British report: al-Maliki on the road to the dictatorship of Saddam

11/09/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -

Twilight News reported the British newspaper The Guardian that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on its way to becoming a "dictator of Iraq" is equal to the former President Saddam Hussein, but the United States does nothing to cut this track. She pointed out that this trend will bring Iraq into civil war. said the newspaper in a report seen by "Twilight News", that on the night of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq encircled troops and tanks led by Ibn al-Maliki Homes Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and the two leaders Sunni coalition Iraqi, a coalition the forces of Sunni political and other, and sentenced to Hashemi on Sunday sentenced to death for the leadership of assassination squads against his opponents. The newspaper pointed out that three of the guards Hashemi were tortured to cast their confessions they had made, and one of them died due to torture. said that the Iraqi bloc - which won a majority of seats Iraqi parliament - "were not the first victim of the grip Maliki authoritarian and will not be the last." quoted in The Guardian about specialist prominent on Iraq Toby Dodge saying that Maliki "complete control of the Iraqi security services after he had spent on the chain's official leadership, office quoted the commander of security forces to office, and established command centers nationwide led generals appointed by himself. " the newspaper said that "the Iraqi Special Operations Forces, which is described as the best in the Middle East has become guards imperial called Fedayeen al-Maliki." and noted that the same thing applies to the intelligence services and the judiciary. Not surprisingly, back al Qaeda - which has weakened a lot when turned against him tribal leaders Sunnis - the scene again, "The Guardian. The newspaper pointed out that it is not surprising that the return of al Qaeda to the scene again. then recounted newspaper positions demonstrate them on that the U.S. administration is not interested in the orientation of Maliki toward dictatorship where stated that the U.S. Department of Defense (Pentagon) they wish to retain eight thousand troops in Iraq after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from there, but al-Maliki said there is no place for the survival of any U.S. troops after the Convention on 31 December / December 2011. was the U.S. State Department had planned to establish an embassy works out 16 thousand employees and station of the CIA (CIA) 700-employee, but Maliki insisted that the office directly responsible for the approval of any visa to any U.S. diplomat. said The newspaper was able administration to use soft power for decades Supply military, but they do not want to do it. She also said that al-Maliki allows flights Iranian to provide the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in arms. said, "but Washington is still unwilling to know that." M P

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