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1 Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:52 pm

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Sources: al-Maliki to withdraw his candidacy for prime minister and the nomination of three figures, including al-Shahristani, an alternative

السبت 10 نيسان 2010 13:22 GMT Saturday, 10 نيسان 2010 13:22 GMT



السومرية نيوز/ بغداد Alsumaria News / Baghdad

A leading figure in a coalition of law which is headed by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Saturday, the latter decided to withdraw his nomination for another term, indicating that the coalition provided currently three figures for this position to the Iraqi National Coalition, as pointed out another source that the Committee set up by Alaitlavan Meetings were held during the past two days to reach a compromise candidate.

The leadership, in an interview for "Sumerian News" "The leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki has decided to withdraw his candidacy for the post of prime minister for a second term at the request of the Shiite religious authority and interventions and regional parties," noting that the "coalition of the rule of law has nominated three persons for the post of prime minister two including the leaders of the Dawa party are the writer, Haidar Abadi, The third is oil minister, outgoing Hussain al-Shahristani. "

The leadership, a coalition of hawks-Maliki, who asked not to be named, the "coalition of the rule of law provided these figures to the Iraqi National Coalition for the purpose of discussion by the parties, such as agreement on a single candidate for prime minister."

A number of Iraqi media and international transferred during the past few days, reported sources close to the coalition, the rule of law for saying there were splits within the coalition because of conviction of many of its members on the refusal of political entities to nominate Alliance leader Nuri al-Maliki for re-election, came the leaks after meetings coalition rule of law and national in Iran, amid talk of failure to reach an agreed candidate for prime minister.

For his part, said a political source familiar with the negotiations between the Iraqi National Coalition and a coalition of state law that "the Committee set up by Alaitlavan, consisting of 8 members held meetings on Wednesday and Thursday to reach a compromise candidate for prime minister."
The source said in an interview with "Alsumaria News", "The committee comprises of the National Coalition cream Yacoubi and Qusay al-Suhail and Faleh al-Fayad, and Mahmoud al-Hashimi, a coalition is the state of law and writer Tariq Najim Abdullah, Abdul Halim and Hasan al-Zuhairi."

The source, who requested anonymity, that "the parties to reach agreement on the bloc candidate for prime minister during the coming period."

And promoted the Iraqi National Coalition since the number of names to take over this site, including Vice President Adel Abdul Mehdi and Minister of Finance Bayan Jabr, as well as the pursuit of former Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to get a second chance at job site, but that the biggest obstacle most obvious obstacle to the efforts the National Coalition the order is coming third in the polls after the Iraqi rule of law.

The coalition includes the rule of law, which was announced in October of 2009, all of the Islamic Dawa Party Headquarters, led by Nuri al-Maliki and the Dawa Party, the organization of Iraq, led by Hashim al-Musawi, and mass independent, led by Iraqi Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, the Islamic Union of Turkmenistan, headed by Abbas Al-Bayati, combining competencies, headed by the Iraqi government spokesman outgoing Ali al-Dabbagh.

The election results announced by the High Commission in the twenty-sixth of March last winning coalition of Iraq's Ayad Allawi first place in the Iraqi parliamentary elections after winning 91 seats, followed by a list of coalition rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki, who has won 89, and Iraqi National Coalition in third place with 70 seats. .

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2 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:57 pm

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YUP figured maliki won't get PM because HE DON"T WANT IT....he just went through the motions like a good puppet...now off to Paris to retire!! Plus it's time for a "money" PM not "war" one.

3 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:10 pm

Rellek

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What can i say....I'M AN IDIOT!!! Twisted Evil

4 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Sat Apr 10, 2010 11:30 pm

Flattire


LOL wow he looks like shit!! hasnt shaved did he do an allnighter???? drunken

5 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Sat Apr 10, 2010 11:31 pm

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bye bye Maliki!!!!!!

6 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:11 pm

hagg


I'm confused. This article from today mentions his battling for another term. Is he withdrawing or not?

http://www.latimes.com/news/nation-and-world/la-fg-iraq-maliki13-2010apr13,0,5512020.story

Iraqi leader warns nearby nations against meddling
As Iraqi blocs travel the region, and with Iran speaking out on coalition formation, Maliki warns neighbors not to meddle.

By Ned Parker and Usama Redha

April 13, 2010

Reporting from Baghdad

Prime Minister Nouri Maliki, battling for another term in office, lashed out at Iraq's neighbors Monday for meddling in its affairs as political leaders negotiate the composition of a new government.

The tough comments were broadcast on state TV and came as representatives of Iraqi parties tour the region. Some Middle East countries have issued statements in recent days on Iraq's ongoing negotiations.

Without naming any neighboring countries, Maliki warned them not to intervene in Iraqi affairs. "Some are talking through the media as if they were our guardians," he said.

The comment came two weeks after Iran hosted negotiations in Tehran on a preliminary agreement for a Shiite-Kurdish alliance to form the Iraqi government. President Jalal Talabani, a Kurd, and representatives of the two main Shiite-led alliances, including Maliki's, took part in the talks.

The Iraqi delegations arrived in Tehran at the end of March for what had been billed as a celebration of Nowruz, the regional New Year festival. In reality, said Iraqi and Western officials familiar with the talks, they discussed forming a coalition. Senior Iranian leaders were consulted, according to one Iraqi official with knowledge of the meetings.

The politicians returned to Baghdad ready to announce a preliminary deal on an alliance of both Shiite blocs and the Kurds, but the plan quickly unraveled, the officials said. The reasons included fears that a deal would alienate the Sunni Arab community, which in March voted en masse for former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi's rival Iraqiya slate; a public backlash over the visit of Iraqi officials to Tehran; and competition for the prime minister's post.

Maliki, whose slate finished a close second to Allawi, is fighting for his political survival and hoping to retain his post. The coalition could take months.

On Saturday, the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad said Sunni participation was essential in the next government; that was interpreted as a subtle endorsement of Allawi. On a visit to Saudi Arabia, Talabani said Sunday that Iraq's neighbors favored a unity government with all Iraqi components. Saudi Arabia has also welcomed Maliki's main Shiite rivals in the last two weeks.

Representatives of Allawi's coalition are expected to visit Iran this week. Parties have also made stops in Turkey, Qatar and Jordan.

Shiite supporters of Maliki have described Allawi as the choice of Sunni Arab states and Turkey. Some of Maliki's allies have accused the CIA and State Department of trying to topple him.

Maliki's coalition has claimed as many as 750,000 votes could be tainted by fraud and is waiting for a ruling from an Iraqi court. On Monday, Maliki advised foreign powers not to interfere with the judiciary.

7 Re: Maliki withdraws nomination for PM on Tue Apr 13, 2010 9:24 pm

Flattire


I think they leaked some info and now they are adding more confusion to give them time... What I think reading between the lines is that Allawi is going to be PM and Maliki will be president to allow all coalitions to join. but who the #$#@$%@# knows...

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