Maliki renewed his call for political blocs to a meeting in Baghdad, "and without conditions."
Sunday 20 May 2012 12:47 GMT

Sumerian News / Baghdad
New Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, calling for all the political blocs to the meeting in the capital Baghdad, "without preconditions", in what was considered that many of the meetings taking place in the country is normal in a democratic system "based on the ruins of the grim era of dictatorship." (This is the same ol song and dance Maliki was doing during the preparatory meetings)

He said Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement issued today, and received "Alsumaria News", a copy of it, that "political differences have exceeded the reasonable limit within the framework of the democratic system, especially that our people expect us to give him more of the services and build its own state and its institutions and to compensate for periods of deprivation, injustice and sabotage which lasted long. "

Maliki has demanded all parties and political forces to "activate the national dialogue and adopt a method of constitutional and democratic mechanisms in solving the problems facing our way," reiterated his call on everyone to "the meeting under one tent is our capital, all of Baghdad, dear, without preconditions and terms and positions made of any party."

Maliki reiterated the need to "discuss the solution to our problems on the basis of law and the Constitution, without neglecting the agreements reached during this period as long as the constitutional, not inconsistent with the Constitution as provided for in all of these agreements," and expressed confidence that the "solutions emanating from the national will of exclusive at hand is easier than we expect, if ratified intentions and there is a will seriously. "

Maliki said the need to "focus attention towards building a state and its institutions and the development of services and improve the standard of living of the citizens, the voice of the Iraqi people to the Constitution and we like it by the judgment and a reference back to him when we disagree among ourselves," pointing out that "Our people are watching with great interest the political movement going on in the country and the large papers and meetings, and keeps all of us his assessment of what is going on in the political arena of controversy and disputes. "

Maliki said that "many of these phenomena is normal in a democratic system based on the ruins of the grim era of dictatorship and a new experience trying to build a new Tqalida and norms may be alien to many of us."

Previously, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called for, in (3 May 2012), the Iraqi List, and all partners in the political process to attend the national conference to resolve the political crisis, and stressed that it will find the highest degree of response, but over the Iraqi constitution, was also considered that the current crisis can not be address a fundamental and strategic, rather than over a national meeting attended by all.

And the leaders of the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, on Saturday, (19 May 2012), held a meeting at the home of the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr in Najaf, the center of a complete absence of the leaders of a coalition of state law, as he emphasized the chest during a joint press conference with leaders of the Iraqi and Kurdistan, the meeting concluded "Something needs to touch only the last," while The leader Osama Najafi Baerakip during the conference that the subject of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "is under discussion between the political forces."

He also stressed the chest in response to reporters on the findings of the conferees on the interests of the people, saying, "As long as you do not be afraid to present the interests of the nation," pointing out that a coalition of state law did not want to attend the meeting and we did not call him too.

The leader of the coalition of state law Yassin Majeed, on Sunday (20 May now), that the Sadrist movement represents only himself and not entitled to speak on behalf of the National Alliance, and expressed no objection to any meeting out paper are consistent with the Constitution, also warned of the "language of blackmail used by the other. "

As noted cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Sunday (20 May, the current) to agree that the rejection of dictatorship and autocracy was the best outcome of the meeting representatives of the Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan, which was held yesterday, in the province of Najaf.

The State of Law coalition said, on Saturday, (19 May 2012), as part of the National Alliance, which has not been invited for the meeting of Najaf, indicating that the alliance would not attend even if I invited him, as he emphasized that the Sadrists reject the requirement of the National Alliance to implement and paper its leader, Moqtada al-Sadr that do not conflict with the Constitution.

And reliable parties politicians currently on the National Congress to resolve differences among themselves, except that the conference is expected to take place in the coming days, you may not carry the solution to the tireless differences under the threat of the Iraqi List boycott does not comply with a coalition of state law, the implementation of the terms of Erbil, which was formed on the basis of the government, eight or ten items put forward by the leader of the Sadrist movement during its meeting in Arbil with Kurdish regional president Massoud Barzani