Baghdad, June 8 (Rn) – The State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday that trend this year with all the political blocs is to resort to the national meeting to resolve differences after she was unable possibility of withdrawal of confidence from the government, noting that some of the signatories of the request to withdraw confidence change his conviction during the past two days.
It was a political rally under the name of (a gathering to meet Iraq’s) 37-deputy of the Iraqi List and white Iraqi and Iraqi Free announced its formation yesterday refused to withdraw confidence from the government and supportive of national unity.
And undermined the move to large-scale efforts of political parties is the Sadrist movement and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List is working to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki.
The leader of the coalition of state law, Abbas Saedi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the primary day to go to become ‘rational option through dialogue. And the position of President of the Republic by insisting on resolving the dispute through dialogue has a role in the truce.”
Saadi said “two days ago was a trend towards the withdrawal of confidence, but attitudes have changed and many of those who signed the request to withdraw confidence and changed their convictions, including 37 MPs, mostly from the Iraqi List, are against the project no confidence.”
He Saadi said, “We recognize that there were problems, but requires a strategy of the Iraqi state to resolve the problems.”
And embarked forces critical of the policy of al-Maliki in proceedings to withdraw confidence from him after he did not express any final response to the demands presented to him last month on the management of the state.
Since the formation of the current government wrestled with a list of the Iraqi List, a coalition of state law on the overall political issues, but what the differences is the increased entry of the Kurds on the line of political crisis and the Sadrists for his defection from the National Alliance.