U.S. report: Obama asked Talabani left his post to Allawi

Twilight News / New York Times, Sunday, a report which revealed that U.S. President Barack Obama asked the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, after the general elections in Iraq in March 2010, to waive the presidency in favor of the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi.
The report, seen by "Twilight News", under the title (failed efforts and the challenges of America in recent months in Iraq), based on reading Michael Gordon and retired General Bernard Trainor entitled "Endgame: The Inside Story .. struggle for Iraq, by George Bush to Barack Obama. "
The report "after the March 2010 elections in Iraq reportedly unusual request, through a confidential telephone call from President Obama himself to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani."
"The plan was to U.S. President Obama before a U.S. troop withdrawal requests from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, giving up his post in November 4, 2010, and the plan was to spend that Iyad Allawi replaces Talabani as President of the Republic."
"It was the U.S. administration believes that Iyad Allawi, a secular Shiite and Sunni bloc leader broad support, so it will be for Iraq government more inclusive, and will be delivered from the drift toward authoritarian rule under the leadership of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki worrying."
The report explained, "but it was not preparing for Obama to achieve that."
"They were afraid that if I do not reach Iraqi political entities to an agreement."
He noted that Jalal Talabani rejected the request.
"We have noted Obama to withdraw U.S. troops last year as evidence that he has fulfilled his promise to end the war in Iraq and that this would reduce the conflict, however, the process is much bigger than the issue of troops out."
He added "With regard to the situation of Iraq, the U.S. goal was to leave a stable government and responsible, and to spare the country a power vacuum as the neighboring countries and" terrorists "can take advantage of the situation to consolidate their influence That would reassure everyone that Iraq will partner up minimum, rather than an adversary in the Middle East. "
The report said, "but the Obama administration and after a short time I felt frustrated by the lack achieve those goals."
"I then attempt by Obama and his top aides to view the power-sharing between Maliki and Allawi alternately but that never materialized. Was down so an agreement to remain a small force of the U.S. military in Iraq to train the Iraqi army and patrolling the skies of the country. Has plan has been developed for the use of American civilians to train Iraqi police, but was undone as well. The result is that less stable Iraq tomorrow locally and internationally and less reliable than the United States. "
He explained, "received this story and these efforts little attention in a country weary of the conflict, such as Iraq, and officials in the U.S. administration rarely talked about. This account is based on interviews with several officials in Washington and Baghdad."
The report said "Almsawon at the White House portrayed their strategy for withdrawal as a success, and prepare the number of deaths of civilians in Iraq with the 2006 low, and the war was at its height. They say that politics, not violence, has become the means key to the Iraqis to resolve their differences, while the facts say "coverages recent newsletters from Iraq indicate that our troops departed, and went with American influence and our management to shift its focus away from Iraq," and only Anthony Blinken, national security adviser to Vice President Joseph Biden, in his speech last March by saying "" The fact increased engagements in our Iraq. "
Broadman newspaper report "appeared to many Iraqis, decreasing to a large extent the impact of the United States as it says Fuad Hussein, chief of staff of Massoud Barzani, President of Kurdistan Region's semi-autonomous northern Iraq," U.S. policy is very weak, "noting," It is not clear to us how she had neglected their interests in Iraq, "and added," did not apply more than a policy of action and reaction. "
"In his campaign as a candidate for the presidency in 2008, Obama had one position on Iraq fundamental he was" going to bring a responsible end to the conflict, "and pledged to remove all American combat brigades within 16 months, a deadline which enabled him to encircle his rival President in the primaries, democracy, Hillary Clinton, but who said that the presence of the army was too risky. once in office, he will modify the withdrawal schedule, and keep American troops for as long, but with making their primary advice to Iraqi forces. "
He continues, "Despite the departure of all American troops by the end of 2011,the date of departure stipulated in an agreement signed by President George W. Bush and al-Maliki in 2008.

Even with achieved, he has left the door open for U.S. troops to train Iraqi forces if possible to negotiate an agreement."

He concludes the report of the New York Times "The situation was inherited by the Obama administration complex, many politicians worried that mobilizes Mr. Maliki, a Shiite, a lot of strength in the hand and beyond the Iraqi constitution by bypassing the military chain of command official seeding money on his intelligence as well as the pro- . exacerbated these concerns in light of the political stalemate plaguing the political process after the elections in March 2010. "