Attorney-Maliki's insistence on the rule of law reforms, the goal of baseless and not to please others thoughts
Tuesday, May 15 / May 2012 16:19

[Baghdad - where]

MP for the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki's insistence on the rule of law reforms, the goal of baseless and not to please the thoughts of others.

Maliki said in a press statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the rule of law aggressively seeking to achieve the reforms, the first to call for reforms and resorting to the Constitution and law enforcement, and not to walk behind the agendas of State which is not pleasing to the thoughts of others but is a goal of the objectives of the rule of law and part of its national project, which put forward since the first day. "

"The reforms are part of the state of the electoral law since the beginning and a clear platform and have been working on to serve the citizens and not, as some claim from adoption of the draft reforms and at the same time, they are leading the terrorist groups to kill the Iraqi people."

He called for Maliki, leaders of the blocks to "appeal to reason and logic in the proposals and to maintain the interest of Iraq and the people on their interests and partisan dimensions of service institutions for individual interests to the government focuses its energies on providing and building the new Iraq and the success of the national meeting, which is the real key to solve all the political crises."

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15 days, which will end next Thursday, 17 of the current month to approve the decisions of the meeting and not withdrawn will be put confidence.