BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqiya bloc leader Iyad Alawi stressed that his bloc will not withdraw from Iraqi politics, rejecting early elections, dissolving the Parliament or abrogating the constitution.
In an interview with Iraqi Media Network he rejected any denominational or religious inclinations that will affect the national path and leads to dividing the country.
He pointed out that the bloc "looks for real partnership in strategic decision making".
Alawi added that "there are regional pressures to incite violence in the country, utilizing the coming provincial elections.
"Dissolving the parliament is death blow against the Iraqi politics that will lead to new dictatorship".
He rejected naming the demonstration on denominational bases as Sunni and Shiite.
Alawi rejected Saudi and Qatari intervention in Iraqi politics, adding that "Premier Maliki does not represent Iran, but his visions in administering the state".
He disclosed that he has no differences with Premier Maliki, but "we differ in administering the country".