iraq's political crisis of dangerous and must be solved because it would crush everything in the country."
He said Iraq's deputy that "the opportunity to hold a National Congress still exist until now and can take place and out of a positive outcome to resolve the current crisis."
The political scene exacerbated evident in the attitudes, especially among the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, among other topics, the most prominent issues of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq as the first issued an arrest warrant on charges against him and support terrorist operations carried out by members of the protection, either al-Mutlaq face the request to withdraw his confidence by al-Maliki to the House of Representatives on the back of a press statement.
More recently, relations have been also among the Government Center and the Kurdistan region exacerbated the exchange of accusations against the backdrop of several issues including the recent reluctance of the judiciary to hand over al-Hashemi, including Maitalq oil and gas contracts.