BAGHDAD / Nina / the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sader confirmed his refusal of renewal of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third time.
Sader's office quoted him as saying in response to a question to him about a statement by Izzat Shabandar a deputy from state of law regarding the withdrawal confidence, who said (Izzat) it's a personal issue and Sadrist movement should be committed by the majority of the National Alliance or leave the alliance: Sader said "Yes, we do not want him to run for a third time for several reasons, mainly do not be half of Saddam, I want him to keep his prestige and give the opportunity to build Iraq, as he wanted, and the democracy should not be a mean to dominate in the future. " He added: "al-Maliki sought to serve Iraq and enough is enough, even if he want to nominate it should after a while." He cleared about leaving the National Alliance "it is a fragmentation of the unity of the Shiite alliance" asking" are they also against the Shiites?" / End