05-01-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
A member of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman, Saturday, that claims to dissolve the government and parliament will not work in resolving the current crisis through which Iraq, noting that UN intervention will contribute to solving the crisis being experienced by the political process.
A member of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman for "Twilight News" that "claimants to dissolve the current government aim to dismiss (Prime Minister Nuri) al-Maliki, and this will not work because the government will continue its work for the caretaker."
He explained that the "UN intervention possible help to resolve the current political crisis because Iraq is still under Chapter VII."
He added that "any early elections Schoppea problems will not be free and fair, even though it was under international supervision and there is no country in counting the lack of a census."
And that "it is difficult to hold elections in a time when mixed securities, especially since there began repeating slogans of the former regime."
He added that "claims to hold early elections is well thought out at the time the president suffers from the disease and it is possible that the lead role to resolve the current crisis."
He added that "the international community is indifferent to what is happening in Iraq and that America withdrew her hand and no longer influential in the Iraqi political scene."
The leader of the Iraqi List and the former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi announced, on Friday, expressed support for early legislative elections in the country, called the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to offer his resignation.
Izzat Shabandar was in the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, on Friday, said his coalition will call for "solving" the government and the parliament, and pointed out that it may be within 48 hours.
The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called for, earlier, to hold early elections to resolve the current crisis and later endorsed by the leader of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi and Saleh al-Mutlaq.
Many cities experiencing of the provinces of Anbar and Nineveh mass demonstrations and civil disobedience started since last week to demand the release of detainees, especially women prisoners, and the abolition of the anti-terrorism law and "stop the marginalization" of the year. And some of the protesters demanded the abolition of the political process.
The protests began after the arrest of a special force a number of protections and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi, the leader of the Iraqi List, before they release them and keep on only nine.
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