Erbil, 28 December / December (Rn) - The leader of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi said in a statement Wednesday that the coalition requires the presence of President of Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to any meeting on the current crisis. and issued the Iraqi judiciary on Monday an arrest warrant for al-Hashemi after being accused of involvement to carry out attacks against members of the armed and security officials. Hashemi faces charges of driving death squads based on the confessions of a television to the men say they have bodyguards. Deny Hashemi charges and says they were fabricated. can warrant to fuel sectarian tensions in Iraq following the withdrawal of U.S. troops and puts the fragile agreement to share power in jeopardy.
Allawi said in a statement distributed to reporters by e-mail "will not be able to Iraqi List, the presence of any new meetings for resolving the the current crisis without the presence of Brother President of Kurdistan Region and the tolerance of Messrs. Moqtada al-Sadr and Hakim and all the leaders of the blocs. "
He also called for "the formation of a committee of senior political leaders to oversee the integrity of the investigation and without interference in the judicial proceedings" in relation to the issue of al-Hashemi. being politicians, senior Iraqi talks with Maliki and other leaders to contain the situation for fear of exacerbating the crisis that could push Iraq back into the midst of sectarian turmoil.
He called Allawi also to "take immediate steps to address the policy arbitrary final against political partners, and to release all those detained for political reasons based on charges of malicious." and the escalation of divisions also request of the owners of the House of Representatives provides for isolating the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq from office.
Allawi called to "act immediately to implement the Convention on Arbil in full and with full guarantees from all the political forces in the country because the absence of the partnership has beyond any doubt a threat to security, stability and unity of Iraq as we see now. "
Hashemi and al-Mutlaq, leader of the Iraqi bloc, a group of secular nature, and joined reluctantly to the unity government led by al-Maliki. Allawi called also to "stop the exploitation of devices inform the Iraqi state for defamation and political influence on the course of justice and public opinion."
Allawi said that the coalition believes that "all options must remain open, including the holding of new elections and the possibility of a coalition of national political figure, a new nomination for the post of Prime Minister .. believes fully the concept of national partnership to avoid slipping back into furnace of dictatorship." Open: Murtaza Yousuf
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