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Talabani discussed Iraqi invitation for a new meeting and refuse to engage in any other Convention prior to the implementation of the agreement, Arbil


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Warie. is scheduled for Thursday in the Office of the President Jalal Talabani in Baghdad a new meeting of the leaders of the political blocs of research in solving political differences and find a way out of the current crisis, according to a statement issued by the Office of the President, the Bureau initiated invitations to leaders and heads of clusters to attend the meeting.

In parallel it announced the coordinating body for the Iraqi list existing leaders will hold a meeting today to discuss the invitation of the President of the Republic and take the appropriate decision in this regard.

Zafer Al-Ani said body: "the Iraqi list you want to apply the Convention to Arbil before engaging in any other Convention."

ANI said: "the process of segmenting discuss some political issues and leave the rest of the issues in violation of the conventions".

He continued: "Iraq is therefore cannot discuss the issue and leave the other, because they want to apply the Convention to Arbil before engaging in any other issues."

The first meeting held in IX month Talabani's Office and was attended by the Chairman of the House of Osama alngivi and Prime Minister Maliki and Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, head of the list and the National Alliance President Ibrahim Jaafari and President Ammar al-Hakim's Supreme Council of Islamic and resulted in the formation of a Committee composed of all political blocs to resolve differences between Iraq and the State of law coalition.

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Either MALIKI or ALLAWI needs to go so IRAQ can move on with doing more than just scheduling meetings and causing disruption in the government.Is ALLAWI doing anything but bitching because he dosen't have equal power with MALIKI. MALIKI may be tied to IRAN but at least he is trying to get things done.

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