Maliki’s opponents have to 200 seats in parliament and his team will lose the round! + Analysis by MrIQD

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It looks like they have the votes!

If we are seeing this in the public news, then what is really happening behind the closed doors should be very exciting!

It is VERY ENCOURAGING to see a public account of so many members of Maliki’s group not supporting him! Notice, it says “more than 20” – yea, because some will not say until the time of the vote when they see it’s hopeless for Maliki. Which based on this article…. IT’S HOPELESS NOW!!! 🙂

~ Mr. IQD


THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 05:16
Baghdad: MP in parliament Hassan Al-Alawi, on Wednesday, that the opponents of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to have 200 seats in parliament, noting that the withdrawal of confidence from the meeting will be held al-Maliki and his team will lose the round, he noted that more than 20 people within the State of Law Coalition would vote against him.

He said the top, “The politicians who held a meeting in Erbil and after in Najaf, have up to
200 votes in the parliament are all in favor of the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki,” noting that “a coalition of law finds that his opponents do not have more of the 120 seats in parliament divided between the Sadrists and the Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan. “

said the top that “there are more than 20 people from within Maliki’s coalition would vote to withdraw confidence in him,” noting that “the session to withdraw confidence will be held to the presence of a majority of that, and that the team head of government will lose round the large number of his opponents, “he says. considered the top that “the nomination of National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi, an alternative to Maliki’s unfortunate and untrue”, describing it as “personal unstable and has no stable relationships.”

The top that “the National Alliance has no choice but that resort to the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, Adel Abdul Mahdi to be a substitute for Maliki, because he is acceptable to the Kurds and close to the Sadrist movement and there was Arab objections. “

A source close to House Speaker Osama Najafi uncovered, on Tuesday (22 May, the current), that the meeting which was held in Najaf on Saturday gave the National Alliance, one week to provide an alternative to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, adding that the deadline began last Sunday (20 May 2012).

Conversely announced a coalition of state law for the collection of signatures of 163 deputies to remove House Speaker Osama Najafi from office because of “incompetence” in the management of parliamentary sessions and “impede” the work of the government. meanwhile, announced the Kurdistan Alliance, on Wednesday, he will not participate dismissal of the President of parliament in the event of Osama Najafi offered to vote, stressing that Najafi did not violate the Constitution nor the law, considering that the issue of dismissal is an attempt to divert attention from the meetings of Erbil, Najaf and the escalation of the crisis by state law. and come try the rule of law dismiss Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi, three days after the meeting of leaders of the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance (on 19 May 2012) at the home of the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr in Najaf amid complete absence of the leaders of a coalition of state law.

The chest, the meeting concluded, “something that needs finishing touches only,” while The President of Parliament and leader of the Iraqi Osama Najafi to the subject of withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki “under discussion” between the political forces. For a meeting of Najaf, the second of its kind after the meeting of Erbil held by President Jalal Talabani and Iraqi Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani and the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, and the President of parliament, Osama Najafi on April 28, 2012.

and select the chest then the owners 15 days in a sent to the leader of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari to start implementing the decisions of the meeting of the five leaders in Erbil, which included a focus on the importance of the national meeting and the need to adhere to its decisions, 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, but the deadline expired on 17 May 2012 , without a tangible result of the center of the insistence of a coalition of state law to assert that peace Re-Maliki to Sadr denied the last command.

Talabani called (on 18 May 2012) the political blocs to abide by the agreements made on the basis of the current government, as well as stopping media campaigns The adoption of the Constitution as a reference, as shown al-Maliki after a two-supported initiative of the President of the Republic, which included eight items, and renewed his call for all parties to the meeting in Baghdad without preconditions.

But Maliki considered the other hand that a lot of meetings taking place in the country is normal in a democratic system “based on the ruins of the era of the dictatorship of grim,” the statement called the response from the Vice President of Kurdistan Region Rasool, who confirmed that the word al-Maliki will not affect the participation of the Kurds in any meeting to be held in the capital, and called on all parties to use dialogue to resolve the political crisis.

The country has a crisis confirms some political observers to be on the rise in the unit differences between the political blocs, having transformed from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.

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