Disclosure of a political agreement not to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki for the implementation of the Arbil

TUESDAY, MAY 15 / MAY 2012 09:28

Twilight News / source revealed on Tuesday, the existence of an initial agreement between the political blocs not to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, go back to the last and made ​​promises of a new implementation of political agreements including the agreement of Arbil.
The source is familiar with the negotiations between the political blocs, who asked not be named for the "Twilight News", "the political blocs agreed in principle not to withdraw confidence from the Maliki and it depends on the next legislative elections."
He pointed out that "This agreement was for al-Maliki's commitment to the implementation of political agreements including the agreement of Arbil."
The political body of the National Alliance, was held Monday evening, a regular meeting in the office of President Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the presence of representatives of all the blocks that fall in the coalition.
A statement of the Political Commission of the National Alliance responded to "Twilight News", that during the meeting of trading in the political list and review of bilateral meetings witnessed by the political landscape recently, has also been an exchange of views on what came in a meeting Erbil out a unified position about it.
The source added that "al-Maliki promised the implementation of political agreements in accordance with the principles in the Constitution and not to marginalize the political parties."
He continued that "the political blocs and found that the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki at the current stage is a threat to the political process because the agreement on the alternative might take a long time and may not be a final agreement."
He said, "you see all the political blocs in the process of no-confidence move that could bring the situation to what it was before the formation of the government."
The Sadrists said, earlier, that the 15-day deadline set by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr for Maliki's government aimed yes or no to the implementation of the agreement Erbil, denying that its withdrawal of confidence from the government.