A government source said that the Council of Ministers held its regular absence of Iraqi ministers and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, noting that all Kurdish ministers who attended the session.
The ministers of the Iraqi List and the Kurds had boycotted the previous meeting of the Council of Ministers, which was held last week.
This comes at a time when the country is experiencing turbulent conditions, with increased tension between the political blocs Almtsidih for the political process in the country.
The sources indicated that Nuri al-Maliki had distributed bags Minister boycotters to ministers from the rest of the blocks that have committed to attend the previous meeting and today's meeting proxy with raising request to parliament Baqalthm by Article (78), which states: "The Prime Minister is the direct executive responsible for the general policy of the State and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces is managed by the Council of Ministers and presides over its meetings and has the right to dismiss minister with the consent of the House of Representatives, "while not discuss the future of the Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs Saleh al-Mutlaq.
Wednesday 16/01/2013 09:51 am
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