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Iraq asks parliament to dismiss al-Maliki

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1 Iraq asks parliament to dismiss al-Maliki on Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:29 pm


Iraq asks parliament to dismiss al-Maliki

Wed, 12/21/2011

Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq said would apply to the Iraqi Council of Representatives to withdraw confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, urging him to step down from power. He has sent a request to the last Saturday the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the description of al-Mutlaq after the last of the owners

As a "dictator" and came to seek the withdrawal of confidence by the leadership of the state law Yassin Majid, "for incompetence, efficiency and integrity." Mutlaq said, who left Baghdad after the heading to the Kurdistan region in a statement broadcast on Radio Sawa that the list of Iraq can no longer deal with him

He admitted that he had previously Mutlaq al-Maliki described the dictator, but I now realize that al-Maliki "a dictator and unwise," he said, and demanded everyone should be subject to investigation committees and even "clear terrorist of the corrupt."

Mutlaq has warned of the repercussions of the policies of the government on the situation in the country at the present stage, and the expectation that Iraq is a mess in the next phase, especially with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.

Mutlaq said that witnessed the Diyala province of militia surrounded the provincial council to help the security services is an indication of the beginning of chaos in the country, he said.

In addition, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's decision to dismiss his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, leader of the Iraqi List of office and officially nominated the head of the Iraqi white Qutaiba Jubouri substitute.
The Legal Adviser to the Prime Minister Fadhil Mohammed Jawad said in a statement yesterday that the prime minister sacked his deputy formally Saleh al-Mutlaq has asked parliament to withdraw confidence in him.
He noted that Article 78 of the Iraqi constitution gives the right to dismiss the prime minister and his deputies, ministers and send the resolution to the House of Representatives for approval.

The head of Iraq Iyad Allawi had said yesterday that al-Mutlaq, was chosen to hold office in accordance with the national partnership agreements, and that dismissal is an attempt to strike this partnership and exit it.

She noted an MP for the Iraqi unit Jumaili told (range) that al-Maliki has been nominated President of the cluster white splinter Iraqi Qutaiba Jubouri Mutlaq as an alternative to moving now to send a proposal to the House of Representatives for a vote on acceptance.

The council had to start the week its to early next year due to lack of quorum check to hold its sessions after the suspension of Iraqi MPs (82 MPs of the total 325) for their participation in the Council.

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