SOURCES IN NAJAF: A NEW PROPOSAL INCLUDES A DEADLINE OF 10 DAYS FOR EACH POINT OF THE NINE POINTS FOR THEIR IMPLEMENTATION
“Portal Iraq,” Najaf – political sources in Najaf for a proposal will be put on at a meeting of leaders of political blocs in Najaf involves giving a deadline for implementation of all nine of the points that were agreed upon at the second meeting of Irbil.
The sources said that “The proposal will be presented at a meeting of leaders of political blocs include giving notice of 10 days to implement all nine of the points.”
She added that the sources in the event of non-implementation of these points, things tend to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
The conflicting reports between the political leaders before the start of the meeting of leaders of political blocs to be held at five o’clock this evening.
At a time which it outlined the Liberal block the sponsor of the meeting and according to the head mass that the meeting would not discuss the withdrawal of confidence from the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki showed the Iraqi List and on the lips of the leader of the National Accord Movement MP Hassan Chuird which is a member of the delegation of Iraq to Najaf that all leaders are consistent to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, while failure to respond to what has been agreed upon at a meeting of five leaders in Arbil. “
Afternoon and held side meetings between political leaders and especially the Iraqi and Kurdish with Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr to discuss the mechanism of the crisis out.
The second meeting of Irbil Select 9 points for implementation by the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was grace-Maliki 15 days to implement it ended in 17 of the current month.
As announced by the State of Law coalition Saad logistical Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will resort to the formation of a government majority in the case of exit meeting Najaf decisions contrary to the will of the coalition of state law.
And logistical said today that “al-Maliki will dissolve the current government and form a majority government in the event that a meeting of Najaf decisions away from the vision of a coalition of state law.”
He added that “al-Maliki can be a majority government, according to the Constitution as it has a sufficient number of political allies to achieve that.”