Thursday, June 14, 2012 12:45
Sent President Jalal Talabani, a letter of reply to a message from the leaders of four political blocs explaining why he refused to sign the request for the withdrawal of confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
And the transfer of the Information Office of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan spokesman for the Union Party Jindiyani Azad as saying that ” President Talabani has prepared a letter of reply to the message received by the meeting of the parties to Erbil, explain all the facts as
These parties are for specific reasons which he refused to sign a message to the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi on the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. “
He declined Jindiyani detect the content of that letter justified his refusal by saying that “Iraqi leaders have not disclosed the content of their message to President Talabani, and respect us for this position, we also will not disclose the content of a letter Talabani, pleading, and if declared those parties the content of its message, then we will publish the text of the letter of the President Republic of the media. “
The four leaders who reply to their letter Talabani are Iyad Allawi and Massoud Barzani and Osama Najafi and Moqtada al-Sadr.
The call for the withdrawal of confidence by the President of the Republic has failed after President Talabani on June 9 that the number of signatories to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was  Vice-only which is less than the required number of  and called once again to the meeting national resolve the political crisis.
Held while the leaders of the Iraqi List, the Sadrists and the Kurdistan Alliance, Sunday June 10 meeting in Arbil, which passed to send a message to the explanatory President Jalal Talabani confirms the signatures of the safety and adequacy of the number of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
President Talabani announced on Monday June 4 you give it to Qoim signatures of MPs demanding the withdrawal of confidence from Maliki, but he formed a committee for scrutiny and then announced that the number is less than the required number of no confidence which made Iraq think a different way is to dismiss the prime minister after his interrogation.
And threatened the President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani during a meeting with representative of the Secretary-General of the UN Martin Kobler on Tuesday to resort to another option [undisclosed] in the event of acceptance of the Iraqi political forces that intend to intercept [dictatorship] the current situation of the country.