Posted 14/07/2012 08:36 AM
Babinaoz (Reuters) – The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, expressed concern over the increasing political tensions, which hamper efforts to push Iraq towards progress and prosperity, as pointed out that the continued negative impact on the security situation there.
The Ki-moon in a report to the Security Council last night about the work of the United Nations mission to help Iraq, UNAMI, said that “If you were not there to address meaningfully all parties in Iraq, it could hamper efforts to push the country towards progress and prosperity,” pointing to the that “the continued political tensions could negatively affect the security situation in the country.”
The Ki-moon expressed concern “about the increasing political tensions,” noting that “the current political impasse also hamper efforts to resolve the outstanding issues on disputed internal boundaries.”
Ki-moon stressed that “these issues are still central to the stability of Iraq in the future,” calling on Iraqis to “work in a spirit of consensus and inclusiveness, in accordance with the Constitution for the future of a peaceful and prosperous Iraq.”
And visited Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with a delegation of the National Alliance, Alokhamis yesterday, Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Nujaifi in Baghdad and they offered him their condolences and the condolences of the death of his wife and mother.
Is considered to meet with Maliki and Najafi is the first in nearly four months, where the crisis has intensified between them after claims the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister and the participation of the President of parliament meetings of Erbil, Najaf, and calls MPs from the coalition of state law to withdraw confidence from Najafi, after detecting a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, in (June 23, 2012), to submit a request signed by 25 deputies to the Presidency of the parliament to convene a special session to discuss the “violations” of constitutional and administrative boss Osama Najafi, indicating that the deputies sites belonging to different political blocs, as revealed leadership of the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi (22 last May), for the collection of signatures of 163 deputies to remove from office Najafi.
The head of the Iraqi parliament Osama Najafi, on June 21, 2012, no objection to a request for dismissal if there were enough votes for that, as called for respect of applications submitted to the vote of no confidence by the Presidency of the Parliament, it was considered that there is no management will continue under the democratic system.
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, in (June 24, 2012) that there will be any questioning of his or withdraw confidence from it before it is “correct state of the parliament,” which criticized the presidency of the House of Representatives, in (June 27, 2012), and stressed the need to attend Maliki to the interrogation pursuant to the dictates of the Constitution.
And met with Maliki’s comments, a series of reactions, has seen the Kurdistan Alliance, it challenges that the modern constitution, the state and democracy and is trying to pressure the President of parliament, Osama Najafi, also considered the Iraqi List, to ignore Maliki’s demand for questioning “the continuation of the method of uniqueness” to power, and warned that Amadah this approach will show the country at risk.
And evolved differences between Maliki and Najafi, asked the Prime Minister on the Fourth of July present, in an official document received “Alsumaria News”, a copy of which, the President of the House of Representatives to expedite the resolution of the issue to vote on the appointment of deputy ministers and heads of independent bodies, consultants, and candidates of the security ministries and team leaders, He also called for Maliki to speed up the legislation, the laws of political parties and the prohibition of the Baath Party and to approve the allocation of infrastructure and lift the immunity of deputies wanted to eliminate, in response Najafi, accusing the Council of Ministers not to implement the constitutional requirements that enable the Parliament to perform its duties, as he emphasized that 15 bill was withdrawn and the patient Pthariaha.
Observers believe that the political crisis, and claims to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki began Balhalhh, especially after the decline of the Sadrist movement for his position, and the formation of the National Alliance for Reform Commission, which presented a paper of 70 material, notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies, ministries, security and balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and organs of the state.