An official source: the U.S. and Iran have put pressure on Iraqi leaders to get them to agree with Maliki

02/05/2012 11:40

Erbil, May 2 / May (Rn) – The Kurdish source high-ranking official in Baghdad, on Wednesday, a meeting of Iraqi political leaders in Erbil recently discussed the change of prime minister Nuri al-Maliki, noting that there were pressures U.S. and Iranian heavily on Iraqi leaders to get them to agree with al-Maliki. The Erbil have seen consultative meetings last week and the current was attended by the region’s president Massoud Barzani, the head of the list of Iraq, Iyad Allawi and President Jalal Talabani and parliament speaker Osama Najafi and the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, while the meeting underlined the need to implement all what is stated in agreements Erbil and refusal political selection of vocabulary constitutional. According to the source who did not want to be named to the sensitivity of the subject, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that “the meeting of Erbil search change the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in case of failure of the opportunities offered by political leaders to resolve the current problems in the country or Maliki’s refusal of the proposals within those opportunities. ” The source added that “the United States and Iran stated to the leaders in Arbil meeting the need to strive to reach a common understanding and consensus on the current crisis in Iraq by any means.” and escalated rhetoric convulsive between coalition and Iraqi and the rule of law on the files of arrests and the state administration, judiciary and the path of democratic action in the country. added recently disputes the federal government with the Kurdistan Regional Government, especially the issue of management of oil wealth, which paid the last to stop the export of oil. From: Faryad Muhammad, see: Aso Haji