Report: Al-Abbadi is struggling to unite a nation torn to dismantle state-Maliki

Report: Al-Abbadi is struggling to unite a nation torn to dismantle state-Maliki


Report - Al-Abbadi is struggling to unite a nation torn to dismantle state-MalikiTwilight News / three months of taking office with the task of unifying the country shattered and Altaria distanced after the new Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi about the legacy of his predecessor division to take swift and dramatic action.

The news report said that al-Abadi faces a major challenge to establish a united front against al Daash and rebuild the army has become ineffective and re-emphasize a degree of authority of the central government on throughout Iraq.

Time is short and the battle to contain the terrorists Daash who control swathes of land draining state funds. And the displacement of millions and growing sectarian anger.

Word Abadi set of steps to improve the government’s position not only to the Iraqi Kurds and Sunni tribes, but also with Iraq’s Gulf neighbors.

The successes include an agreement reached last month with the Kurdistan region of Iraq on oil exports and payments budget after months of controversy.

And sacked dozens of senior military officials and security was appointed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced a campaign against corruption in the army and ordered to curb arrests without court permission and issued a decision to speed up the process of the release of the detainees when they spend courts acquitted.

The judge said former Minister Wael Abdul Latif, referring to the two terms Maliki The biggest feat achieved by Abadi is a desire for change and dealing with the past eight years errors.

According to the report, seen by “Twilight News” that after Maliki marginalized Sunnis and Kurds in Iraq tried Abadi courting Sunni tribes in the country. He was appointed defense minister a Sunni and held talks with Sunni tribal elders.

Abadi and tried to moderate Shiite also mend fences with the Arab Gulf states.

Said Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister after a visit to Baghdad last month, “what I heard and saw the prime minister is honestly the difference between night and day (compared) with what I knew and heard from former Prime Minister al-Maliki.”

Saudi Arabia and talk again about re-open its embassy in Baghdad soon.

The report says that the Abadi shocked many Iraqis last month when he said that an investigation revealed that 50 thousand troops at least Humayun and inscribed on the army payroll wages without the show and pay for officers who allow them to stay in their homes.

He pledged greater accountability and transparency also said that he will get parliamentary approval for the budget in 2015 to reverse the current year’s budget, which has not been approved because of a dispute between Maliki and political parties.

Like al-Maliki, the Abadi, 62, also belongs to the Islamic Dawa Party, which was banned under Saddam Hussein and the two fled from Iraq and then returned after his overthrow in 2003.

But while al-Maliki spent his years in exile between Damascus and Iran, has been working for the opposition under a pseudonym foundations of al-Abadi, an engineer, works in Britain, which has been working out for more than 20 years.

A senior Western diplomat in Baghdad and expressed his approval of this trend that Abadi “dismantled a large part of the state-Maliki … If you look at the achievements of this government will be seen that it works, but should be given some time.”

During his tenure has been expelled from terrorists Daash rock cliff south of Baghdad, and two other towns near the Iranian border, as was terminated militant siege for five months to the largest oil refinery in Iraq.

But the political or military gains are not something that can not be changed. There is still a need to impose central authority, and some believe that the momentum enjoyed by Abadi stop.

Desai said Safin, a spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government for Abadi “I started well and has the right direction, but take a more positive attitude is not enough” to achieve unity, pointing out that he could face resentment not only from abroad, but also among his supporters.

It turned out that after the announcement of the Kurdish oil deal when a delegation from the Shi’ite city of Basra said that his district South, which produces the bulk of Iraq’s oil should get the same sovereignty enjoyed by Alchorj.

So far, the efforts of al-Abadi met for nearly a year in the western Anbar province -alta support is vital to any lasting effort to organize Daash- face skepticism from tribal elders who say they did not receive mention in furtherance of Baghdad.

He said Ayham Kamel, an analyst group Eurasia that in 2014 such as the political honeymoon of Ebadi and perhaps the peak of his powers limited.

Next year will be the most difficult. After victories against al Daash in areas inhabited by a mix of sectarian Abadi face pressure to push the attack in the Sunni strongholds of the organization of the Islamic state.

The continued reliance on Shiite factions rather than the army, as well as rely on air support, led by the United States highlights the weakness of state-Abadi.

Kamel said, “There is still a central government in Baghdad operates fully nominally the country … but in fact, the central government does not have the presence of mentions in the Kurdish areas and is not linked to the Sunni areas as no mention is also in the south and the presence.”