Deputy of the Liberal: Maliki expressed his paper with the flexibility of the consultative meeting

Posted: May 15, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics, Top Headlines
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Tuesday, May 15 / May 2012 14:33

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates MP for the Liberal parliamentary bloc Ali al-Timimi that “Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki showed great flexibility with the paper that came out of the consultative meeting in Erbil.”

And saw in Erbil earlier consultative meeting included both President Jalal Talabani and Mr. Sadr, and Masoud Barzani, president of the Kurdistan region and Iyad Allawi, head of the coalition in Iraq and Osama Najafi House Speaker did not attended by representatives from a coalition of state law.

And said Tamimi told {Euphrates News} on Tuesday that “al-Maliki showed great flexibility with the terms of the paper Consultation Meeting in accepting resolve the issue of the security ministries and the issue of the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq and commitment to finding appropriate solutions, indicating that the issue Hashemi has become in the hands of the judiciary and can not be prime minister to intervene. “

And pointed out that “everyone is now waiting for a response to the terms of the paper Consultation Meeting and we hope to be more than just promises that can develop a mechanism to resolve all outstanding problems and to determine where the timeframe for the implementation of the nine items as soon as possible.”

Tamimi and added “if the non-application of the nine items will broach the subject in the National Alliance as the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament, who can decide whether they will choose the alternative to Maliki coalition would be forced to do with practical measures by which to withdraw confidence from the material according to the Maliki government constitutional. “

The consultative meeting came a document composed of nine items, including the withdrawal of confidence in the Maliki government within fifteen days if not implemented the terms of Erbil.

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