The rule of law is divided on the invitation Barzani!
Baghdad / Orr News
Conflicting positions of the National Alliance to invite the President of Kurdistan in Irbil to the meeting to discuss the political crisis, at the time parties to the renewed "National Alliance" adherence to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, denied that looked to replace it.
A source in state law that "the call of the president of the region does not serve the interests of the Iraqi forces as an attempt provocative to assert Baghdad's failure to hold a conference dissolves differences and promote the political process as a whole", referring to the rejection of the rule of law advocacy and his commitment to the National Conference called by President Jalal Talabani .
The source added, which is close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, "It was incumbent upon the President of the Kurdistan region to ask for lists of righteous positions would change her address and reduce its demands, because things are not solved in this way."
The source pointed out that the National Conference will be held soon in Baghdad is no need for any hand you want to hit the government. But the MP for the rule of law Aboud Issawi said that "the National Alliance welcomes the invitation by Barzani."
In the meantime, see the Supreme Council, led by Ammar al-Hakim that he "can not replace the Prime Minister or withdraw confidence from the government in any way because the stage need to unite everyone to get out of the crisis that has hit the political process."
He pointed out that both houses of vice "This does not mean there is no feedback on the performance of the government, but the case requires that the patch does not have to dissolve the government and the withdrawal of confidence and engage them in the corridors in search of a new consensus on a candidate for prime minister."
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