Parliamentary sources: Iran is supporting the third term of the Mackey

Baghdad / Orr News

Sources close to the U.S. embassy in Baghdad to hear that "al-Maliki will get a third term, supported by the United States if he was able to persuade Iran to comply with the conditions and international demands regarding their case nuclear and other files," at a time when parliamentary sources said that Maliki's visit to Iran came to arrange his papers to the state third in Iraq.

Sources parliamentary spoke to told "ur", subject to remain anonymous, said that the former MP and leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard "The beauty of Jafar", alias "Abu Mahdi Mohandes," was transferred from the Iranian side a message to the mass of the "National Alliance" that "Iran favors the survival of Maliki in office now and do not want any change in the pyramid of power in Iraq. "

The sources said that "Abu Mahdi Mohandes" convey a message Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of Iran and primarily responsible for the Iraq dossier, to the leaders of the Shiite Islamist parties, and to the two main Kurdish parties. She added that the meetings lasted weeks Engineer in Baghdad and all parties involved and the forces of the "National Alliance". And former deputy moved to Iraqi Kurdistan, Erbil and met with leaders in the two main Kurdish parties and the transfer to them the same message from Soleimani.

It is worth mentioning that "Jamal Jaafar Mohammad Ali Brahimi," known as Abu Mehdi engineer accused of involvement in the attacks affected the implementation of the Olympic Committee and two large two circles to the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, is accused of a previous terrorist acts in Kuwait.

And expressed sources parliamentary fear of the synchronization of Maliki's visit to Tehran with the escalation of the political crisis deepening in Iraq, may lead to a repeat scenario in 2010, which led to the Iranian interference in the formation of the government and support the party at the expense of its partners to ignore the agreements Erbil, which led to the formation of the government.

The sources expressed the belief that the movement of Moqtada al-Sadr, the premise of Qom and Tehran toward Erbil, comes in the context of Iran's aspiration to save the al-Maliki of the process of withdrawal of confidence from it and dismissed the Iraqi parliament after the agreement of the Kurdish parties and the Iraqi List and other powers, including the Supreme Council, led by Ammar al-Hakim, who is fed up of Maliki's exclusionary policies and dictatorship, and was not self-initiative from the leader of the Sadrist movement, but an Iranian explicit guidance.