Maliki, in a desperate attack after Abadi strikes blow to his influence

Maliki, in a desperate attack after Abadi strikes blow to his influence

Posted 26/09/2014 09:05 AM

Maliki in a desperate attack after Abadi strikes blow to his influenceStrikes blow sent by the Iraqi prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, the centers of influence planted by al-Maliki in the organs of the state, prompted the latter to cling to another securities in which they can confuse the government Abadi across fueling political tension and sectarian.

Ascended camp former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of tests of power and influence, hit and run between, with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who face harsh blows to reduce the areas of influence that it planted the camp.

It seems that the State of Law bloc, which is led by al-Maliki, has moved in recent days to attack rather than defend the many centers of influence planted by former Prime Minister in the joints of the state, and boosted significantly in the period prior to the formation of the caretaker government Abadi.

Analysts say the camp Maliki is trying to confuse the government Abadi, through its support of the nomination of Hadi al-Ameri, leader of the Badr Brigade, one of the largest armed militias controversial, to the post of Minister of the Interior, and to mobilize the support of other militias and Shiite Islamist factions to support this nomination.

Observers believe that the camp Maliki knows that this nomination can set off all the signs of reconciliation between the main components of the country, and that the alliance of the Iraqi forces, which represents the Sunni provinces, can not accept this nomination, which would reject also the alliance of Kurds, and even a lot of the forces of the Shiite alliance as well as the United States.

It seems the only purpose of this nomination is fueling political tension and sectarian and throwing a lifeline to the militias, which fears the fate inevitable, after the announcement of Abadi intention to limit the arms in the hands of the State, and the steps it has taken to reform the army through referral Qanbar and Lt. Gen. Ali Ghaidan to retire, and are computed on Maliki’s camp.

And it tries to camp, through it, to respond to the strike blow that sent him to cancel Abadi, Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces, which was founded by al-Maliki and was a “state within a state.” The observers considered the de facto government’s deep influence beyond all constitutional limits and work tasks of government.

Officials say from inside the Green Zone that most workers in the organs of the state celebrated the abolition of the Office of the Commander in Chief of the armed forces because it was more like a mysterious secret organization controls all state organs and cause panic among workers because of its improvisational governed by the interests of the camp, al-Maliki and sectarian agendas vague.

Knowledgeable sources confirm that this office was comprised of a lot of circles is constitutional, such as managing the work of the armed militias that operate outside the framework of state institutions.

He also includes what is known as “shadow committees” which is synonymous with the ministries controlling the work of ministries, especially the ministries that takes her bags and ministers Sunni Arabs or Kurds, and even of the Shiite alliance who are outside the influence of al-Maliki.

And extended the work of the office to control the media and the establishment of newspapers, magazines and radio stations and access to popular and religious issues.

The sources believe that the decision to cancel the office equivalent of “A decision to remove the influence of al-Maliki” of the state apparatus, and that the “decision to cut one thousand hand controls the fate of the country.”

It seems that the paper militias behind Ameri nomination to the Ministry of the Interior is the latest al-Maliki leaves for the defense of his influence. It seemed to impact on television speeches delivered by the leader of the militia, “League of the Righteous,” Qais al-Khazali, who embraced al-Maliki over the past years. These include explicit warnings speeches Ebadi from approaching the militias.

Observers expect to complete the liquidation of the influence of al-Maliki over soon, after drinking from the same cup that Sagaha to Iyad Allawi, in circumventing the definition of the largest bloc in parliament in the 2010 elections, which is the definition of bounced him in the last election.

It also does not exclude observers to drink Nuri al-Maliki of the same cup that Sagaha to former Vice-President Tareq al-Hashemi, under the guidance serious charges him what forced him to leave out of the country, which is what can happen to the owners in the future after the demise of his influence, considering that it is “ironic” Maliki is currently sitting in the same seat Hashemi, any position of vice president