TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2012
Source: altercation between Maliki and Talabani behind the deterioration of the health of the latter!
According to a source close to the president that the altercation got last night between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President Jalal Talabani, a behind the collapse of the health of the president to the prime.
The source added that the Prime Minister had visited yesterday evening the President of the Republic in his office and the parties discussed the crisis between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region, and during the meeting altercation occurred between Maliki and President Talabani, who more than once expressed his objection to the method adopted by the government in dealing with files outstanding and language and escalation of the threat, which met with a violent response by the prime minister, who blamed the region conflict, demanding that President deals with neutrality and non-alignment of nationality.
The reason for this in the major concern of the president, who said the owners stances supporting him and standing by his side in the crisis-confidence and lack of standing by his ally Barzani, but Re-Maliki that the process of non-confidence motion was aimed at Saleh Talabani before flowing into the MIB, where Talabani accused of seeking to weakening Kurdish rivals and regain influence in the region.
The source said according to the website "Shatt al-Arab" that President ended the meeting with the Prime Minister and asked him to renew consideration of the positions, and after exit Prime Minister complained Talabani to those close to him his sense of headaches, and then the evolution of his health and was in a coma suddenly and the result he was transferred to Medical City at night.
The source revealed that the President entered the phase of clinical death and doctors said that they are the result of a stroke as a result of nervous emotion and high level of blood pressure, and no hope in the continuation of the president's life only by a miracle
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