Shafaq News /An MP in the Kurdistan Alliance, said on Saturday, that the principle of openness and courage witnessed in the letters of politicians are required in some cases, especially in cases of crisis, noting at the same time that the differences of the government are not constitutional, but differences of political consensus, and their continuity is in the "benefit of the Americans. "
This came at a time in which Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, called last week, the Ba'athists to declare their repentance and disavowal from the party in front of their institutions and sign in front of the competent organs upon their disavowal , and he warned them of legal prosecution, stressing that Iraq should be free from Saddam and the Ba'ath dictatorship.
Maliki also stressed that the political blocs have two options, either to cancel the constitution and the use of the political consensus to solve problems, or to seek a decision from it.
"Openness in the political speeches are required in some cases, especially when there is much of the political crisis," noting that "the government's recent differences are not unconstitutional, but they are differences of political consensus." Mahmoud Othman, said in an interview with "Shafaq News",
adding that "These differences and problems among the political blocs are in favor of the Americans, who will make the final stresses that the situation in Iraq is unstable, to justify their existence."
"Statements by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his talking frankly about the national partnership is useful," adding that "Political differences leading to bring everything out to the public will lead to good results, and to find solutions." Said he.
The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said earlier that the U.S. administration will continue in its full support to the political process in Iraq, and that the U.S. withdrawal by the end of this year, will not end up in the US-Iraqi relations.
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