Maliki's defiant Allawi: that you can drag the confidence from the Prime Minister
Tuesday, April 10 2012 13:44
Twilight News: Called for a coalition of state law in defiance of the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi, Tuesday, to the withdrawal of confidence by the House of Representatives of the Government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Allawi's statements indicating that the latter reflect the "bankruptcy" after the political success of the Iraqi government in the Arab Summit Conference held last in Baghdad.
A member of a coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki's "Twilight News", "accusations of Iyad Allawi's government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's corruption, unrealistic, and that he had proof of that and with it his parliamentary bloc large, he should withdraw confidence from the government that could".
He explained that "the Iraqi List, and its leader, accustomed to making declarations convulsive, and do not want the national meeting, so I resort to the media, and create with their own crises."
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And between al-Maliki that "Iyad Allawi's remarks in recent newspaper The Washington Times reflect the political bankruptcy of the grove and the success of Maliki's government to the success of the Arab summit conference in Baghdad."
The leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi said in an article published by The Washington Times U.S. and pursued "Twilight News", "al-Maliki leads the GTX government (Kavkaúaa) is characterized by corruption and brutality, and uses the judicial system of doubtful integrity as a weapon to attack his political opponents and to hide crimes committed by his aides," calling on the U.S. administration to intervene in his article what he called "save democracy and the political process in Iraq."