Chihod: otherwise Maliki and Sadr will not affect the National Alliance and determine how any block where the loss of all
Details The Time On Saturday, 15 January 1 / December 2012 01:35
The Deputy for a coalition of state law, on Friday, that the differences between the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, "will not affect" the general framework of the National Alliance, asserting that "failure" or "determine how" any block within the Alliance leads to the result "a loss of all."
The MP said Mohammed Alziod, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The demonstrations Sadrists against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a matter of course and really guaranteed by the Constitution of the demonstrators that express their point of view," adding that "what distinguishes the democratic system is providing an opportunity for everyone to express from their point of view. "
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki criticized, in (10 of December) data cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, stressing that such data "no longer have the importance of being contradictory and are quickly coup", while Sadr called to face the consequences of his accusations have "judicially ".
That sparked strong reactions among the followers of Sadr, who pretend since day Tuesday, 11/12/2012 in Sadr City east of the capital Baghdad, and Basra in southern Iraq, architecture and Najaf, Kufa and Karbala and Wasit and Dhi Qar and Babil condemnation statements launched by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, against the chest, and they burned, stressing that "the last warning Maliki," warned the political body of the Sadrist movement of "insulting" the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr would lead to "big implications" in the Iraqi street.
He thanked the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr, Wednesday, (12.12.2012), the demonstrators who came out to support him in Baghdad, Basra and Najaf, Amara and Karbala, "for their loyalty" to him and the family of al-Sadr, but he invited them to "rise above the insults and verbal abuse and raise shameful images" during protests Maliki's remarks.
And considered Chihod, that "mutual criticism between the leader of the Sadrist movement and the prime minister is a matter of different views," pointing out that this "difference is an evaluation of the political process in general and would not affect the general framework of the National Alliance."
The National Alliance MP, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said there was "constants or principles not unlike the members of the National Alliance of which they are the largest parliamentary bloc What enabled them to form a government and make the current political process continues," adding that "but the goal of this difference should be calendar other Tsagath not about the goal of access to the political process integrated. "
And went Chihod say, "the members of the coalition realize that the failure of any political bloc within it or try to make it fail or drop it leads to the result to the loss of all", according to his vision.
The demonstrations came as a reaction to Maliki's remarks critical of statements cleric, on a package of Russian weapons, as the leading development in chronic stress between Maliki and Sadr, since statements last on arms deals and the position of the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, which he accused him of "dictator" and he buys weapons to "another country", and suggest these demonstrations "Disengagement" the current coalition between them and the difficulty of the alliance in the future.
The Shiite leader Moqtada al-Sadr Re said in a statement issued by his office on the (fourth from December, the current), the letter which was launched by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and attacked the Kurds and the Sadrists, promised that the "threats" which appeared in the speech was a "grave mistake", and advised him that "alter his", while he stressed that the purchase of arms should be "for Iraq is not another state.", while attacked Maliki, Sadr, "hint", during a press conference, in (the first of December, the current), and described as "the leader of militia to kill and slaughter" and talk about human rights and dictatorship, accusing political parties to "distort the Constitution" and raise noise about it.
The previously issued criticized in the 30 of November last, al-Maliki's policy toward the Kurdistan region as a "dictator," asserting that the Tigris troops carry out "provocative" outside powers.
And caught a war of words recently between the Sadrists and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after an interview Sadrists for a surplus in revenues of oil revenues and rejected Prime Minister distributed among citizens, while Re-Maliki on charges Sadrists, saying that "the words of Congress from oil revenues is disparagingly citizens of Iraq."
Accuse the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, his political opponents, focusing on Russian arms deal to cover up what he calls "the central bank scandal", which led to the dismissal of Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and the arrest of a number of its employees on charges of corruption.
The country is witnessing campaigns mutual accusations between the political blocs on the existence of corruption in the arms deal Russia signed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with Russia in the 12 of October 2012, which was one of the results of the overthrow Spokesmen Ali al-Dabbagh, in addition to the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil on recent military moves in the disputed areas, while observers believe that these events may be "fabricated" some political forces for the purposes of the special election with the approach of provincial elections scheduled for April of next year 2013.
For the Sadrists 40 seats in parliament, and is the second player in the National Alliance after a coalition of state law, and play Sadrists crucial role in Maliki's second term after lifting of the veto him and support a candidate coalition only and abandoning a project to form a government with the Iraqi List, was also promoted, especially after meetings between al-Sadr and the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi.
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