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    Report: America can return Iraq to the democratic process

    Report: America can return Iraq to the democratic process

    17/04/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
    Baghdad / term deployment site, "Bloomberg," the U.S. report dealt with the "path is the direction of the Democratic Iraq." The report considered that the U.S. "The United States is still able to help this country and its liberation from the grip of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who is his government issued laws against public freedoms." The report Arrest Warrant launched by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the right of the Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi to "trumped-up murder charges," according to what he described as the U.S. site. The report accused Maliki of trying all the time in finding raises the anxiety and tension. He pointed to "a number of laws related to means of communication and organization of political parties and associations," saying they "obstruct unreasonably the freedom of expression." The report went on that of those laws, "a draft law on the Internet serving life in prison and heavy fines against what he considers the publication of information, planning and implementation acts of terrorism, which seems reasonable, but the bad thing is that this law could include articles relating to freedom of expression on the web. " on the other hand, expresses U.S. report on fears of a "lack of U.S. troops inside Iraq, which would to put this country under Iranian control. " He said the United States "still has the opportunity to guide and influence the al-Maliki, the Iraqi parties and push for compromise through the process of national reconciliation." He added that "the United States could do more to support non-state actors that can help in guiding Iraq toward democratic model as if you for example to support non-governmental organizations, which is now often rely on governments for funding, in order to move Iraq to a democratic life" .

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    That would be true - and they sure could do more to "guide" the process. If they really wanted to. This whole chaotic model seems to be part of this Administration's grand plan from the start. They have wanted it to fail. Wouldn't it be ironic if the democratic process and the Iraqi people actually succeeded in spite of Washington's "behind the scenes" gimmickery??


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