Sadr refuses to comment on the withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki with the deadline set! + Analysis by MrIQD

HAT TIP:  Iraq4AllNews.dk


Happy Thursday Friends,
Well, the news has been really “quite” for the “news” we really are looking for.  Don’t get us wrong, there is plenty of stuff out there, but most of it is recycled or no better than what we were getting in yesterday.
So, the point being, we are not ignoring you, we are just not trying to flood you with tons of news that you can get on other sites, we want to find the gems and comment on only those few, like this article.  🙂
What we read in to this article, is basically Sadr is the kingpin of this whole movement, he is not saying anything to the meeting about his deadline because there must have been a last minute proposal of compromise by Maliki.
Probably what is happening is he is keeping quiet to the media on purpose to let the political blocks consider Maliki’s proposal of compromise.
It is our assumption that in the interest of Iraq and their Constitution, it would be best for Maliki to stay!  Only because it would mean that he agreed to the Erbil power sharing agreement and the Ministers are seated.
As frustrating as all this is for all of us, we believe that the fastest way to seeing the CBI.iq release the RV would be for Maliki to agree to Erbil and move forward with the power sharing agreements, HCL etc.
Well, we’ve chewed our fingernails down nearly to the bone, this waiting and anticipation is certainly stressing all of us out, but as we have always believed… “It is much better to have patience, rather than become a (mental) Patient!”  LOL!!!
~ Mr. IQD

Author: Cairo – conscious 1 – 05/17/2012 16:56:41

Rejection of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, to comment on the question about the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the deadline set by him, and when he said he did not receive a response from the National Alliance on his message so far, he noted that the decision whether or not to stick to demands will be determined during the next few hours.

He said Moqtada al-Sadr during a joint press conference held today in Najaf with the leader of the Iraqi National Congress, Ahmad Chalabi, said that “We have not received a response better and for worse on our message to the National Alliance until the yen,” asserting that he expected “to complete the period granted to him during the next few hours and then will answer you. ”

Sadr refused to reply to a question on the subject of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after the deadline set by him, which ends Thursday.

For his part, said the National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi during the conference, “The meeting with Moqtada al-Sadr take the general situation in Iraq and the current political crisis and the way forward in promoting democracy and discuss the status of the region.”

The deadline of 15 days set by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the letter sent by the leader of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said Thursday (17 May 2012), to begin implementation of decisions of the meeting of five leaders in Arbil, which was held the 28 of last April, and included a focus the importance of the national meeting and the need to adhere to its decisions that come out, and commitment to the Constitution which defines the form of the state and the relationship of the three powers and the independence of the judiciary and the nomination of the names of the security ministries, to be ratified by the House of Representatives during the week that there was a sincere and serious by al-Maliki.

SOURCE:  http://iraq4allnews.dk/ShowNews.php?id=35344


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