Next week will hold a meeting between Talabani and Maliki History of edits :: 1343593275 • three times readable
MP of the coalition of state law Abdul Salam al-Maliki said next week will hold a meeting between President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
He said in a press statement that "it is expected to meet with Talabani after his return to Baghdad next week, Maliki, and that the meeting will emphasize on two grounds first that the paper reform push by Talabani and included in the paper of the reforms called for by the National Alliance, as well as a meeting between the National Alliance and all parties to the opposition. " Maliki said that "it is expected to produce a meeting of the National Alliance with the parties, the opposition agreed that there will be a meeting with the President to determine when to hold the national meeting to proceed through what is known as a memorandum of understanding to be the basis of the solutions to all problems." said "The paper's political reforms was handed over to relevant authorities and a section of which has shown flexibility and clear about it and welcomed by, and this welcome back because the paper is inclusive of all the existing differences in the political arena." and the al-Maliki that "paper reform included resolve the issue of the security ministries and overcome all the differences and resolve the outstanding issues, whether between the province and the center or between the center and the other provinces. " and stressed that "despite the existence of political differences, the solution is very simple between the blocks through consensus." Maliki said that "the prime minister a particular strategy or look over the paper's political reforms, where he gave the flexibility to But all things must be constitutional and not through the agreements of all agreements that will take us to, but satisfactory solutions to disputes and crises and accumulations. "over 5
If Talabani will quit ***** footing around and look Malaki in the eye and say "Enough is Enough", maybe we will get some things to start rolling forward again. But I don't expect to see that happen. I hope I am wrong.
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