The failure of Maliki's plan to delete from the political game Allawi
Allawi, Maliki's efforts fail to break through the Iraqi List, included 10 deputies from the unity of Iraq to the ranks of his list
Ahmed Saadi / Shatt al-Arab - 12/07/2011
Announced last night joined the list of Iraq's unity Bnoabha the 10 to the Iraqi List.
Observers consider it a political message delivers it to the owners of content Allawi's efforts failed last in the fragmentation of the Iraqi List, a list that came out stronger in the ranks of 101 deputies.
During the news conference, Allawi announced that the coalition and the unity of Iraq has now merged with the Iraqi List, fully integrated. He said that the coalition leaders who have decided to merge with the Iraqi their historical role is clear in the installation of the principles of national direction and Democrats have "been the day to achieve this integration, God willing, and will integrate also the forces and other figures in the national project to achieve the happiness and welfare of the Iraqi people."
Jawad al-MP and former interior minister and leader of the coalition and the unity of Iraq, has said that the announcement of a merger with Iraq is a step towards the rising political ambitions of the Iraqi people.
For his part, said Saleh al-Mutlaq, Deputy Prime Minister Prime National Dialogue Front, one of the formations of the Iraqi List, the initiative that took place today is a response to each of the tried and tries to or believes he can break up the Iraqi national project.
He stressed al-Mutlaq "not to accept the laws of ablation, exclusion and marginalization that is still some political leaders to turn to." "The Iraqi national project is capable of leading the country, We will set up a civil state of civilization that Iraq return to its natural position."
As Sheikh Ahmed Abu Risha, the Chairman of the Iraq Awakening leader of the coalition and the unity of Iraq, has said that the merger "makes us powerful toward the state of projects trying to divide Iraq and will stand firmly to meet them."
The spokesman for Iraqi MP Haider Mulla pointed out that Iraq and those who integrate with it "will remain a national project does not accept the division into two units of the Iraqi people and maintain the dignity and well-being and the well-off to this people."
The failure of Maliki's plan to delete from Allawi's political game
As I mentioned the other hand, informed political sources told the Shatt al-Arab that a decision has been issued from the Dawa Party led by Mr. Maliki, Allawi's speech after the fiery and violent against the party, Allawi's lead should be deleted from the political game in the Iraqi scene and forever.
The source said that the plan developed for the stages of shunning Allawi, the House of Representatives under the pretext of repeated absences, and then submit a security against Allawi to eliminate in the case of a cell accused of financing Alzerkh.
The source added that the party was expected to escape Allawi of Iraq and end its political role, or detained, arrested and presented to the courts under the pretext of his association with terrorism.
The source pointed out that the party had begun his efforts to dismantle the Iraqi List, by approaching Prominent Sunni Arab leaders, including Salman Jumaili and Saleh al-Mutlaq and Talal Zobaie and try to contain the other leaders, but Joppeoa rejection of all these leaders that have adopted the unity of the Iraqi List, on the background knowledge of a plot to dismantle the Iraqi throwing them into disorder and weakening of all parties affiliated to them.
The source said that the Dawa Party, he thought he could isolate Allawi and end the political role in the Iraqi scene the same way that raid against Ahmed Chalabi as the withdrawal from the presidency of the accountability and justice and accused the son of his sister, Hussein Al-Azri files corruption caused the escape of the latter from Iraq and hire a management Commercial Bank of Iraq for close to Prime Minister Chalabi and to prevent a ship from sailing into Bahrain.
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