Nur News / Sulaymaniyah
MP Muthana Amin, head of the Kurdistan Islamic Union bloc, said on Sunday that there was no unified position of all blocs, including the Kurdish groups on the issue of withdrawal of confidence from Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, pointing to the existence of attempts by the Kurdistan Democratic Party in order not to withdraw confidence from Zebari.
Amin said for "Light News," "There is no unified position for most of the blocs in the Iraqi parliament towards the clouds confidence Zebari issue where the brothers in the Kurdistan Democratic Party support him as well as some of the brothers in the Shiite blocs in the Sunni blocs will vote for him, and others, will vote on his dismissal."
On the Kurdistan Democratic attempts to not to withdraw confidence Amin said that "the majority of the House of Representatives voted not to conviction answers Zebari, according to these sounds, the proportion of 90% will be dismissal if they voted for the dismissal, although there have been attempts by the brothers in the Kurdistan Democratic Party not to withdraw confidence from it will have an impact but to what extent we will know in the next session. "
Regarding the Kurdistan Islamic position on the issue Zebari Amin "We as representatives of the Islamic Union of Kurdistan in the House of Representatives are not convinced answers Zebari Unfortunately, his answers were illegal and we said our representatives give us full freedom in the case of withdrawal of confidence, according to their convictions."