Hassoun Fatlawi: Iraqi trying to be a stumbling block in the way of the political process
Ali Abdullah - 13/01/2012 PM - 1:27 p.m.
Accused MP / National Alliance / Hassoun, the Iraqi List, as Fatlawi be a stumbling block in the way of the political process, noting that the reason for the differences is the current positions.
Fatlawi said in a press statement on Friday: some outstanding problems between the Iraqi List and the state of the law, but the most important paragraph in the differences are the positions that you want to get out of Iraq, adding that Iraq received all entitlements and positions obtained by not bend.
He Fatlawi: that Iraq obtained the post of Speaker and Vice-President and Deputy Prime Minister and ( and the ministries in addition to other positions Kalmdra Amyin and agents of the Minister.
He Fatlawi to: that Iraq was trying to be a stumbling block in the way of the political process, calling on all political blocs to submit to the national interest to be self-resolve all differences.
As for the issue of Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi said Fatlawi: milk issue purely judicial and can not be solved through dialogue, and continued that the issue of al-Hashemi issue purely judicial and the Iraqi List, you want to solve through dialogue and within the political deal but can not be resolved within the political deal because of the resolved so will fall into the people.
And Iraq is going through a crisis of great political, the first after the American withdrawal and the result of issuing a warrant of arrest against the Vice President of the Republic of command in the list of Iraq Tariq al-Hashemi on charges of supporting terrorism and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the deputy leader of the Iraqi List, also Saleh al-Mutlaq, After a description of the owners of last resort is not built as a dictator, prompting the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, to suspend its membership in the Council of Ministers and House of Representatives, and submit a request to the parliament of no confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
Boycotted the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, in (17 December 2011), the Council of Representatives to protest what it called "political marginalization," while the Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the list Saleh al-Mutlaq, two days later, the Iraqi and running eight cabinet seats in a government of 31 ministers, decided to boycott meetings of the Council of Ministers.
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