BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, Mudhher al-Janabi said: "The option of dissolving the government and holding early elections is the way we would resort if the political partners continued stalling and lack of a sense of responsibility."
Janabi said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "It seems that the political partners brought us, through indifference to our invitations for dialogue and communication, to a crossroads and this is a catastrophe by itself and might entered the country into chaos."
He explained: "The evidence for this, they did not have a stand in managing the crisis in the country," noting that "the boycott of the MPs of state of law, who are close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to the parliament emergency session yesterday is a proof that they look to the other party and to their partners in the political process as they are outside the arc. "
He added: "The blocs, which refrained from attending yesterday's session fostered that this meeting is a sectarian meeting before it is hold," indicating that "they expect what they like and this is not a policy nor respectful others and communicate with them and this is what will drive us to resort to the option of dissolving the government and holding early elections ".
He continued: "The State of Law coalition is one of the poles to solve the crisis if it continued with the rest of the political parties to a radical solution to the crisis," calling it "to accommodate this crisis and to see his partners as genuine partners and communicate with everyone for the sake of the country."
It was scheduled that the House of Representatives holds an extraordinary session called by House Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi to discuss the current situation and the demands of the demonstrators in a number of provinces, but state of law coalition and the virtue bloc as well as the Supreme Council boycotted the session, causing the lack of a quorum. "/ End