BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr described the call for early elections as "challenging the ethics and morals of Iraq and its people, and will permit Premier Maliki to remain in office limitlessly," according Sadrist Media Office.
"This state is under a form of dictatorship and we do not want it to remain under Premier Maliki," he added.
Premier Maliki referred to the possibility of dissolving the parliament and holding early elections.
"The political partners should work either in agreement to freeze the constitution, or both cases to solve pending political questions," Maliki added in a televised interview last Wednesday.
Maliki stressed that he "wants to implement the constitution, while others want mutual agreement and the Arbil accord."
State of Law MP Hassan al-Sinaid disclosed that dissolving the parliament and holding early elections are the ideal solution to all pending issues.
"Ordinary citizens have begun to trust the politician who submits real documents, not those who merely talk," he added.