Returned Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, of New York, after he held a series of deliberations on the face of the organization 'Islamic state' (Daash) with a number of world leaders on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations. In his quiver returned a lot of thorny issues that need to be put quick solutions to heal Statoil Iraq and bail him out of the doors of the furnace of war and sectarian violence that swirls escalated since control 'Daash' large swathes of the country in June 10 last year. But the challenges do not stop at the border.
Was scheduled to come out demonstrations in Baghdad and Basra, Nasiriyah and Amarah, Samawah, Najaf and other cities to demand the ouster of al-Abadi from power because 'he missed the rights of the Shiites' and'mwalath Great Satan', the expression used by Iran to refer to the United States, and'khaddoah claims Sunni Arabs The Kurds ', and'oagaf bombing of cities where military operations'.
Although the parties that have sought to exit these demonstrations did not succeed in that, I drew a finger at former Prime Minister and Vice President Nouri al-Maliki, by seeking continued to incite the street against the Shiite-dominated al-Abadi.
And sees a lot of Iraqi politicians that Maliki is trying to dislodge al-Abadi by any means, in retaliation for the Tgerah to 'grab' the prime minister, who was forced Maliki to abandon it under pressure from internal and external parties, including its ally Iran, player influential in shaping Iraqi politics since the invasion Iraq in 2003.
But some politicians accuse al-Maliki in cooperation with Iran to create problems in front of the Government of Abadi. In this regard, he said the Iraqi political dissident from Maliki's coalition, Izzat Shahbandar, the Iraqi media, that 'Tehran is trying to put a spoke in the wheel of government-Abadi, because they are not pleased with the presence of the Prime Minister is replaced satisfaction and blessed by Washington, at a time when a crisis with the United States United, which did not agree with the administration in support of al-Abadi, as happened with al-Maliki. "
He believed that al-Maliki is not Shabandar Iranian fancy, 'but when she meets with Tehran's interests do not rule out that cooperate with them as the Abadi took his place.'
Maliki is trying to exploit his new position to restore the 'prestige' and some of the broad powers which succeeded in acquired during the era of his reign, which lasted eight years. And proceeded to al-Maliki, publicly and behind the scenes, in the ceremonial exceeded its validity, and is keen on continuing to appear in press conferences and meetings with Iraqi officials to discuss the issues supposed to be the responsibility of the Abadi.
The last Sunday of his visit to the province of Babylon to'akd closed-door meeting with the local government to study the security situation and service ', according to an Iraqi media, has raised a lot of question marks about the persistence of al-Maliki to overcome the powers of the Abadi.
Has raised important questions about the parties used by al-Maliki in the implementation of its goals and how it managed to attract a large segment under the authority and succeeded in use to hit his opponent, Abadi, despite attempts to trim his nails?
Succeeded al-Maliki during the previous two sessions of his presidency of the Iraqi government in attracting a large number of officials in state institutions to ensure their loyalty to his utter, either carrots cross-promotion to senior positions or immersed rewards financial or give them commercial contracts and the like, and either a threat and blackmail, such as the buyout law uprooting 'of the Baath 'or grab files criminal or corruption cases against them.
The exchange-Maliki presided over the previous governments large sums of money on the development of the army and armed and trained in many of the deals were marred by corruption cases, and suspected the involvement of figures close to him there. Some blame the decline in the performance of Iraqi security forces to the advancement of the organization 'Daash' and the catastrophic collapse of security in Iraq was to this lining, which surrounded himself with al-Maliki, which in turn formed an extensive network of loyalists.
Well within Maliki's loyalties number of clan elders and its men, in imitation of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The move came the formation of Maliki's armed forces from the tribesmen in the south, along the lines of forces 'Awakening', and arming and the bestowal of money on them, in an attempt to ensure the loyalty of such a wide range to him.
And sensed Abadi, the threat posed by those of his government, which depend upon the United States and its allies, and many Iraqis, to change the tense situation it reached Iraq, embarking in the imposition of measures limiting the influence of the footnote to al-Maliki and his allies, and ordered the abolition of the General Office of the Armed Forces, which was formed by al-Maliki in his reign suspicion of widespread corruption and where he committed many abuses. As the face of the new prime minister in a parliamentary Integrity Commission investigation with officials in Maliki's office on the background of the issues of corruption and waste of public money, the most prominent of the former media adviser to Maliki, Ali al-Moussawi, who currently serves as the Director General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to parliamentary sources.
