Allawi refused to renew the mandate of a third of the owners and continue consultations to find “alternative” refused “National List” led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Saturday, to renew the mandate for the third Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
She said the menu in a statement reported for “Twilight News” “suffered Iraqis over eight years of absence visions and government policies and the continued deterioration of security and the failure to provide services and to fight corruption and build a state of institutions and the preservation of national unity and protect the interests of the country, while going through the region at a critical juncture require all of us to be the size of the responsibility in keeping our country from its consequences. ”
According to the statement, “In spite of the advice repeated provided by the (national) led d. Iyad Allawi, openly and clearly to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in building state institutions sober and stay away from the individual in dealing with the issues of the country
and the adoption of political sectarianism in dealing with the community, but all intentions sincere in building a state of citizenship and Balsd met with arrogance and proceed with the failed policies not only lead to more devastation. ”
She said the list “in this sense, and in order to preserve our dear country and the political process, a commitment to the principle of peaceful transfer of power declares (national) categorical rejection of a third term for Mr. Nuri al-Maliki’s commitment to the will of the Council of Representatives by an absolute majority.”
He pointed to the menu that it “will continue its negotiations with other national power to choose an alternative unable to bear this great responsibility in the spirit of sacrifice and altruism and love of the homeland and the people.”