HAT TIP: The IQD Team
To help you give it a quick read, I highlited in red and underlined the key passages. It has been advised to him to resign before the vote of no confidence.
Maliki knows they have over 200 signatures, so he knows its over! But, will he take their advice to resign?
~ Mr. IQD
ast Updated: Saturday, 02/06/2012 BAGHDAD – Zidane-Rubaie:
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and President of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, another current political developments in the country, among other issues the same subject the President of Iraq’s Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and Vice President of the Islamic Supreme Council Adel Abdul Mahdi, in Erbil, and called on the menu Iraqi forces led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi Maliki to resign before the dismissal.
A statement of the Supreme Council that al-Maliki and Jaafari and Hakim last discussed the current political developments in the country, and stressed the unity of the National Alliance and the need for dialogue and national interest in the face of political crises.
On the other hand said in a statement to the presidency of Barzani’s Kurdistan region that received the Mahdi on Thursday evening and exchanged views with him out of the crisis that beset the political process.
The statement added that during the meeting, Abdul-Mahdi put the visions and views of the Supreme Council on the crisis. The statement pointed out that the views of both sides are identical in the need to find a radical solution to this crisis.
Besides, the spokesman called on the Iraqi bloc Maysoon al-Maliki to resign from his post in order to preserve his dignity, especially as there is national consensus on the withdrawal of confidence from it.
She stressed that al-Maliki ended after the signing of more than the number set for the withdrawal of confidence with him. She said,” so I advise him to resign from office before he is exposed to dismissal because the dismissal order became inevitable and unavoidable to escape from it or postpone it. “
She pointed out that the people want change Continue reading