Deputy for the rule of law: a commitment to partnership and the partners not to exercise the role of the opposition National Congress during our demand

18/04/2012 PM - 3:30 PM | Hits: 1


Between the leadership of the State of Law Coalition MP / National Alliance / Khaled Asadi, will demand that the mass of the political blocs in the National Congress is expected to take place, the national commitment to partnership and not to the partners in the government and the role of the opposition at the same time.

Asadi said in a statement (of the Agency news) on Wednesday: The National Alliance demands similar to the demands of the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, a commitment to the Constitution and not try to jump it (no overtaking), as well as commitment to national partnership between the political blocs participating in the government and lack of exercise partners and play a role opposition at the same time,

Indicating the following: that these partners began to clear of all opposition and engaged in trying to disrupt the government's work, and this is what the Iraqi and other blocks. He pointed to the MP for the National: the presence of strenuous efforts made by the coalition for the success of the National Congress.

It was, the leader of the State of Law coalition MP / National Alliance / Hassan Sinead, has reiterated the willingness of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to sit at the negotiating table and resolve the crisis, saying (the news): The al-Maliki was not opposed to sitting at the table of dialogue and resolve the political crisis, but It was the idea of ​​the National Congress, especially since al-Maliki has a willingness to sit at the table of dialogue and opening of all the outstanding issues to resolve, subject to be resolved in accordance with the Constitution and the law.

Sinead explained: There are some outstanding matters can be resolved in accordance with the Constitution and the others are resolved only through the legal process, and there is a paragraph or paragraphs can be resolved through political consensus