Date: Tue 1/24/2012 7:23
Caused the failure of the differences between its leaders to reach a mass Iraqi agreement on the transition from the partnership in the government to the opposition decided to postpone discussion of the topic to the next Thursday.
Where he witnessed a meeting of leaders of the Iraqi bloc led by Ayad Allawi, a difference in views on county government and a shift from participation to the opposition between self-sufficiency to continue to boycott meetings of both the government and parliament at the present time or go back to them and to clarify the positions of the cluster from the current political crisis in the country from the inside.
A source in the Iraqi daily "Elaph" Saudi Arabia, said a number of leaders felt that involvement in government is simply to cover the practices intersect with what the national project for the bloc, while others felt that to continue in the province is the best in the present circumstances to pave the way for attempts to end the crisis before the political decision to shift to the opposition.
He noted that after discussions among the participants in the meeting decided to grant the President Allawi bloc members more time and study all of these options over the next two days and meet again next Thursday to decide.
The Iraqi bloc has taken on the seventeenth of last month's decision to boycott both the government and parliament to protest the government's accusations of the vice president leading the Tareq al-Hashemi of inciting terrorism and issue a warrant for his arrest and also because of the request of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of the parliament to withdraw confidence from the deputy leader of the Iraqi Saleh al-Mutlaq likened to a dictator.
The Special Envoy of the UN into Iraq, Martin Kobler said last Sunday that the Iraqi bloc boycott of the parliament is a "bad idea" and urged it to reverse its decision to help solve the country's political crisis. "The government should continue its work and the parliament as well," .. Adding that "there is a separation of power in this country."
"I do not think the boycott is a good idea .. people should sit together, discuss about their political differences in the parliament on the basis of the constitution." "There's a place in Parliament, a place that must be solved when the disputes."
Kubler and stressed that "the current political crisis must end" .. "We are worried about the political tension because the country deserves the best, it's a rich country with poor people is still, and that political problems should not hinder economic progress."
National Alliance called on Iraq to end its boycott and not go for majority government
For his part, called the Iraqi National Alliance during a meeting headed by its leader, former Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the Iraqi bloc to end its boycott of the meetings of the government and parliament. The coalition said in a statement issued after the end of the meeting in Baghdad late last night, "support for the government of national partnership led by al-Maliki and urged them to continue their efforts to implement its government in order to achieve the hopes and aspirations of the Iraqi people and safeguard national unity."
He also stressed his position that the National Alliance to "the need to attend meetings of the existing Iraqi Council of Representatives and the Council of Ministers to contribute to the achievement of national and passage of legislation that are deserving already been carried out nationally, led by the law of the state budget."
He praised "encounters and dialogues that took place between the political parties .. stressing the importance of working for the supreme national interest and closing ranks to overcome the challenges." The meeting also discussed the ongoing preparations for the general national political forces expected to be held early next month's proposal is awaiting the return of President Jalal Talabani of the current medical treatment in Germany and the expected end of this week. For his part, deputy of the State of Law Coalition led by Maliki that "the insistence of the Iraqi List, not to return to parliament and the government Sadtrna to the formation of a political majority."
The MP added Ahsan al-Awadi said that "dialogues conducted by the political parties if they reached an impasse with the existing Iraqi government, the majority political option will be available to us." He told "Baghdadi News" saying, "I think that the government of the political majority is now, especially since the parliamentary sessions held now, the absence of the Iraqi List" .. He pointed out that "the existing squad in the parliament can form a government majority."
"The large blocks within the existing Iraqi attend parliament sessions, especially those announced by Anhqagaha Kketlh white nationalists and some independent MPs" .. Noting that "a coalition of law respects the presence and weight of the Iraqi List." He added that the bloc "seeks to communication and understanding and find ways to dialogue with the Iraqi List," pointing out that "the formation of the political majority will be the last, not first in the absence of finding formulas to resolve the political crisis."
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