Maliki's coalition qualify the wise settlement project: restore some of the former regime symbols of authority

Baghdad -arac Press -19 December: detecting close to the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki source that the coalition has reservations on the political settlement put forward by the president of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim to end the political crisis in Iraq after the expulsion of the organization Daesh.

The source said -oho deputy in the Iraqi parliament and spoke on condition of anonymity, said that "our reservations on the political settlement put forward by Ammar al-Hakim, concerning whether the objective of the participation of the Sunni political forces, the government and the political process participants understand us nor unnecessary."

He said the source, "The head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim aims to put forward a political settlement project to put himself politically as driving a Shiite Kurds and Sunnis," pointing out that "a coalition of state law with a project of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi put forward last week, with respect to community reconciliation and not a settlement political. "

And it saw the source, that "the settlement project in the current clauses and paragraphs intersects with the Iraqi constitution and the law, claiming that" this settlement aimed at restoring some of the symbols of the former regime to power. "

And began the National Alliance leader Ammar al-Hakim at the beginning of December / December promoting the settlement project visit the Jordanian capital Amman and meet with King Abdullah II, while Hakim 10 this month, visited Tehran and met with senior officials on the settlement.

The new al-Hakim, last Saturday, his assertion that "the settlement of a strategic project for the inevitable to maintain the unity of Iraq and meat people and reassuring the mosque to the Iraqis," adding that "the settlement option is necessary to stop the bloodshed and restore security in Iraq as a country like all other countries to take its role as an influential actor in the region's stability." ended (1)