Kerry Fails to Persuade Maliki to Step Down
|June 24, 2014||Filled under Maliki News|
Maliki News –
Ended meeting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry with Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in Baghdad, which took three hours continuously without progress it bargained for the Obama administration, which is centered on the non-acceptance of al-Maliki to form the next Iraqi government ” or forming a government of national reconciliation real national salvation government to address the serious crisis which almost kill or divide the country “says a source familiar with the latest developments of the situation in Baghdad.
It is noteworthy that the tension young U.S. relations with Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, from the first moment that he took the premiership in 2006, “especially since the U.S. military command in Iraq found in al-Maliki figure difficult to deal with, it is personal does not have the flexibility and _khaslth characteristic stubbornness negative, Therefore almost former President George W. Bush that forced Maliki to step down at the end of the month of October 2006 but (Bush) changed his mind at the last minute after their meeting in the Jordanian capital at the time.”
Maliki’s refusal comes as a blow for the U.S. administration, “which did not make any progress through diplomatic phone during the past ten days, and thought that meeting face-to-face between Kerry and al-Maliki will achieve the desired results in persuading al-Maliki to stay away from political appearance.”
Maliki heads “Dawa”, the Iraqi Shiite religious party, invoked the logic of sectarian elements and rally support in the face of bloody persecution suffered by the party and the elements of the regime of President Saddam Hussein.
It was the U.S. minister arrived in Baghdad from the Jordanian capital Amman for talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the security situation in the country, after gunmen seized control of “the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant – Daash” Mosul and other areas swathes of Iraq “and to discuss the moves the U.S. current to help Iraq , which addresses this danger, and urged Iraqi leaders to move as quickly as possible to form a government that represents the interests of the Iraqis, “according to the words of the mouthpiece of the U.S. Department of State Jennifer Bsaki Kerry that accompany the minister on his trip.
Kerry met Sunday in the Jordanian capital Amman with his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh, and discussed with him the need to find a political path in Iraq, includes all parties “and enhances the efforts of all relevant parties and the international community to confront the dangerous developments experienced by Iraq, which threaten the security of the entire region, especially in the Following the fall of the border crossings, such as wetlands in the hands of Daash, “according to an intelligence source in Washington.
He returned Iraq from the wider doors to the controversy raging across all media the U.S., which has ignored the Iraqi crisis for years, and I took the fingers of accusation “who lost Iraq” draws from all the players who have occupied prominent positions in the design and implementation of the policy of aggression and the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq in the past decade. While accused former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, the current president Barack Obama to fail in Iraq, “and the destruction of American foreign policy,” Hebb Many supporters of President Obama, or even of political GOP opposition to Obama’s accusation Chitty and Bush as “launching this adventure devastating for Iraq without a strategy or a clear vision, “according to Republican Senator Rand Paul, who opposes the U.S. military intervention anywhere.
In turn, the former U.S. ambassador to Iraq, who sponsored the return of some of calm and normalcy through his hard work with all the Iraqi political forces, and the use of American military machine giant convince them that “you can not turn the clock back and avoid the invasion and invasion, and in the light of this, the President Obama bears responsibility for what happened in Iraq because of the early withdrawal of the U.S. forces there, and his failure to conclude an agreement on the development of forces and keep the U.S. military presence on the ground is important to keep it there as a safety valve.
Meanwhile, he said the former commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus, who toppled by a sex scandal in 2012 last Friday that the United States hit militants “Daash” and their supporters in Iraq and who have converted to “a terrorist army,” he said.
Petraeus added: “The growing threat posed by the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, means that military action would be necessary.” He warned Gen. veteran who could recruit Sunni tribes in Iraq to support its efforts in the fight against “al-Qaeda” between 2007 and 2009: “We have to realize that the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant is not a threat to Iraq, but also to the United Kingdom and other countries, the fact that the organization Daash seems much larger than just a terrorist group, it has turned into an army of terrorists, has received financial resources and extensive looting of banks and other institutions.”
For his part, criticized the leader of the Iranian Revolution Top Ali Khamenei’s remarks American officials “who are trying to suggest that what is happening in Iraq is a sectarian war,” he said upon receiving the head of the judiciary on Sunday that major powers, especially the U.S. administration was behind the fueling sectarian strife and the war in Iraq, and stressing the that the United States was upset by the election incidents in Iraq took place with broad popular participation, and they want Iraq follower and an outlet for her orders.”
Khamenei said: “What is happening in Iraq is not a war between Shiites and Sunnis, but between the forces of authoritarianism, which took advantage of the remnants of the Saddam Hussein regime elements and incitements to shake the security and stability in Iraq and the threat to its territorial integrity.”
And require the Obama administration to form a government of national reconciliation includes a year for military strikes against militants “Daash.”
The alliance “state law” has won a majority in the recent Iraqi elections on April 30 last year, is still trying to form a new government headed by al-Maliki for the third.
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