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Parliamentary source reveals (range) Details Maliki's visit to Najafi

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Parliamentary source reveals (range) Details Maliki's visit to Najafi

On: Sun 07/15/2012 2:48

 Baghdad / Iyad al-Tamimi

Revealed a parliamentary source from the Iraqi List, the details of Maliki's visit and a delegation from the state of law to the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, saying that "it came to agree on the laws of code inside the Parliament sent by the government for more than two years and in addition to 152 bill, including the oil law and gas. "

Rejected by the Kurdistan Alliance calls for a draft law being initiated in 2007 and agreed to by the blocks at the time.

The source, who declined to be named in a statement to the correspondent term in parliament, said "The meeting was agreed a week ago, and Najafi-Maliki urged to consider a set of laws sent from the government to be included on the agenda for discussion and voting on them."

The source noted that "Najafi had promised Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during the visit to include these laws in the current legislative term," explaining that "This agreement falls within the paper of reform adopted by the National Alliance for the withdrawal of Iraq from the current political crisis."

The source added that "Najafi sought in recent days to hold a meeting with the President and the Prime Minister to put all the files and discussed extensively and wide," asserting that the speaker does not have any reservations about the paper of reform, however, he called on Prime Minister to implement time-sensible.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has visited, in the July 12, 2012, House Speaker Osama Najafi in his office in Baghdad with a delegation of the National Alliance, to offer his condolences for the death of his wife and mother.

Is considered to meet with Maliki and Najafi first in nearly four months, after the crisis has intensified their claims after the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister and the participation of the President of parliament meetings of Erbil, Najaf, and calls MPs from the coalition of state law to withdraw confidence from Najafi.

For his part, denied that the Kurdistan Alliance will be meeting Najafi and al-Maliki had been agreed when the contract deals are far from the eyes of the other blocks to pass laws strategy.

Attorney Shawn Mohamed Taha said in a statement yesterday that the "laws of all components of strategic interest to the people and can not be two parties to agree without the knowledge of others", in reference to the Kurdistan Alliance has a lot of laws that concern the Kurdish people in particular.

Taha and ruled that "there was a deal had been between Najafi and al-Maliki about the pass laws at the expense of calls to withdraw confidence from the parties."

The State of Law Coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki has revealed, in the June 23, 2012, to submit a request signed by 25 deputies to the Presidency of the Parliament to hold a special meeting to discuss the "violations" of constitutional and administrative boss Osama Najafi, indicating that the deputies sites belonging to different political blocs, as revealed leadership of the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi on May 22 last, for the collection of signatures of 163 deputies to remove from office Najafi.

The head of the Iraqi parliament Osama Najafi, on June 21, 2012, no objection to a request for dismissal if there were enough votes for that, as called for respect of applications submitted to the vote of no confidence by the Presidency of the Parliament, it was considered that there is no management will continue under the democratic system.

Taha stressed to such a visit as interference in the context of "the development of legislative and executive powers, after an exchange of charges in the recent times," and urged that the intervention of the Presidency in such dialogues in order to enable the authorities of the three coordination among them serve the public interest.

Conversely MP of the coalition of state law Yassin Majeed meeting between Prime Minister and a delegation of the National Alliance and Chairman of the House of Representatives to "positive", stressing that it had not been addressed to the crisis of confidence or questioning.

Majid said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The main objective of the visit by a delegation from the National Alliance, headed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the Office of House Speaker Osama Najafi is to offer condolences to the Ngeevi the death of one of his relatives", describing the meeting as "positive and friendly

The glorious that "the meeting, which lasted up time during which they ask a lot of issues and touched on many of the laws and the relationship between the executive and legislative branches, in addition to discussing the draft law of the infrastructure which has been studied in a parliament session on Thursday in the presence of the Ministers of Finance and Planning, as well as projects other laws. "

He continued glorious that "The meeting also included discuss the issue of re-former officers to serve in the current Iraqi army, as has been discussed many bills related to the executive and legislative branches," stressing that "has been an exchange of views on some other bills urgent that can contribute to providing services to citizens. "

On the other hand denied the glorious "is not addressed from a distance or from close to the subject of question the prime minister in parliament or to withdraw confidence from the government."

And evolved differences between Maliki and Najafi recently, where the student head of the government on the Fourth of July present, in an official document obtained long a copy, head of the House of Representatives to expedite the resolution of the issue to vote on the appointment of deputy ministers and heads of independent bodies, consultants, and candidates of the security ministries and team leaders, also called Maliki to speed up the legislation, the laws of political parties and the prohibition of the Baath Party and to approve the allocation of infrastructure and lift the immunity of deputies wanted to eliminate, in response Najafi, accusing the Council of Ministers not to implement the constitutional requirements that enable the Parliament to perform its duties, as he emphasized that 15 bill was withdrawn and the patient Pthariaha.

It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, in the June 24, 2012 that he would not be any questioning of his or withdraw confidence from it before it is "correct state of the parliament," which criticized the presidency of the House of Representatives, in the June 27, 2012, and stressed the need for the presence of al-Maliki to interrogation pursuant to the dictates of the Constitution.

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