America’s emergency renewal reveals Washington’s fears of the collapse of the political system in Iraq
Parliamentarians: America’s emergency renewal reveals Washington’s fears of the collapse of the political system in Iraq
05/25/2013 (00:01 pm)
Baghdad / Mohammad Sabah
He MPs from various parliamentary blocs, on Friday, the approval of Washington to renew the state of emergency relating to Iraq, it reveals concern the U.S. deterioration of the recent security in Iraq, and have expressed their fear that the door to international intervention in the country under Chapter VII or the strategic agreement signed between the States the United States and Iraq.
As deputies continued fragility of the political situation and security since 2003, said the Obama administration’s decision last allows Iraq to receive support in the areas of intelligence logistics in addition to the consultation lasting and continuous with the U.S. side on important issues.
was U.S. President Barack Obama decided last week , to extend the state of national emergency, which means the stability of Iraq for an additional year after 22 May 2013.
resolution provides a continuation of the contents of Executive Order 13303, which was issued on 22 March 2003 and amended by Executive Orders 13315 and 13350 and 13364 and 13438.
A statement by the White House, saying “as a result the continuing obstacles to the reconstruction of Iraq and restore and maintain peace and security in it, and the development of political institutions, administrative and economic, as a threat to national security and U.S. foreign policy, the President has decided the U.S., under paragraph (20 d) of the Code of national emergency, to extend the state of emergency aimed at bringing stability There are an additional year. ”
says MP Hassan Chuird, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, MP “The extension of the state of emergency by the United States reveal concern about the U.S. administration about the decline dangerous security witnessed in the Iraqi arena,” and saw that it “represents a message for the intervention of armies U.S. again the country in light of the political chaos and security. ”
adds Chuird, in a statement to the “long” yesterday, saying that “the lack of political consensus procedure is the door to enter the U.S. forces in Iraq,” citing that Iraq was “still under Chapter VII,” did not rule out be the situation of the region and witnessed by Syria “a profound effect on issuance of such decisions.”
and stressed member of the Foreign Relations Committee, saying that “Chapter VII contains a clause allowing the United States to intervene in Iraq, in the case of the deteriorating security situation without taking the opinion of Iraq,” calling to “hold a national meeting to resolve all differences and strengthen the foreign policies of the country. ”
turn says MP Mahma Khalil “The extension of the Washington state of national emergency, in place since May 22, 2003, with regard to the achievement of security and stability, is the message that the security situation is fragile and unstable.”
and draws Khalil, in an interview for the “long” yesterday, said that “the security agreement signed with the U.S. committing to intervene military and security in the event that the country’s threats to internal or external pose a threat to its democratic system and performed political,” Mushir to “a desire U.S. to maintain a strategic agreement.”
It notes the Kurdistan Alliance MP said that “Iraq is still under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, and thus allows for the American forces military intervention in order to establish security and stability,” but he corrects saying “all the political blocs opposed to intervention in our internal affairs, whether from the American side or others. ”
and Section III of the Convention on the strategic cooperation between Iraq and the United States signed by the two sides the end of 2008, that “the parties continue to work on the development of cooperative relations between the two with regard to the arrangements defense and security without prejudice to the sovereignty of Iraq over its territory and waters and airspace,” and that “This is Cooperation in the fields of security and defense in accordance with the agreement between the United States and the Republic of Iraq on the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and the organization of their activities during the temporary presence in it. ”
to that seen MP to meet with the pink that “security agreement Iraqi and U.S. signed in order to preserve the democratic system and therefore, the announcement state of emergency by the United States allows them and their troops to intervene in Iraq in order to restore security. ”
said Pink, in connection with the “long” yesterday, that “the security situation does not bode well, which prompted the Americans to extend the state of emergency as stipulated in terms of the agreement security which provides for intervention in the case of Iraqi request it. ”
and draws the MP for the Iraqi List “and fears a U.S. collapse of the political system in Iraq in the event of the continuation of the situation on it is now,” pointing out that “the Americans have knowledge and information about the government’s failure in resolving the crisis, “and considered a” postponement of local elections in the provinces without the other and exclusivity decisions “of the most prominent reasons that” pushed to extend the state of emergency in Iraq. ”
and confirm a meeting Pink “The government forgot it under Chapter VII and there is a security agreement governed.”
For his part, says MP Mehdi Haji said that “the United States has a strategic agreement with Iraq, particularly with regard to security matters.”
explains Haji, in an interview with the “long” yesterday, saying that “the decision to extend the state of emergency could be Iraq’s benefit and cooperation in the fields of technical and intelligence and logistics and all with regard to the stability of security, and thus enable Iraq and the United States to consult on important issues. ”
and confirms the Kurdistan Alliance MP “in the event of exceptional circumstances could be Iraq’s request intervention of the U.S. military, but like so decisions need to be political agreements deliberate.”