09/06/2012 20:06

BAGHDAD / Knights of hope
Informed sources said that the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, James Jeffrey, will be present in Erbil before the meeting to be convened by the blocks claim of no confidence for Prime Minister Maliki tomorrow.

The sources added that "Jeffrey will be a message to the Washington meeting that the withdrawal of confidence is a red line, and he will present alternatives to satisfy the confidence of the opposition parties, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."

She explained that "Jeffrey made contact with the leader of Iraq, Iyad Allawi and President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and asked them to undo the confidence of Maliki, and he told them that put the issue in the House would put them to a sudden unexpected parties loyal to them and within their respective Groups that do not vote in favor of no-confidence exposing them to credibility embarrassed miss out on the streets of Iraq. "

, However that "Washington had conducted contacts with President Talabani, asking him not to pass the request to withdraw the confidence and sent to the House of Representatives, as you look at things from angles larger than seen in which claimants no-confidence, and it is the U.S. interest in the survival of Maliki at the top of the pyramid of power with a certain amendments to the concept of partnership to satisfy the other parties. "

The source believes that "the U.S. pressure, a major and decisive this time because the U.S. administration considers that the achievements in Iraq and democracy that have been made red lines can not be any point of the vulnerability to failure, in addition to their electoral procedure and the conflict heated between Republicans and Democrats are not allowed to appear weak in front of public opinion U.S.. "