Iraq: time out of the National Alliance to replace al-Maliki ends next Saturday
24/05/2012 13:01

Baghdad, May 24 (Rn) - The Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Thursday, said that the time limit granted to the National Alliance to provide a replacement for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as prime minister ends next Saturday.

The letter signed by four leaders are Massoud Barzani, Saturday and Iyad Allawi and Moqtada al-Sadr and Osama Najafi, grace the National Alliance, a week to nominate a replacement for al-Maliki for prime minister.

Maliki's opponents say that dealing with the latter is politically very difficult. If the coalition did not respond positively, according to leaders of the Iraqi List, the move to withdraw confidence from Maliki's government is the alternative.

A spokesman for the National Accord Movement that fall under the Iraqi List, Zalmi Hadi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the deadline week, which was granted to the National Alliance meeting in Najaf ends the last Saturday."

He Zalmi that "the National Alliance on alternative to Maliki's nomination to head the coalition government of himself."

As if I can not agree on a replacement for the owners to head the government said Zalmi that "other options will be available (no-confidence through the Council of Representatives)."

He says meeting in Erbil, Najaf, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not announce his intention to implement the points in the second message of Arbil, a guide to adopt the policy of procrastination in the implementation of previous agreements.

The prime minister defended himself by saying that the Arbil agreements fully implemented and the remaining part is the responsibility of the Council of Representatives, which holds the presidency of the Iraqi List. Referring to the Law Council of strategic policies.

Since the formation of the current government wrestled with a list of the Iraqi List, a coalition of state law on the overall political issues, but what the differences is the increased entry of the Kurds on the line of political crisis and the Sadrists for his defection from the National Alliance.

The second meeting of Irbil is a message to the National Alliance to build is threatened after the accession of the Sadrist movement, which has 40 seats in the House of Representatives to the claimants Basalahiat political and not to limit authority, however, al-Maliki.