Shabandar rule out forming a majority government in the absence of the National Conference
Saturday, April 28 / April 2012 00:16
Ruled out close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, the formation of a political majority government in the absence of a national conference, believing that this would be the best option during the next session, as he emphasized the inability of voices calling for the withdrawal of confidence from the government achieve its goal.
The leader of the coalition of state law Izzat Shabandar in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The National Congress shall correct the path of the government and amending the framework of the partnership, and not discuss the survival of the Government of the partnership or not," unlikely "to form a majority government policy in the absence of the conference" .
He Shabandar that the "majority government is optimal for the next session to build the country and get rid of the outstanding problems now between the political blocs," pointing out that "the next session does not assume consensus government or a national partnership."
The Shabandar "not able to claim the votes of no confidence from the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to do so."
The MP for the coalition of state law Mohammed Saadoun Chihod revealed on Friday (April 27, 2012), the National Alliance's intention to form a majority government with a political coalition of national forces that wish to join them in the absence of the national meeting.
He also stressed the coalition of state law, 25 December 2011, to form a majority government at the present time the option of an emergency landing, noting that it would take to form a majority government in the event of inability of the national partnership for the fulfillment of their obligations.
As Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in the 21 of December 2011, that the next phase will be before the only two options, either to resort to the Constitution or go to a majority government, saying that the Government of partnership "tied", as he emphasized that what was happening during the last years of stage consensus does not fit today.
The Preparatory Committee held the meeting of the National, at the 24 this April, its absence of Iraqi List and the presence of representatives of coalitions national and Kurdistan, as mandated representatives of the National Alliance, the organization of work schedule proposal presented to members for comments in order to submit after the agreement was to the President to determine the date of the national meeting of the forthcoming .
The leader of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, (April 27, 2012), in agreement with the leaders of political blocs, with the exception of the Iraqi List, a "National Meeting" during the first week of the month of May next, calling the political blocs to establish objectives national priorities of the dialogues to overcome the problems.
However, the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, attributed, in the April 25, 2012, to boycott the meeting not to put the terms of Erbil on the agenda of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference.
Also criticized the mandate of the representatives of the National Alliance, the organization of the national agenda of the meeting, and stressed that this table for parties that do not have to be prepared by the Iraqi something, threatened by resorting to the rest of the political blocs to all constitutional options in the event of non-implementation of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the terms of Arbil.
The deputy accused the coalition of the state of law Alfalh on Friday (April 27, 2012), Turkey and Qatar supporting "militants" list for a boycott of the Iraqi National Congress, and warned that failure to post the list at the meeting will lead to Ngaebha for "cradle-political."
And select the president, Jalal Talabani, in (25 March 2012), the fifth of this April, the date for the national meeting, calling for the Preparatory Committee charged with preparing for the meeting to complete its work before the due date of the contract, but the National Congress was not held due to lack of agreement on its agenda.
The unity of the differences between the political blocs intensified after that shifted from the different Iraqi rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance, too, after the new President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani (the sixth of April 2012) his attack against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and accused him of shirking promises and commitments, stressing that the Kurds would not accept in any way to be positions and powers, however, one person "leads an army Mleonia and restore the country to the era of" dictatorship. "
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