A member of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mehdi Rose that "if the blocks did not reach political solutions and understandings of the outstanding problems through dialogue and discussion will resort to the withdrawal of confidence."

He said Mahdi told all of Iraq [where] that "the issue of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ordered out of the question and is unlikely in the case did not reach meetings and ongoing discussions to resolve the current crisis.

He added that "the issue of withdrawal of confidence is a step in order to correct the path and return things to normal and to protect the country from sliding into the abyss."

And escalated hints and invitations political no-confidence for the Maliki government, especially after the co-cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the consultative meeting held on 28 April, in Erbil and resulted from that meeting a range of courses sent al-Sadr in a letter to the National Alliance on 2 of May, notably give the government 15 days, which will end next Thursday, 17 of the current month to approve the decisions of the meeting will be withdrawn and not trust them. "