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« on: July 26, 2010, 02:10:49 pm »

Al-Iraqiya List warns of "internationalization" of cabinet file
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Baghdad, July 25 (AKnews) - Al-Iraqiya List, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, has warned today different political blocs of "internationalization of government formation file and make it on the table of talks the UN Security Council meeting early next month to resolve the crisis of forming the new Iraqi government.

" Our list warns of internationalization of the file to form a government, because to allow the UN Security Council and the United Nations to intervene in this case, which is an internal Iraqi affair, thing that would give rise to neighboring countries and the region to intervene in our internal affairs," Kamel Al-Dulaimi told AKnews.

Al-Dulaimi said that "the decision may be taken by the international community about the political crisis in Iraq, so as to transform (outgoing Prime Minister) Nuri Al-Maliki's government to the current caretaker government, and go to the formation of a national salvation government."

"If brought us up to this case, the political process will be blown up to the election results and will not have any regard for anyone, who would find themselves in a political disaster and popular accountability," he added.

This comes against the backdrop of the UN Security Council, which has set the fourth day of August next, as a schedule for a meeting to discuss forming the new government of Iraq, the timing comes just days after U.S. President Barack Obama's call on Iraqi politicians to find a way out of forming a new government.

The Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on Saturday had called on the United Nations to urge the political field in Iraq to comply with the Constitution in a file cabinet. Hashemi expressed hope that the report submitted by the UN Representative in Iraq Ad Milkert precise descriptions of the political crisis thus contributing to the adoption of Security Council issue a statement confirming the commitment to the Constitution and respect the election results and recognize the right of the cluster as the winner of the Iraqi elections in forming the government.

It should be noted that the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has visited Baghdad earlier this month and met with leaders of political blocs in a bid to urge them to expedite the formation of the Iraqi government.

The Shiite Cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr and the leader of the Al-Iraqiya List, Iyad Allawi, met on July 19 in Damascus at the invitation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, to discuss the crisis of the formation of the Iraqi government and the stalled negotiations between the political blocs, despite the passage of more than four months after parliamentary elections that took place in March last.

The political scene is witnessing a wide range of mobility by the winners of the elections for the purpose of forming a government.

It is hoped that the heads of political blocs in the Iraqi Council of Representatives today would reach an agreement to hold a meeting of the Council of Representatives, on Monday, as the deadline for the previous extension, which was 15 days, approved by the leaders of the blocs on July 12 ultimo, although some said that the extension is a breach of the constitution.

SH (AKnews)




 
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