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Twilight News/US press report said that the outgoing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has sent a letter to Ayatollah Sistani, "warns him" from interference in political affairs,Sued only the religious and moral guidance to his imitation and "leave the political arena for his family."
Report siteAl-Monitor, Followed up by "twilight news that Sistani had called on Iraqi leaders not to cling to Office, referring to Maliki's insistence on a third term.
The monitor said that references to Shiites in Najaf, Sistani's supporters, in response to the position of Mr. Mahmoud shahroodi support Al-Maliki, a man of religion, a prominent near the Iranian leadership and historic relationship of the Dawa party, which is headed by Al-Maliki.
The site noted that, in the same context, the Badr and independent the joining blocks within the State of law coalition led by Al-Maliki that they would be inseparable from the coalition if Maliki's insistence on his candidacy, pointing out that this means that the State law will lose the majority within the National Alliance Prime Minister must be chosen from.
The site that the impact of these events, the Al-Maliki sent a text message warning to Sistani's Office, see the monitor from an official in the Office, stating that "I said wryly very tkolina your signs at Friday prayers in the Holy City of Karbala through your representative Abdel Mahdi karbalai, not to hang on to their sites which enemies are interpreted by the public and the political process that we intended the words" sued ", as the Prime Minister elected for two and the leader of the largest bloc and the highest number of votes in the third session to clarify your position and stop interfering in the The political process and choose a Prime Minister, and only the religious and moral guidance for your imitation and leave the political arena for his family. "
He located that Maliki added in his letter that Iraq is going through a critical history of cheerful political, security and cannot in these circumstances to waive duty on "the protection of the unity of Iraq and its people and to defend the rights of elected me and voted for me."
And the political system in Iraq is a parliamentary, not a presidential system, and the number of votes obtained by the candidate doesn't mean anything in his Government positions, but the check is by vote in Parliament.
He said the State of law coalition came within National Alliance at the first meeting of Parliament, which means that the Alliance is the largest bloc for the Prime Minister and not the rule of law, adding that the State law also threatened with partition if Maliki's insistence for the nomination.
The site said that all this was accompanied by the publication of news relating to the Islamic Republic of Iran has called for the resignation of Maliki's explicit support for Sistani's position, adding that these events accelerated led to angry Al-Maliki where he feels things are going quickly against wishing to get a third term.
A site that Al-Maliki showed his anger at his weekly Wednesday, warning any foreign attempts to interfere in the selection of the next Prime Minister, said that this is a challenge for the political and constitutional process, threatening that any unconstitutional attempt to choose the Prime Minister will open the "hell" of the country.
The website concluded his report by saying that the speech is the latest attempt to Maliki to intimidate violators of fallout removal from power, it is quite a realistic threat, where al-Maliki does not have the political and security capacity to cling to power if explicit declaration of refusal against him by Sistani and the Iranian regime.
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