SUNDAY, 22 DECEMBER / 2 JANUARY 2012 19:57 HITS: 4
Confirmed the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, Sunday, adherence to the senior leader Saleh al-Mutlaq as deputy prime minister and the absence of any alternative to it, while questioned the ability of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's dismissal of his deputy, or any minister.
A spokesman for the Iraqi Haider Mulla said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "the Iraqi List, committed to the welfare of al-Mutlaq in his position as Deputy Prime Minister and there is no alternative to it," adding that "the presence of al-Mutlaq in the ministerial cab came on the back of agreements Arbil, and if he wanted Maliki, a change in the cabin, he should take the initiative to dissolve the government and re-formed. "
Al Mulla said that "Maliki can not, and under the consensus of Arbil implement mechanisms for removal of a minister or deputy prime minister," emphasizing that "if Maliki's note on one of the Iraqi Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister, we have dozens of observations it too."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki presented in (21 December 2011), 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 has not appointed by al-Maliki to dismiss him from office, demanding the opening of all files against former security officials.
He called on al-Mutlaq in (January 15, 2012) to form a committee to consider the dispute winning between him and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, stressing his willingness to apologize or resign "if they are found" error and if the Commission requested to do so, while calling for the last Similarly, if proven negligence of it .
And started the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, in (17 December 2011), a boycott of parliament to protest what it called "political marginalization", as announced two days after that, the eight provinces and ministers meetings of the Council of Ministers.
The nation is a severe political crisis since last December, resulting from the indictment of Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi involvement to support terrorist operations, which led to the withdrawal of the Iraqi List, which belongs to it by the parliament and government, in order to find a solution to the crisis, President Jalal Talabani's political blocs early this month to hold a national conference, but that the options put forward by the leader of the Iraqi List of Iyad Allawi stepped up its position.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]