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Plans for no-confidence vote in Iraq’s Maliki under way: report

Senior Iraqi politicians, with possible tacit backing from US Vice President Richard Cheney, are planning to ask soon for a no-confidence parliamentary vote against Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as a step toward bringing him down, CBS News reported Saturday. The report said the no-confidence vote will be requested on July 15 by the largest block of Sunni politicians, who are part of a broad political alliance called the Iraq Project. Full Story

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