Newspaper: Maliki could reach a political peace with the Sunnis in the country

Newspaper: Maliki could reach a political peace with the Sunnis in the country

12/09/2012 09:30

Beirut September 12 (AKnews) – considered the newspaper “New York Times” U.S. in an editorial, said the court’s decision Iraqi death Iraqi Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, would exacerbate political tensions in Iraq and violence, whether in Iraq or in the region generally. After An editorial American newspaper under the title “renewed tensions in Iraq,” over nine months on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, indicated that Iraq is still mired in politics and sectarian insurgent violence.  newspaper said governing judicial issued against Hashemi accused of killing a security official and one of the lawyers, describing Vice President as “Sunni politician in a country Shia majority in it.”  She was given the fragility of Iraq, it was possible to be sentenced Hashemi enough, instead of a death sentence. criticized the newspaper Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who said he was interested in more Nile from the Sunni minority, instead of encouraging inclusion in, and often interfere with the work of the judiciary. and indicated that attempts to monopolize power, pushed politicians Sunnis and Kurds to try to oust him through a no-confidence. , but the American newspaper considered that opposition forces deserve blame too the political deadlock made in Iraq, saying that in order to serve their constituents, it was imperative that it work with Maliki to apply the power-sharing agreement signed in 2010, in order to strengthen democratic institutions and ensure a fair election in 2014.  warned editorial newspaper of Iraq tensions spread impact beyond its borders. She said that Turkey, a country that predominantly Sunni, and that supported Hashemi and hosted by then, and also supported Sunni insurgents seeking to topple President Bashar al-Assad, to create an atmosphere corrupt between Maliki and Ankara, where Turkey is that Maliki recently too much of Iran, an ally of Assad document . Having pointed out that Saudi Arabia and Qatar backing rebels Syrians and encourage Iraqi opposition, believed that al-Maliki feared that target post-Assad, and was concerned about the renewed violence of al Qaeda. concluded editorial “New York Times” noting that President Barack Obama is trying to calm the situation through persuade Turkey and Iraq that common interests are united, including ensuring that there Syria coherent and stable, and quell sectarian strife. concluded by saying that the possibility of al-Maliki to present its contribution in that, by reaching a political peace with the Sunnis in the country. From: Khalil Hebron, the Open: Peace Baghdadi

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