Morning: Meeting with the National Alliance Talabani resulted in a bilateral agreement on the leadership of the crisis
02:38:12 / 05/2012
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Khandan - Iraqi newspaper Al-Sabah newspaper on Saturday, 12/5/2012 an agreement was between the National Alliance and the Kurdistan coalition to lead the two to resolve the current political crisis by moving the joint to the other parties.

This information coincides with the initiation of President Jalal Talabani, a series of meetings with political leaders in Baghdad to prepare for the meeting expanded.

The newspaper quoted a political source who asked not to be named as saying that "the meetings of the President with the leaders of the National Alliance resulted in agreement on the leadership crisis is resolved bilaterally and through the discussion of all proposals with other parties, especially those made by the National Alliance, including, freeze agreement meeting of Irbil and the deportation of the points contained in the letter of Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr to hold an expanded meeting in the capital Baghdad at the President of the Republic specifically. "

These developments come after the meetings conducted by the President of the Republic separately with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the House of Representatives and before that with the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari.

It was agreed that Talabani and Maliki on the need to overcome the political crisis through joint action and understandings based on the national Constitution, agreements and worksheets raised through the national meeting, to ensure the participation of all in building Iraq and tracks progress of the political process.
Talabani also said Najafi and during a separate meeting between them took place yesterday, the importance of continuing to work to end the political problems the country has seen since a long time.

He was President may discuss with the President of the National Alliance on Saturday, the current political situation in the country and the nature of the circumstances surrounding it, where the two sides discussed ways to find a solution based on national principles, which include understanding the Constitution and the building which does not exclude anyone from the national partners.