The Abadi has already These measures refer a number of senior officers close to al-Maliki on retirement, on the back of their failure in the management of the battles against the 'Daash', and withdrawals due to the army in the battles and suffered heavy losses in lives and equipment.
But Coincidentally that copes with the goals of al-Maliki agendas militias loyal to Tehran, which still has some of its leaders political partners for the owners, such as the Badr Organization militia leader and former Transport Minister Hadi al-Ameri, the leader of the Ahl al-Haq militia, Qais al-Khazali. The Maliki was keen to pay these militias to block the completion of Abadi his government, which provides one of its clauses on 'prevent carrying of arms outside the framework of the state'.
In order to disrupt the efforts of Abadi resolve the contract, proceeded these militias to mobilize popular support through ratios win some battles against 'Daash' and withdrawal from some areas that had encircled it, with the fact that it was not able to enter these areas without aerial bombardment intensive American against the positions of the organization, as happened in the town of Amerli, in the province of Salahuddin.
And these militias are shopping patriotic slogans and claims that it supports the guidance of the religious authority, Ali al-Sistani, despite the fact that most of its members known for their tradition of Iranian Leader Ali Khamenei.
Rejected these militias and the presence of ground forces foreign to fight 'Daash' on the ground in Iraq under the pretext of violation of Iraqi sovereignty, although they are fighting with the forces of Iran's Qods Force, led by field commander Qassem Soleimani, who is shown in public in pictures and recordings Msoh which is dancing with joy as well as elements of the militia Iraq to lift the embargo, which was imposed by the 'Daash' on Amerli town, inhabited by the Shiite majority.
And explains the observers refused to militias and the presence of foreign troops to fight 'Daash' in Iraq and threatened to strike these forces if entered Iraq, as a letter from Iran, which fears that the presence of these forces may weaken its influence in Iraq and the region, and adversely affect its position in negotiations with six world powers over its controversial nuclear.
But after it became rejected the presence of foreign troops in Iraq cast a consensus Shiite, and also came from the parties to have the weight religiously, such as al-Sistani and Moqtada al-Sadr, it seemed clear that these parties are afraid to hurt the foreign presence in favor of other parties, and weaken its domination in the political arena in Iraq.
Under the pressure of these parties, Abadi announced after his return from New York, refusing to 'the presence of an international force on Iraqi territory', stressing the need to 'respect for Iraqi sovereignty and territorial integrity'.
But military experts agree that the strategic air strikes by coalition forces against 'Daash' in Iraq, is not sufficient to eliminate this extremist organization, and that the presence of ground troops necessary to expel him from Iraq. Since the construction of ground forces trained Iraqi well, such as the 'National Guard', force the typical United States is seeking to set up of the sons of Sunni Arabs, who controlled 'Daash' on most of their areas in Iraq, and building an Iraqi army professional needs a long time, the question remains , how will be able to defeat al-Abadi of 'Daash' marching vulnerable based on a sectarian basis, and without the support of the militias?
This has become militias pose a significant impediment to build a new Iraq free of violence and terrorism, it is still an ally of al-Maliki, the leader of the 'Badr' Hadi al-Ameri, stick to the post of interior minister vacant and impedes the parliamentary vote on a candidate other, considering the job deserving election, while the United States insists Some Iraqi parties on his refusal, for being a militia leader accused of murder and displacement on a sectarian basis, considering his presence at the head of this ministry important security step to thwart the efforts that seek to eliminate 'Daash'.

Under the insistence of the block 'Badr', which has great weight in parliament (22 seats), and backed by Iran and al-Maliki and his allies to hold on to the character of Ameri or personal from the same block, according to reliable sources, to fill the post of interior minister, it is very difficult for Abadi solution fill a vacancy crisis ministries Alomnatin, unless intervened regional or international parties to resolve the crisis, in the context of transactions satisfy all parties.
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