Political forces stepping up its rhetoric with the approach of the U.S. withdrawal
09-11-2011 | (Voice of Iraq) Twilight News

Approaching deadline for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq due at the end of this year, and with the approach of that date, increasing reflexes associated with it, some fear that the withdrawal will leave a vacuum that may be exploited by some neighboring countries or organizations loyal to them to impose their control on the ground, others trying to jump on the the relationship between Iraq and the United States rejected the U.S. presence, absolutely, even if he was a civilian, while emphasizing others on the need to establish relations strategy between the two countries in the economic industrial and agricultural as well as military and others to develop the infrastructure to take advantage of technological development in the United States of America.

It is said that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, announced clearly that U.S. forces will withdraw from Iraq on schedule later this year, and confirms in an interview with reporters in Baghdad that "the withdrawal of U.S. troops in a timely manner is a historic occasion for the Iraqi people."

He adds, "We have turned the page of military action, and we moved to a new phase of diplomatic cooperation between Iraq and the United States on the basis of mutual respect," explains that "the withdrawal of U.S. troops removes all justifications for terrorist groups to the bloodshed in Iraq."

Under the security pact signed between Baghdad and Washington at the end of November 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territories and waters and airspace of Iraq not later than 31 December of 2011 the current, having withdrawn U.S. combat forces under the Convention of the cities and villages and towns in Iraq June 30, 2009. We have raised the issue of immunity for any soldier or a coach after a U.S. withdrawal remains controversial in the circles of the Iraqi political forces have not decided yet.

For his part, the American President Barack Obama, "The war in Iraq has ended after nine years, and that his country will complete the withdrawal of its troops from Iraq by the end of the last day of the year." He says in a statement to reporters at the White House that he "had contact with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had assured him the

United States' commitment to the implementation of its commitments." Obama stresses that "the relations between the two countries after the withdrawal from Iraq would be the first day of next year, normal relations as relations between two sovereign nations."

And give the news Maliki's visit to Washington scheduled to take place on December 12 next, before the days of the final withdrawal, push the engine of political climate, and increasing fever statements exchanged between the representatives of Iraqi political forces, and in this regard confirms the Deputy for the rule of law that the forthcoming visit of the President Minister to the United States would strengthen the relationship between the two countries, hinting that it will address the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq to be the end of the year, and the development of relations between the two countries.

Says Mohammed Chihod in an interview with "Twilight News" that "the objectives of the visit to activate the strategic framework agreement on economic, industrial, agricultural, cultural, diplomatic and political," adding, "We look forward to a relationship state against state, and not that of security, army and the occupation."

A statement issued by the Information Office of the Prime Minister had announced that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will pay an official visit to the United States of America on 12 December at the invitation of President Barack Obama," noting that "This visit comes within the framework of deepening friendship, cooperation and common interests between the two countries. "

Chihod confirms that "According to the agreement between the parties, by the end of 2011 the entire U.S. troops out and actually began the withdrawal of U.S. troops from more than one region in the province of Maysan forces completed their withdrawal and receipt of Iraqi leadership."

And to support the MP of the coalition of law Batoul Farouk in an interview with "Twilight News" opinion of her colleague, says that the talks between al-Maliki in Washington, "will focus on the stage after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, and the mechanism for implementation of the agreements on the ground," noting that "the issue of the use of trainers Americans to train the army will be present on the table for discussion with U.S. officials. "

The Chihod adds, saying that "the issue is settled trainers, and Iraq needs to train his troops, especially with the development of military technology," explaining, "We disagree with the U.S. side on immunity, the U.S. side wants immunity trained and we want them without immunity."

He points out that "the issue of granting immunity to trained the House of Representatives, if the two sides agreed on the immunity will be presented to Parliament are to vote," expected to "Parliament does not approve the immunity."

He continues Chihod that "Iraq has received its full sovereignty, and is capable of keeping security and stability", pointing out that "the pace of Iraq on the political strides towards a democratic system."

The coalition of law, had said earlier, refusing to give legal or diplomatic immunity of the trainers after the withdrawal of American troops late this year, stressing that the government will provide necessary protection for them after the withdrawal of their troops later this year.

The Sadrist movement and starts to fear and lack of confidence in revealing that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is negotiating with the U.S. side to keep 16,000 component of the U.S. troops as trainers, noting that any contract or agreement with the U.S. side will end the "capitulation" to the Iraqi side and the "violation" the sovereignty of Iraq.

Says an MP for the Liberal bloc affiliated with the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr Zainab Alshlana for "Twilight News" that "there are negotiations taking place between the Prime Minister of Iraq with the Americans for the survival of 16 000 thousand U.S. troops trained the title."

Alshlana shows that "a very large number of trainers and not commensurate with the size of the weapons that the United States intends to provide the U.S. to Iraq."

She adds, "This agreement will not be innocent, and the American side is trying to keep a large number of his forces under different headings, the longer they are in violation of international laws which emphasizes respect for the sovereignty of States."

The spokesman for U.S. forces in Iraq, Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan said in a press statement on the need to grant legal immunity to the coaches after the withdrawal of U.S. forces home.

Alshlana showed that "the agreements between Iraq and America will not be between two equal, but will bow to the agreement and a violation of Iraqi sovereignty."

The Sadrists had demanded that the Iraqi government, earlier, not to "succumb" to American pressure to allow the survival of U.S. forces "under the cover of the trainers," stressing the need for government to be independent in this matter and to have the Americans as "far Ann files mortgaged the security of the citizen" He stressed on to say that the presence of the trainers is "the occupation of Iraq." And announce the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr that he "will resist any U.S. presence in Iraq, including the civilian presence" after the deadline at the end of this year, when U.S. forces complete their withdrawal after nearly 9 years to overthrow the former regime.

It is no secret coalition of Kurdish blocs fears that a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq due at the end of this year will leave a security vacuum, a large, confirming the fears of the party that will fill this vacuum after the withdrawal.

According to the Attorney Shawn Mohamed Taha, "The security situation in Iraq in general is complex and unstable, and that U.S. troops leave at this time will leave a huge vacuum in Iraq," adding that "there is fear of who will fill this void because the Iraqi forces are unable to maintain security , as it is capable of keeping the border from foreign interference. " Taha and express his concerns that "moving the security situation in the country to the worst", criticizing some of the policies of the government and local governments, he says, "It leads to a state of instability."

Thus showing the positions of major political forces of the topic of U.S. troop withdrawal scheduled end of the year and coaches, they agree on the issue of complete withdrawal of troops and the position of immunity for Americans in Iraq, while not hiding their fears of the results arising from the withdrawal process and the position of masses of the period followed by withdrawal, and about that the presence of U.S. troops in Iraq is on the wane or disappear entirely.

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