Arab Times reports attempt to persuade Washington to abandon Maliki
Posted newspaper Arab Times report entitled attempts to persuade Washington to abandon al-Maliki as saying that the political crisis in Iraq is still wandering in the angles acute that are difficult to predict the ability of Iraqi politicians to rotate soon, under the firm position until the moment of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the standing the Iraqi List, and the Presidency of the Kurdistan region of endeavor aimed to isolate the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s office. The paper also confirms that the enthusiasts for the exclusion of the Prime Minister are well aware that Tehran and Washington are two different things in each, have agreed to support al-Maliki and the need to complete at least the current session, and therefore, these plans rely enthusiastic enough to convince Americans to give up this support. The UAE’s Al Ittihad newspaper Vtabat statements of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the oil contracts in Kurdistan Iraq. She said that al-Maliki warned the Government of the Territory of the possibility of a signed contract because of the wars of Exxon Mobil U.S. oil to extract the oil from six fields, each located in areas disputed between Arabs and Kurds in Nineveh province, stressing that he would not abandon the Iraqi national wealth. Wrote the opinion of Jordan that Washington called Mujahideen Khalq Organization to accelerate the transfer of their camp in Iraq She added that the United States urged the Iranian dissidents who are still at Camp Ashraf in Iraq to leave as soon as a new camp near Baghdad called Camp Liberty. The newspaper quoted remarks, spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department Victoria Nuland emphasized that the United States has said clearly that the full cooperation of the Mujahideen Khalq in the closure of Camp Ashraf, which constitutes a base for their organization the main paramilitary, will be crucial to assess whether the organization was faithful to the past-charged violence or is it ready to open a new page.