Disagreements threaten the Iraqi National Alliance

He says the source of the island revealed that al-Maliki's allies are seeking the presidency of the National Alliance for fear of transmission of the Supreme Council, which is the most prominent Shiite shareholders to form alliances after 2003, confirming the presence of fear of the restoration of the Supreme Council magnitude, although the Sadrists unwilling led coalition.

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A source from the National Alliance in the detection of Iraq for the presence of a strong conflict within the coalition, while not rule out a political analyst affect the current differences on the future of the alliance, saying that the Shiite parties will remain united if they feel threatened affects the control of the authority.

The source says the island revealed that there is a large and complex disputes in the coalition, the largest Shiite bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Vjnah former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki at odds with the Sadrists (led by Moqtada al-Sadr) and the Supreme Council of the Islamic (led by Ammar al-Hakim), as well as the existence of disagreement within the coalition the rule of law which is headed by al-Maliki.

The source says that the al-Maliki, one of the leading originators of these differences, adding that he is trying to maintain a presence in the Dawa Party, through its impact on the coalition of state law, so as not to lose the party leadership, which in turn crisis live because of al-Maliki's policies, pointing out that the Dawa Party, failed during the previous period in the contract any meeting because of the fear of raising the issue of choosing a new secretary-general, rather than al-Maliki, he said.

The invitation of the leading opposition parties of the former regime led by Saddam Hussein's party is, has been able to with other opponents of power in the country after the US-led invasion in 2003.

And the position of the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, said the source, "The Abadi to pull the rug out from under Maliki is seeking as he did with the last-Jaafari, and more fear of these is the loss of power."

Jaafari was forced to give up the prime minister in 2006 after his term has seen sectarian violence erupted after the bombing of a Shiite holy shrines in the city of Samarra, north of Baghdad.

Reforms crisis

and vowed to continue his reforms Abadi endorsed by Parliament to fight corruption after demonstrations demanding better services.

The source asserts that "al-Abadi al-Maliki was able to hit the pretext of reforms across the isolation of advisers and managers affiliated with the latter," noting that most of the officials with special grades realize that they are not, however, al-Abadi al-Maliki, "al-Abadi, a move he invested in his favor."

He has called for under the chairmanship of the National Alliance assumed by Foreign Minister al-Jaafari, where hurt by the reforms after the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister.

And it attached the source, saying that Maliki's allies are seeking the presidency of the coalition, fearing their transition to the Supreme Council, which is the most prominent contributors to the formation of the Shiite alliances after 2003, confirming the presence of fear of the return of the Supreme Council strongly to the scene, adding that the Sadrist movement is interested in the presidency of the alliance.

Recognizes that Maliki is trying to embarrass the cohesion Abadi in front of the Iraqi street, asking that the implementation of reforms on the ground.

The coalition includes ten Shi'ite parties, most notably the Dawa and the Supreme Council and the Sadrists, the Islamic Party and the Virtue Party.

Iranian role

and seeks Iran to impose its influence on the national alliance with al-Maliki wing pressure on al-Abadi to become Secretary-General of the Dawa party, where Tehran is considered that the current government came according to the Western vision.
Recognizes the source that "Iran supports al-Maliki by some militias loyal to it as a strike force and affect the sustainability of government Abadi," he said, adding that al-Maliki is counting on earning more figures at his side through the monitoring of $ 200 million to win the elections, provincial council planned next year to take place.

Followers of the Iraq war and believes that al-Maliki political failure Pfkdh prime minister and the position of vice president, after accusations that buffeted in corrupted files and responsibility for the loss of Mosul for the benefit of the organization of the Islamic state.

It affirms writer and political analyst Mustafa Hamza to the presidency of the coalition is the origin of the dispute between the coalition of state law and the Supreme Council, noting the island revealed that the Supreme Council and the Sadrists believe that the presidency of the coalition of the right of the Supreme Council for the State of Law prime minister.

Mustafa and excludes the impact of differences on the future of the alliance, saying the Shiite parties will remain united if they feel threatened touches the Shiites rule, but deep differences will not reach excessive decade.

He denies the Alliance sought to bring to justice al-Maliki, stressing "that the Shiites and Iran will not accept Bmhacpth as a representative of the Shiite model in the governance of the country."

Iran is seeking to support al-Maliki strongly refuses to be held accountable, arguing that the fight against corruption in Iraq with political dimensions, while for the support of the Government Abadi reference question the legitimacy of it is due.

Source: Al Jazeera