Erbil, June 7 (PNA) - stressed the president's nominee Barack Obama for the post of ambassador to his country Iraq's new on the need to remind Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's daily involvement of Sunnis in the political process, as well as solving problems with the Kurdistan Regional Government to end the political conflict existing in the country .

Said Brett Macgork during a hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the U.S. Senate allocated to discuss his candidacy for the position of the new, "there are accumulations of sectarian war, bitter Iraqis still trying to overcome," noting that "a state of fear and mistrust and settling controls the political life ".

He added that Macgork "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki still needs to take further steps to involve the Sunni minority in the government," stressing "We have to remember every day that the current government they must make further efforts to notify the year they are part of the political process."

He said that the Iraqi government did not succeed in weakening the influence of al-Qaeda.