Kuwaiti newspapers: Biden visits Iraq to resolve the political crisis
2012-06-04 17:49:21

BAGHDAD (Iba) / follow / .. Kuwaiti newspapers highlighted the American role, which features began to appear in the Iraqi political scene.

The Al-Watan newspaper that Iraqi sources close to the Islamic Supreme Council suggested a visit by Vice President Joseph Biden to Iraq this week to end the current political crisis in accordance with the scenario set in the White House. Sources indicated to the newspaper until the White House sending Biden to Iraq comes from the door to isolate the impact of the Iraq crisis on the U.S. elections.

And dealt with the subject of newspaper opinion that it is the closest corner quoted a former Iraqi minister of information indicating that the management of the White House seeks to end the crisis with acute access to some privileges.

Source (which it did not name) said that Washington has asked Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki delivered Lebanese Ali Musa Daqduq, compared to stand by his side in this crisis that he wants her opponents and some allies, isolating him from his post, calling him of trapped now in a tight corner, and did not is up to now on the U.S. swap conveyed by the leading figures close to him.

The newspaper has hinted that the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad declined to comment on the subject and it has remained silent about it, despite repeated contacts.

She told the Lebanese Future another aspect of the political scene, striking out that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki began betting on the impact of spiritual leaders Shiite political landscape, and its ability to bend some of the parties and currents of political Islam, Shiite, to move ahead with plans to censure him, in reference of the paper to enter the Shiite cleric based in Iran Kazem Haeri on the line of the crisis and is forbidden to vote in favor of secular, as signs (According to the newspaper of Lebanon) to try to destabilize the front against the owners, especially that Haeri is one of the main references follow the Sadrist movement.