Claims the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII
Demanded political circles United States to help Iraq out of Chapter VII, and in this context spokesman of the Iraqi List Haider Mulla: “The United States should reconsider its policy towards Iraq, especially in relation to from Chapter VII, especially it announced their support for it after the conclusion of security agreement between the two countries. “
With congratulated President Jalal Talabani, U.S. President Barack Obama on winning a second term, Deputy Prime Kurdistan Alliance bloc Muhsin al-Sadoun U.S. administration to adopt a clear policy towards events in the Middle East a clear political support stabilizing the security situation in the region: “It is necessary to rely Obama administration clear policy on what is happening in the Middle East and to guarantee the security of the region and the support of their people to go towards Eladimqratih and get rid of authoritarian regimes: “.
Sadoun pointed out that “the internal situation in Iraq as a result of the current crisis, the remnants of American practices and attitudes determine a specific timeframe for the writing of the Constitution, and support a party at the expense of another and it must prove its desire to remove Iraq from Chapter VII”
Iraq has signed and the United States, the end of November 2008, a security agreement and the other as the strategic framework to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security.
Political analyst and decent Hashemi stressed the possibility for American intervention to contain the current crisis: “The U.S. administration has expressed concern about the continued to t the current crisis in Iraq, and in the coming days, perhaps we will see U.S. intervention to urge the Iraqi factions to settle their differences.”
The U.S. administration has expressed concern about the continuation of the political crisis, and urged all parties to participate in the government to settle their differences.