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Iraq's Maliki advised to deal with serious chest out and confirm that the no confidence resolution Agreed

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Called spokesman for the coalition in Iraq, Haider Mulla, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to deal seriously with the deadline (15) a day which will end next Thursday seriously the fact that his confidence is agreed.

Mulla said (of the Agency news) on Saturday that al-Maliki believed or imagined that the political leadership is unable to withdraw trust him, but that what is agreed upon by the five leaders in the meeting of Irbil, the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki in the event of non-implementation of agreements, noting that the five leaders They have a clear vision and know the interest of Iraq and how it can be saved.

Addressing a spokesman for the coalition in Iraq al-Maliki "to close tomorrow for the headmistress," Mullah brief addressing the owners, saying that the withdrawal of confidence will be and it's not a political paper or media pressure.

The National Alliance, see the differences between its components, especially between the Sadrists led by Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr and the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, as some parties in the coalition is not satisfied with the visit of Mr. Sadr to Arbil and his signature on a set of demands carried out through (15) days , which would end the day (18) of the current month of May.

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Looks like something is finally going to happen. At this point, I don't care what...just something to end this roller coaster ride. We walk away millionaires, or we just walk away. Either way...iMO...we all need to start walking. LOL! Go Dinar!

Well, not really...I want the money.

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