Thanked the protesters who tore partition maps
Maliki warns of a return to sectarian strife in Iraq Last Update: Friday, 08/03/2013
Baghdad - Zidane-Rubaie:
Warned Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Thursday the risk of blowing the fire of sedition and sectarianism, stressing the need to abide by the constitution, despite the differences on some of its clauses. The Iraqi List, said that the uniqueness of governance and meddling in Iraq's parliament lead toward dictatorship.
Maliki said in a speech on the occasion of the celebration of International Women's Day, "the protesters and politicians to beware of complacency with the current crisis in the country, because of sectarian war on the doors and no one is safe from it, so traders will not win wars." And called for a "review of the countries that are now suffering confusion after the change," and wondered "Do you want to become like those countries."
He added that "there are politicians hide their bad intentions and seek to exploit events to implement and extend my thanks to the protesters who tore maps dividing Iraq along sectarian lines."
Iraq has suffered since the withdrawal of U.S. troops at the end of 2011 a severe political crisis moved effects to the House of Representatives due to conflicting attitudes towards the demands of the demonstrators, and the possibility of achieving on the ground in the presence of rejection by some political forces.
On the other hand called al-Maliki, to the establishment of an independent justice, and said that the Constitution needs to be amended and there are no comments on some of its paragraphs. He said that "does not believe the state has to come out because our system is illegal and outside the system lose legitimacy," and called for "the establishment of an independent panel of judges."
For his part, warned the coalition in Iraq, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, of attempts to repeal Chapter of powers between the legislative, executive and judicial. He also warned of what he called, "blatant interference" to the Prime Minister in the work of the parliament and the expansion of independent bodies.
The coalition said that warns of attempts by the prime minister politicization of the judiciary and independent bodies in order to fortify its position in power.
The statement pointed out that attempts to enter the Prime Minister work of independent bodies "culminated excluding Falah Shanshal for the presidency of the accountability and justice, and replace it with another person, a Dawa Party candidate without any legal or constitutional basis, with the text of the Constitution clearly subordinate body of the parliament.
The coalition in Iraq saw these practices Back to the uniqueness of which will lead to dictatorship.
Stressing that it will stand firmly with the Iraqi political forces that Nahit of the former regime and the political process laid against such attempts.
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