Vice chest accuse Maliki of planning a coup in the event of withdrawal of confidence by the
Tuesday, May 15 / May 2012 18:09
[Baghdad - where]
Accused member of the Liberal parliamentary bloc MP Mohammad Reza al-Khafaji, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of "trying to take the presidency by force of arms in the event of withdrawal of confidence with him and create internal dissension among the members of the political blocs."
He told all of Iraq [where] the day that "al-Maliki is trying to seize power by force of arms and a military coup in the event withdrew confidence in him by some groups in the Ministry of Defence, which tend to him in addition to his recent collection of several battalions around him under the pretext of protecting and conduct changes the team leaders and replace them military officers loyal to him. "
Khafaji said that "members of the state of law in the last period began planting the seeds of discord between President Jalal Atlbani and the President of Kurdistan region Masoud Bazna by intensifying meetings with Talabani and praising his accomplishments and the marginalization of the role of Barzani in order to split the unity of the Kurdistan Alliance."
He noted that "to take Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of the province of Kirkuk, home to the meeting of the Council of Ministers is a political blow for the rest of the blocks, as well as to accuse the state of law of the leaders of the Iraqi List, to give up Kirkuk, Arbil meeting last and induction of members of the Iraq against its leaders," stressing that "it is through this Maliki's political strife will ensure its survival on the throne of the presidency. "
The tense relations between the various political blocs, especially among a coalition of state law and the Iraqi List, and between the State of Law coalition also with the Kurdistan Alliance against the backdrop of a number of issues, notably the issue of Vice President of the Republic required to eliminate Tariq al-Hashemi, oil contracts and the issue of partnership in governance, where charged to the President Minister Nuri al-Maliki in power exclusivity.
And escalated hints and invitations political no-confidence for the Maliki government, especially after the co-cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the consultative meeting Quintet, which was 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 May 2 present the most prominent of grace Government 15 days, which will end next Thursday, 17 of the current month to approve the decisions of the meeting and not withdrawn will be put confidence.
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