Vice chest: Maliki’s visit to Iran and accepted by the U.S. to get support for a third term

Vice chest: Maliki’s visit to Iran and accepted by the U.S. to get support for a third term

Wednesday, 04  December 2013 12:36

Malikis visit to Iran and accepted by the US to get support for a third term[Baghdad – where]

MP for the Liberal parliamentary bloc of the Sadrist movement Prince Kanani visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Iran, as “an attempt to get support for a third term as prime minister.”

He has arrived Wednesday morning to Iran in a two-day official visit, he will discuss bilateral relations and the latest developments in the region, according to the Office of the Prime Minister.

Said Kanani told all of Iraq [where] that “Maliki’s visit is to gain the support of the third session of the prime minister, and not, as is said about the submission of congratulations to Iranian President Hassan Rohani, because he has been elected since for quite some time has sent congratulations beating.”

He added that “this political movement falls under the owners to seek a third term, especially since he had already gone this visit to the United States and try to get U.S. support for a third term.”

It was the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has revealed Saturday that “Iran has told him not to support Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third term in office. Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers about the health of contacts conducted by al-Maliki to Iran and the religious authorities, to convince him [ie the chest in his support for a third term that “The Islamic Republic of Iran has told me on the lips of one of the great leaders that it does not support a third term,” he said, adding that “most authorities do not intervene in such matters do not think are.”

He said al-Sadr said that “the current situation that foretells the arrival of al-Maliki is not only the support of the Sadrist movement, and this is reflected in his agenda, and the oldest of the owners Tip: Let the next state to its people.”

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had said earlier during his visit to the United States in 30 of the last October during a lengthy speech to him at the U.S. Institute of Peace and answered about the possibility of his intention to run for a third term as prime minister, “I do not know the justification for this question and this is up to the people Iraqi and do not want to anticipate things, whether the nomination or re-nomination site as tired and mischievous and destructive, but the interests of Iraq over the interests of the person, and decide is the will of the people and the people loved the change and change is good, I would be happy doing. “ended 2.