Iraq: Maliki if he wants to continue his job he must act as prime minister and not as leader of his party
04/11/2011 PM - 4:31 PM | Hits: 120

Called the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to act as Chairman of the Council of Ministers and not the leader of the Dawa Party, if he wants to keep his position, accusing him of dealing sectarian with the provinces required to establish territories and selectivity in the application of the Constitution, while confirming that the approach of the provincial councils, including Saladin is consistent with the law and the Constitution.

A spokesman for the Iraqi Haider Mulla said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "all acts and statements by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his remarks delivered between now and then reflect that the Secretary of the Dawa Party, rather than a prime minister of Iraq," calling "al-Maliki to act with an area of deep Iraq, not as the secretary-general to the Dawa party, if he wants to continue his job as prime minister. "

Al Mulla said that "the case that the time is appropriate to declare regions indicate not as much as al-Maliki deal with Iraq's provinces as president of the Council of Ministers," asserting that "the existence of dimensions of sectarian behind the way it deals with al-Maliki with the demands of some of the provincial councils, including Salahuddin."

The Mullah that "of being at the site of the Prime Minister has to deal with an area and depth of Iraq and his great historic, and can not accommodate this depth do not imagine that he will remain in his position," calling on Maliki to "abandon the selectivity in the application of the Constitution."

Mulla stressed the need for "conscious of the seriousness of the political blocs who ruled Iraq with the mentality of the President of a political party."

And asserted that "what do the provincial councils, including Salahuddin is consistent with the law and the Constitution, and who has the problem in understanding the Constitution upon review of the Federal Court to understand the provisions of the law and the Constitution," noting that "the law No. 21 of 2008 set a time limit and place for a year and a half, to be announced federations, provincial councils have acted in accordance with the Constitution. "

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki renewed, at a conference of elders and dignitaries of the families of the province of Dhi Qar held, on Thursday (4/11/2011), in the provincial council, rejected the establishment of regions on a sectarian basis, considering the goal of these regions is to contain the Baath, and pointed out that the of the shift to the right of the provincial federations, but the regulations and obligations.

And the voice of the province of Salahuddin, in (27 October 2011), considering maintaining a territory administratively and economically within a unified Iraq, as announced in (the first of November 2011), that the central government took over the book's request for a region in the province, stressing that it began account the legal period for this project.

The Department of Salahuddin province, on Thursday (November 3, 2011), for consent to search the decision to establish the region with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after the holiday Eid al-Adha, while confirming that the legislative and executive branches in the province Mthompsktan the decision of the administration of the Territory, which is irreversible.