Moussawi: a chest for an item included Jafari to withdraw confidence from Maliki in the absence of implementation of agreements on Arbil

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Saturday 05 May 2012 10:08 GMTnce, which took place on Thursday 3 May in the presence of al-Maliki

Sumerian News / Baghdad
MP for the National Alliance, Jaafar al-Moussawi, Saturday, that the message of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the National Alliance leader Ibrahim al-Jaafari included a provision to withdraw confidence from the government of Nouri al-Maliki in the absence of implementation of agreements on Arbil, while a coalition of state stressed that the law rejected this approach, it was considered that the idea of ​​no confidence legal and does not affect the constitutionality of a particular person.

Jaafar al-Moussawi said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "message cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari included item no confidence the government of Nouri al-Maliki in the event of failure to fulfill the agreement Erbil," asserting that "a coalition of state law during the meeting Alliance rejected this approach. "

Al-Moussawi said that "the political situation in Iraq is difficult and complicated, and even meetings that were not the genuine will to resolve the things they will not result to move any resident," adding that "the idea of ​​no-confidence of the Maliki government the way legal and constitutional does not affect a particular person."

The MP of the Sadrist movement Odai Awad said, on Friday (4 May, the current) in a number of statements to the media, that Moqtada al-Sadr sent a letter to the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, as he emphasized that he will announce next week its content.

The leader of the coalition of state law Hassan Sinead, a Saturday, (5 of May), trying to draw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "a pressure point is useless," asserting that the best solution to the problem is the political dissolution of parliament and early elections.

The message cleric Moqtada al-after about a week at a meeting held with the heads of Jalal Talabani and parliament Osama Najafi and the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi and President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani in Arbil, in the 28 of last April, considered by some observers to try to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after alliance with the Sadrists a component of the National Alliance task.

He criticized the leadership of the Iraqi List, whose staff, on Saturday (April 5, 2012) the positions that fired the Sadrist movement on alliances of political and confirmed that he announced his quest for an alliance with a number of blocks, "and then back down," noting that the meeting point only between the Sadrists and the blocks the other is the issue of non-renewal of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third time.

The Sadrist movement, expressed in more than one occasion that it represents a loop, and an average and close to the spectrum of society and all the political blocs, and stressed the need for the contribution of everyone in the development of the experience of the new Iraq and maturation, as initiated more than once to resolve the political crisis between the coalition and Iraqi rule of law.

The National Alliance, led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, on Friday (4 May 2012), the importance of convening the National Congress during the week, calling on all political blocs to participate in the meeting, while confirming the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, that they would not attend the National Convention unless the Convention on the Erbil without any condition, believing that her experience with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was "frustrating" at the level of commitments and promises, indicating that his policies "exclusive" National Alliance hurt more than others.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called for, in (3 May 2012), the Iraqi List, and all partners in the political process to attend the national conference to resolve the political crisis, emphasizing that they will find the highest degree of response, but across the Iraqi Constitution, in what was considered that the current crisis can not be addressed fundamental and strategic, rather than over a national meeting attended by all.

The unity of the differences between the political blocs intensified after that shifted from the different Iraqi rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance, too, after the new President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani (the sixth of April 2012) his attack against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and accused him of shirking promises and commitments, stressing that the Kurds would not accept in any way to be positions and powers, however, one person "leads an army Mleonia and restore the country to the era of" dictatorship. "