National Alliance offers three options for the return of al-Mutlaq
MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki
Erbil Jan. 13 (PNA) - MP for a coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, on Thursday, announced the launch of the National Alliance Chairman Ibrahim al-Jaafari to the list of three options on the Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq.
He noted that those options include the resignation or an apology or offer an alternative candidate for, and denied reports about the approval of the Deputy Prime Minister Omar Karbouli to be a substitute for al-Mutlaq.
Maliki said in a press statement that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has not yet been able to meeting with heads of blocs to discuss the request of the Prime Minister dismissed his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, for technical reasons," revealing that "the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari gave the Iraqi list three options on the issue of his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq."
He made it clear that "these options are either to resign or apologize to the Prime Minister, or nominate a substitute for it," asserting that "al-Mutlaq is a partner in the political process, and does not accept the call from the partner's statements beyond the boundaries of political correctness."
Denied the MP for a coalition of state law, "the consent of the Prime Minister to be MP Omar al-Mutlaq Karbouli a substitute for," adding that "there is no name Matrouh now substitute for al-Mutlaq."
Maliki pointed out that "the issue now at al-Mutlaq, and is expected to choose the most suitable to him and discuss it within the list to make a decision about it."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki made in the 21 last December, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the deputy leader of the Iraqi List, Saleh al-Mutlaq, after describing it as "a dictator does not build," and received the Iraqi List, two days after the request of al-Maliki that al-Mutlaq, not appointed by Maliki to dismiss him from office, demanding the opening of all files against former security officials.
The new al-Maliki on the sixth of this January, his refusal to return to his deputy, al-Mutlaq, the Council of Ministers, and stressed that the latter's return "is not possible.
He also called al-Mutlaq, on Wednesday to the change of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and that its survival in what was seen at the head of the government equal to the division of Iraq and drag Iraq into a disaster, he possesses information indicating Iran's support to the survival of Maliki.
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