23/05/2012 09:19 Iraq: Countdown to post Al-Maliki

Baghdad, May 23 (aknews) – the Iraqi list led by former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, Wednesday, the final countdown to post Al-Maliki had begun, noting that there were alarming information on the next stage.

Attorney for Hussein Al-Shaalan said in remarks published Sunday, may term (20/5/2012), that "Mr. Sadr insisted at a meeting of leaders in Najaf, the deadline of one week for the national coalition to end the lingering political crisis, answering message leaders meeting Arbil," said "the lesson is not in time as much as the other party holds good intentions to get out of the crisis".

As leader of the sadrist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, agreement on rejecting dictatorship and exclusivity to power the better the results of the meeting of representatives of parties and blocs in Najaf.

The spokesman for the Iraqi national accord movement, the Kurdistan Hédi alzalmy News Agency (aknews) that "the countdown stage beyond Maliki has begun and systems up to the precipice always intentionally to dramatize an informative about the seriousness of the next stages.

Alzalmy said that "there are subjects able to lead the country as a substitute for Al-Maliki will be leadership in the next stage and the issue is not about one person." According to him.

"The political actors are being finalized for the post of Prime Minister Al-Maliki is replaced with another alternative candidate from the National Alliance."

The National Alliance has confirmed receipt of a request signed by the four leaders are Massoud Barzani and Iyad Allawi, Sadr, Osama alngivi to nominate an alternative to Maliki to head the Government.

The request came after a timeout 15 daily four leaders granted Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to implement Group Policy in the country. Correctional

Maliki said in response to a request at that time and the time that the reforms those demands looking at national meeting, which he called him President Jalal Talabani and not through temporary limits.

Among the parties claim to replace Maliki is comrades which is a component of the national companies within the 40-seat Chamber of Deputies and the leader Muqtada al-Sadr's recent criticism of the policy adopted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in dealing with its partners.

From: Raman brusick, pen: a Baghdadi