Altercation between Maliki and Jaafari at a meeting of the National Alliance
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A source attended a meeting of the National Alliance, which was held to discuss the submission of a candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki left the meeting angry.
The source said that al-Maliki left after an altercation with the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who asked him to step down and find a replacement from within the coalition of state law.
The standing of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expired alone in the face of calls for his removal and the search for a replacement to succeed him in defiance of his allies in the Shiite alliance backed Popular dismissive attitude to his policy of sectarianism and failing to resolve the Iraq crisis.
A member of Maliki's coalition Chihod Muhammad's claim to some of the political blocs to nominate a candidate for prime minister in a compromise is unacceptable to pass a door projects all across the political blocs seek to install a prime minister is not opposed to any project contrary to the Constitution.
" The dispute revolves large blocks within the National Alliance on Shiite prime minister after adherence to the rule of law Maliki sole candidate and the insistence of the National Coalition (Supreme Council of Islamic virtue, and the Sadrist movement) on the non-renewal of the owners for a third term.
And rejects the blocks Sunni (Arab National Union) Maliki as prime minister for a third session as well as the position of the Kurdish refusal to renew the owners for an additional four years and comes refused to state law Find a personal alternative to the owners at the time,
the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolai Miladinov, that reference Mr. Ali al-Sistani emphasizes the need to form a new government acceptable to the national wide by all Iraqis.