Who is the next dictator?

Who is the next dictator?

On: Wednesday 09/12/2012 09:48 am

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left a little way to go before that even al-Maliki with Saddam’s tyranny. Is Nuri al-Maliki will become the next dictator of Iraq? And if that happens you interested in one of the Americans do it?. Easy to answer the second part of the question, where the Pentagon wanted to keep the 8 thousand troops in Iraq after the withdrawal of U.S. troops, but al-Maliki said he would not keep any troops after running out of force of the Convention on December 31, 2011. As planned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to establish a U.S. embassy in Baghdad

Cadre of 16 thousand and intelligence cadre station 700, but Iraq’s strongman could curb U.S. civil presence through his insistence that his office shall be responsible directly for visa to any U.S. diplomat. As for splitting the first question, the shed-Maliki is almost up to the level of domination of Saddam Hussein and that the list of accusations is expanding: On the night of departure of U.S. troops forces and tanks led’m Maliki surrounded houses Hashemi and two members of the Iraqi List, and in last Sunday Hashmi was sentenced to death in absentia on charges of overseeing the death squads. Obtaining confessions from three of protection Hashemi through torture and someone had died his بإصاباته. The list is not Iraq – which won the most seats in the 2010 elections – the first victims of al-Maliki and its attachment to power. By Toby Dodge – one of the most prominent researchers in Iraqi affairs – the Maliki may gain complete control over the Iraqi security forces, which led to the destruction of the official chain of command, and on the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces to his office and established leading positions in the provinces led by his own hand-picked generals. Under his rule became special operations forces – considered the best in the Middle East – is the Imperial Guard carries the name “Fedayeen al-Maliki.” The same thing applies to intelligence services and the judiciary. After bidding farewell year who left the weapon and entered politics in 2010, the next target would be the Kurds who would threaten their independence, and the role of the Sadrists will come after them. The end result will be a centralized state like Russia’s Vladimir Putin. Like Putin, the Maliki practiced a form of competitive authoritarianism that uses the tools of a democratic state (parliament, elections and the constitution) in sustaining power at all costs, even if forced to the use of torture and death squads. So it is not surprising that the back-Qaeda to operate in Iraq after it suffered losses at the hands of Sunni tribes. The pursuit of al-Maliki to control the power that could lead the country and give it back to the civil war.

: Guardian
Source: almadapaper