WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2013 09:37 Today at 7:58 am
Twilight News / predicted a coalition of state law, Wednesday, the return of all the Iraqi List ministers to attend the meetings of the Council of Ministers following the termination and Electricity Minister Abdul Karim Aftan boycott her, returned the decision to boycott was "wrong" for lack of usefulness in achieving the demands of the demonstrators.
The MP said Abbas al-Bayati, in an interview with "Twilight News", that the coalition believes that "ministers of the Iraqi List would soon return to the line-up," noting that "the Iraqi discovered that its withdrawal was wrong and the proof is that their withdrawal from the parliament did not continue as they capabilities for attendance in the sessions of the Council of Representatives. "
Al-Bayati said they "discovered that their marketing of the concept of withdrawal from the parliament was the wrong slogan, and that there is pressure on them by their constituents," he said, adding that "everyone has been proven to have the boycott would not benefit demonstrators something."
Bayati asked "for the content of the message you want to Iraqi notified through repeated Anzhabadtha", pointing out that "the Iraqi withdrawal may make in an embarrassing position in front of voters because they elected them to defend their interests do not sit at home."
And decided Electricity Minister Abdul Karim Aftan yesterday, ending a boycott of cabinet meetings and return to his ministry surpassing the decision to his list.
Sources informed political within the Iraqi List earlier, on Wednesday, the existence of resentment large between the leaders of existing decision of the Minister of Electricity Abdul Karim Aftan in his return to cabinet meetings, his lack of decision list County Government, indicating that there is a tendency to dismiss him from the list.
And the Iraqi List, decided to suspend their presence at the meetings of the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives against the backdrop of the arrest of protection and finance minister in the WIN list Rafie al-Issawi, as well as what it called a failure to meet the demands of the demonstrators.
The witness Salahaddin, Anbar and Nineveh ins open more than two months ago against the policies of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
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