Majority of IS members supports withdraw from Government
Thursday, 26 January 2012 21:35 | | |

Baghdad (AIN) -MP Ismail Ghazi of the Iraqi Slate IS said that most members of his Slate support withdrawing from the current government headed by Nouri al-Maliki who is also the leader of the State of Law Coalition SLC.

Ghazi stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) on Thursday that "The current government did not provide any of the citizens’ needs because the citizens suffer from lack of security and services.”

"Most of IS’ members see no use in continue with the current government and they prefer to withdraw to show respect for the people who elected them," he added.

"IS will address this issue in its meeting of Thursday in addition to other important issues and decisions," he mentioned, stressing that "Another meeting will be held with attendance of all the members of IS to vote on the decission."

The political process witnesses complicated disputes that coincided with the US troops' withdrawal especially between the Iraqiya Slate and the State of Law Coalition when the IS decided to suspend attendance of its MPs to parliament sessions to protest “marginalization and monopolization policies adopted by the Iraqi government" and the accusations against the guards of the Vice-President, Tariq al-Hashimi for being involved in terrorism in addition to Maliki’s decision to dismiss his deputy Salih al-Mutleg. /End/