Deputy for Iraq Reveals: an Agreement to Hold a National Conference this Month


Good evening folks!

Well, this one almost slipped by! LOL!!!

In short this article shows that Sadr was not impressed by Maliki’s grandstanding in Kirkuk the other day!

We spoke about this in a earlier post today.

~ Mr. IQD


Deputy for Iraq reveals: an agreement to hold a national conference this month
On: Wednesday 09/05/2012 14:13

Baghdad (news) .. A member of the list to renew MP / coalition in Iraq / Osman Algehiche, an agreement between the political blocs to hold a national conference this month, stressing that the leaders of political blocs began moving to the National Conference, to get out by the satisfactory of the crisis.
said Algehiche in a statement (of the Agency news) on Wednesday: talking about the withdrawal of confidence from the current government is very difficult, the seriousness of the implications indicating the following: that the political blocs and their leaders realize the seriousness of the application of this idea, especially since the current government was formed after years of consultations among themselves, until now incomplete. The Iraqi MP: The movements of the political blocs reached the semi-initial agreement to hold national conference this month, noting that all the blocks waiting for the conference out of the political situation which was reflected in the performance of the government and the House of Representatives and the Iraqi people. This gave the current leader Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr, the National Alliance (15) days, to implement all the agreements between the political blocs, its row is withdrawn confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, with calls for a coalition of state law, led by al-Maliki to hold a national meeting and put all differences and resolved through the Constitution. / Finished / 7. for. m /

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