The Guardian: the banner as "Fedayeen al-Maliki" under the command of the prime minis
The Guardian: the banner as "Fedayeen al-Maliki" under the command of the prime minister's son Date: Thursday, 09/13/2012 09:35 am Baghdad / term-Presse said the British newspaper The Guardian that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on its way to becoming a dictator of Iraq is equal to Saddam Hussein, though the United States does not lift a finger to cut this track. She pointed out that this trend will bring Iraq into civil war. The newspaper reported that on the night of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq troops and tanks surrounded the Ibn al-Maliki-led homes Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi and the two leaders "Sunni" Iraqi coalition, A coalition of political forces Sunni and others, and was 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. pointed out that the Iraqi bloc - which won a majority of seats in the chamber - were not the first victim of the grip Maliki authoritarian and will not be the last. complete grip on the security services and was quoted in The Guardian about specialist prominent on Iraq Toby Dodge as saying that al-Maliki completed his control of the Iraqi security services after he had spent on the chain's official leadership, and transfer Office commander of the security forces to his office, and established command centers nationwide led generals appointed by himself. paper went in "revenue aspects of control Maliki in everything and said that Iraqi Special Operations Forces, which is described as the best in the Middle East has become guards imperial called " Fedayeen al-Maliki " They disposal president's son. It pointed out that the same thing applies to the intelligence services and the judiciary. " She also said that "After the forced Maliki Sunnis to abandon their arms and engage in the political process in 2010, will become the next target him Kurds, who are expected to threaten Maliki autonomy, and after them will continue to be subjected to other forces. " and explained that it is not surprising that the return of al Qaeda -which has weakened a lot when turned against him tribal leaders Sunnis - the scene again. recounted newspaper positions demonstrate them on that the U.S. administration is not interested in the orientation 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. The Ministry State 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. newspaper said could the U.S. administration to use soft power to military supply contracts, but they do not want to do it. She also said that al-Maliki allows Iranian flights to supply the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in arms. She said, "But Washington is still not willing to know it."