*****Considered the Iraqi List, Wednesday, accused by the MP for the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod plotting to overthrow Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to try to crisis in the relationship with its leader, Iyad Allawi, *****accusing him of possession of a plot to threaten Iraq and the political stability, while confirming that things are going a new direction by all blocks in order to make changes for the benefit of the citizen and to prevent autocracy.*****
The adviser said the Iraqi Hani Ashour in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Some people are trying crisis in the relationship between the coalition and Iraqi state law on the one hand and between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Iraqi leader Ayad Allawi, on the other hand," adding that "they are trying to Aatachewa to crises. "
The MP for the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod was charged in an interview earlier "Alsumaria News" today, parties in the Iraqi List led by the planned financing of a regional drop-Maliki, noting that the delay in naming ministers of security a pillar of this scheme, confirmed that the scheme will face failure.
*****Ashour went to "the last period, since the beginning of Ramadan, *****and so far has shown that things are quiet and there are understandings between the two lists,***** rounding of views," *****asserting that "these statements are the same plans that you want to exacerbate the situation in Iraq and create a crisis, and launched himself has planned to threaten Iraq's stability political. "*****
The adviser to the Iraqi "These statements will have no effect because of the divorce is not policy-makers," noting that "the Iraqi leader asked President Jalal Talabani and move to implement the agreements that have been talked about in the last meeting of the blocks."
He Ashour that "the Taliban is making great efforts to hold a new meeting between the leaders of the blocks to implement what was agreed at the last meeting," stressing that "things are going a new direction by all the blocks in order to make changes for the benefit of the citizen and to prevent autocracy."
Ashour explained that the "lack of confidence of the blocks to each other is the great dilemma that led to the lack of access to the final solutions in most of the crisis", calling for the need to "provide good will and mutual trust to end all problems and crises."
Ashour was considered that "the Iraqi List, basically do not trust the promises, while others do not trust Baerakip also because they are always afraid, and believe they are in a critical situation and the risk that others are not with them, and certainly this perception is wrong."
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