Report: Iran-Maliki granted two months to solve its problems

Report: Iran-Maliki granted two months to solve its problems

12/06/2012 18:37

Beirut, June 12 (Rn) – drew the newspaper “The Independent” British Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s beleaguered as described struggling to stand in the face of opposition, which is seeking to remove him from office, arguing that “the sowing dissension among the ranks of his opponents and has the help of Iranian-large” . In a report titled “al-Maliki is facing his opponents to stay in power,” The newspaper considered that “the survival of Maliki in power and victory in the battle against his opponents will not destabilize the country, at least for the time being but would perpetuate the impasse sectarian and paralyzed the country for years.” The newspaper said that “the first setback received by the opposition are told the President not to accept to sign any petition withhold confidence in the event lacked the required number of signatures, “noting that” Iran is supporting al-Maliki and take advantage of lost time, grants Maliki’s political ally two additional months in order to regain apparently satisfied his partners in the coalition and who had Finally, accused him of monopolizing power. ” and brought to light the newspaper in its report on “the power struggle between Sunnis and Shiites and the Kurds and the unresolved even after the U.S. invasion of the country and the fall of the tyrant Saddam Hussein.” Proof of this is according to the newspaper that he “could al-Maliki after the 2010 elections to form a government of national unity, but did not succeed in that because the remaining Parties do not trust each other.” and considered that “after six months of the withdrawal of U.S. troops fade hopes to get Iraq, This oil-rich country on an effective democracy. ” the paper quoted an analyst Joost Hiltermann of the International Crisis Group Commenting on the ongoing political crisis saying, “It is case sensitive, restless, and can lead the country to the wrong place.” and returned the paper to recall that “al-Maliki is exposed to all these criticisms because of promises to share power with its partners in government, which involved a cluster of Iraq and the Kurdish parties and loyalists of Muqtada al-Sadr at a time when years of the country that al-Maliki aimed at their leaders for political motives, in what he thinks the Kurds that targets their leaders because of the antagonism of the autonomy-based north of the country. ” and noted that “the opponents sent a petition to a vote of no confidence with 176 signatures from politicians to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, at the time said the last that he had received notifications of withdrawal of 13 of them and holding them back from the withdrawal of confidence, “pointing out that” the opponents can not force a vote of no confidence without the help of President Talabani ” , especially that “Maliki is the main guarantor of Iranian influence in Iraq, a close relationship with leaders of Iran for more than two decades.” An example of this paper says that “Iran summoned al-Sadr, who left the Shiite camp and joined the opponents of Maliki and asked him to give Maliki Months additional work to solve problems in the coalition “, which underlined by a political associates of al-Maliki, who said that” Re-Sadr, on-demand is not clear so far. ” From: Khalil al-Khalil.Open: Abdullah Sabri

Source: aknews