The Washington Post: Abadi governs Iraq trembling fist and the situation was out of control

The Washington Post: Abadi governs Iraq trembling fist and the situation was out of control

Monday, May 022 016 11:06

The Washington Post - Abadi governs Iraq trembling fist and the situation was out of controlBAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / .. “The Washington Post” newspaper of America confirmed that what is happening in Iraq may be out of control and threatens the American arrangements there.

The newspaper published an article that said, it was “the US President Barack Obama’s plan for fighting al Daash on the existence of an Iraqi ally credible and plays an active role on the ground and is the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and during the past few days, the US administration is optimistic about this important partnership, so despite the ever-growing political unrest in Baghdad. ”
The newspaper added that “clouds of serious doubts now hanging over this optimism, as well as the US administration’s strategy for fighting al Daash in Iraq after the storming of the demonstrators to the Iraqi parliament building on Saturday and the declaration of a state of emergency in Baghdad.”
She pointed out that “the main question that arises now is on US officials, is what would happen if Abadi failed to control the unrest that is sweeping Baghdad, which is the focus of president in the fight against al Daash,” adding that “the chaos in the Iraqi capital came after the visit of Joe US Vice President Biden that were designed to calm the political turmoil and continue the battle against al Daash. ”
The newspaper added that “at the time was approaching it,” Biden “a plane from Baghdad on Thursday, a senior official described the US administration visit of Vice President, which was surrounded by secret prior to his arrival as” a symbol of how the trust we place in Prime Minister al-Abadi. ”
She stressed that “after the visit, which lasted ten hours stalked” Biden “and his advisers feeling that Iraqi politics is moving towards tranquility larger, and that the battle against al Daash in the case of the rise, but some optimists advisers on board,” Biden “aircraft crossed the view that the Abadi It may come out of the more powerful political crisis after the deliverance of them. ”
The Washington Post newspaper, that “no one is talking that way now, pointing to what he said,” Doug Oliphant, “a former military planner in Baghdad and senior fellow at the New America Foundation in there to recognize the effect that power current structure can not withstand and it does not seem clear how Iraqis will be able to get out of this crisis. ”
She noted that “it is also unclear how it would go ahead with the US administration if Abadi’s inability to strengthen his grip trembling on power, and during the long period of the last year had been considered to Abadi stay in power as granted by the senior officials in the White House who they focused more on the military battles against state regulation. ”
And went on saying that “the US president and his top aides were referring to the battle against al Daash in Iraq as evidence of the strategy pursued by the administration, which is under a lot of criticism success,” pointing out that “according to senior US officials, during the past eight months lost regulation State more than 40% of the territory, which was dominated by Iraq, as well as the destruction of the attacks that targeted the sources of funding for the organization and cash ranging from 300 to 800 million US dollars, according to estimates by the Pentagon “.anthy 21 / t

albaghdadianews.com