Maliki Iraq crisis is "more than reasonable" and suggests that any meeting outside of
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, that the crisis in Iraq has gone "beyond a reasonable limit," suggesting at the same time that any meeting or reconciliation
conference held outside the Iraqi capital, Baghdad does not care, and request the convening of the Conference.
The Iraqi leaders have held a mini-summit yesterday in Najaf included the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, the head of the Kurdistan Alliance Fouad Masum, and leader of the PUK, Barham Salih, deputy of the Iraqi.
Was not invited to the al-Maliki to attend the conference, also did not attend any of the representatives of a coalition of state law, which confirms the position the previous non-attendance to any conference, "do not care," especially meeting Quintet in Arbil, which was held in late April and gave Maliki 15 days.
The deadline expired on Thursday, without leaders to agree on a common formula pave the ballot in parliament to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki.
And supports the many parties in the coalition in Iraq led by Iyad Allawi - Grimm Maliki basis - the process of withdrawal of confidence, but the National Alliance divided over it, while supports a large part of the Kurdistan Alliance removed the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan headed by Jalal Talabani, are seen with suspicion to the topic.
These meetings are held in Erbil, Najaf, is supposed to pave the way for a comprehensive conference for reconciliation had previously called for Talabani, but
the intensity differences caused postponed for several times.
Maliki said in a letter issued by the Information Office and received "Twilight News" copy, "The political differences over the extent possible within the frameworkof the democratic system, especially that our people expect us to give him more of the services and contribute in building the state and its institutions."
It seems that al-Maliki relies heavily on National Conference, but in Baghdad, and any conditions or refuses to discuss the issue of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi fugitive accused of running death squads.
And many Iraqis fear that affect the severity of the differences in the blow up the internal political process, violence and to return to what it was.
Maliki said that "although many of these phenomena (political differences) is normal in a democratic system based on the ruins of the grim era of the dictatorship, and the experience of trying to build new traditions and new norms may be alien to many of us."
The prime minister hinted that any reconciliation conference to be held in Baghdad, he told his opponents and critics "to all of you I renew my invitation to the
meeting under one tent is all of our capital Baghdad, dear, without preconditions, and the provisions and the positions of any party is ready."
But Maliki's keenness to abide by agreements including the Convention on Arbil, which was formed on the basis of his government and said that the conference should "solve our problems on the basis of law and the Constitution, without neglecting the agreements reached during this period as long as constitutional."
He said he should be what comes with him any conference "does not conflict with the Constitution as provided for in all of these agreements, I am confident
that the solutions arising from the national will of exclusive at hand is easier than you expect if ratified intentions and there is a will seriously."
Maliki's message came a day after the end of the meeting which was held in Najaf without revealing the results, and could not for the "Twilight News" access to its decisions.
And al-Sadr on Saturday announced the conclusion of agreements between the two communities, including representatives of political blocs, but did not reveal anything other than to say it in the interests of Iraqis.
In addition to al-Maliki, missed the Islamic Supreme Council leader Ammar al-Hakim of the meeting was not attended as the head of the National Alliance.
And threatened the Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani, chest and head the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi and Osama al meeting in Arbil, which was held in late April last to withdraw confidence from the Maliki has not stopped the policy of "domination" in the decision-making.
The leaders agreed in a letter to the four demands of the eight must-Maliki implemented to ensure their support for his government, says the message is that if you refuse to comply with the principles and frameworks of this agreement will take practical steps within a period not exceeding 15 days to conduct a vote of
confidence in the government.
Promise of a coalition of state law on Saturday, the points raised by President Jalal Talabani to solve the crisis "more realistic" than embodied in a paper Arbil
meeting between leaders of the five.
And select Talabani on Friday, eight points to resolve disputes and unresolved issues between the blocks, which stop the media campaigns of mutual, and the rejection letter convulsive, and adopt a constructive dialogue aimed at establishing and strengthening the participants, and not to expand and deepen the differences, and the adoption of the Constitution as a reference invoked it, and respect its clauses.
Also included a commitment to the agreements made on the basis of the Government of the current partnership, including the agreement of Arbil in 2010, and the commitment and adherence to the fundamental principle upon which the current government, a principle of true partnership in the management of power, and responsibility, and concern for the independence of the system-election as an essential element of democracy.
He also urged to provide all the supplies to ensure a free and fair elections for provincial councils in 2013, and the House of Representatives in 2014.