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    Maliki to step down to save the blood of Iraqis

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    Maliki to step down to save the blood of Iraqis Empty Maliki to step down to save the blood of Iraqis

    Post by chouchou Fri May 23, 2014 4:59 am

    A member of the parliamentary Liberal bloc Hussein Al Mansouri, said that the strong rejection of the political blocs winning the election, to give al-Maliki as prime minister, addressing confirms the existence of the next four years, from the blood of Iraqis that would flow; due to its presence at the helm.


    [ltr]The Mansouri, told all of Iraq [where], that "there are blocks refusing to Maliki's nomination for a third term, he has to step down a little bit; because the security situation will not be stable, with the presence of objections severe as prime minister, and is now challenging the Iraqi blood that flowed; due to security situation confused. "[/ltr]


    [ltr]He continued that "al-Maliki became looking for positions, not looking for the welfare of the Iraqi people," pointing out that "the National Alliance is the owner of the largest bloc, and has the potential to nominate an alternative to Maliki."[/ltr]


    [ltr]The office of President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said in a statement received by [where] a copy of it yesterday, that "the Commission eight emanating from the political body of the Iraqi National Alliance, held its first meeting in the office of al-Jaafari, to discuss the rules of procedure of the alliance in a positive atmosphere, and a high sense of responsibility , and fraternal spirit, and concern for the development of the work of the Iraqi National Alliance as an institution of national political " .[/ltr]


    [ltr]It is noteworthy that the final election results, confirmed, according to statistics prepared [where], that the National Alliance has achieved the required majority to form the next government for having a [173] seats, while forming the next parliament, from [328] seats, which means that the seats in the coalition, more than half + [1].[/ltr]


    [ltr]Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, has said yesterday, in his weekly "We are beginning to phase negotiation and procedures, required by the next stage, for the completion of a strong government capable of withstanding the task and challenge the odds, facing the road," calling to "accept the results of the elections and not to discredit them and stir the bustle around them.[/ltr]


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