Iraqi and U.S. efforts to resolve the ongoing political crisis
The continuing efforts of Iraqi and U.S. joint to contain the tensions that arose immediately following the final withdrawal of U.S. forces from the country, she reports to the efforts Iran made in conjunction with these efforts to stop the consequences of the political crisis. In the latest what transpired on the results of discussions conducted by Iraqi political leaders over the the last few days in Erbil and Sulaimaniya, said an official statement Wednesday that President Jalal Talabani discussed and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in a telephone call Tuesday evening developments in the light of his meeting with House Speaker Osama Najafi, describing the results of that meeting "fruitful and encouraging towards resolving the thorny issues and pave the appropriate ground for the National Conference year to raise the political forces and agree on a national project to unite the efforts and the convergence of visions. " said the statement published on the website of the Iraqi presidency that Talabani also stressed "the necessity and importance to take the judiciary and the justice Mejrihama," while the eighth-Maliki from his part, the efforts of the President " in order not to expand the scope of the problems and differences, "and expressed his full confidence in the success of Talabani in his endeavors and" expressed his willingness to cooperate in order to reach suitable solutions for all the difficulties and overcome obstacles. " In a joint article published on the pages of newspaper (New York Times) U.S. Wednesday under the title "What can to save Iraq from civil war, "said the leader of the coalition in Iraq Ayad Allawi and the Speaker of Parliament Osama Najafi and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi said that Iraq" today stands on the brink of disaster. has met President Obama's pledge to his campaign to end the war here, but it did not end the way you wanted one in Washington. The prize, which I think many American soldiers they were fighting for is the vision of effective, democratic and non-sectarian. But Iraq is now moving in the opposite direction - towards the tyranny of sectarian carries with it the risk of a devastating civil war. " The political leaders of the three in their article in the joint "We are the leaders of Iraqi political coalition that won the largest number of seats in the elections of 2010 and represents more than a quarter of all Iraqis do not consider ourselves Sunni or Shia, but Iraqis representing the constituency covering the whole country", adding that they now "chased and threatened" by the Prime Minister who claimed that "trying to get them out" from political life and the establishment of the "state of authoritarian one-party", as described by Allawi and Najafi al-Issawi. In reference to Washington's efforts are being made to contain the tensions, the article said that "America is now working with the Iraqis to hold a national conference last resolve the crisis. We welcome this move and are willing to solve our problems by peaceful means, using Erbil agreement as a starting point. " But said that Washington should make clear "that the power-sharing government is the only viable option for application in Iraq." And they completed the story by saying that "unless the United States is working quickly to help in forming a government of national unity, successful, Iraq is doomed to failure." and on the pages of printed U.S. Other prominent, published the Managing Director of the Coalition Provisional Authority earlier in Iraq, Ambassador Paul Bremer, an article in the newspaper (Wall Street Journal) titled "The Future of Iraq's fragile post-stage U.S." initiated by saying that "Geography is forever with Iraq in a rough neighborhood. For thousands of years, surviving leaders of Mesopotamia through the accounts of minutes on the power. In the wake of the U.S. decision to withdraw all its troops from their country, concluded Iraq's leaders to draw their own conclusions about the next stage. but the events that took place so far are seriously endangering the security gains, economic, achieved during the past four years and jeopardize progress slowly but steadily towards a sustainable political settlement. " In the context of his analysis of the phase After the withdrawal, Bremer said that maintaining the U.S. military presence in Iraq, he could help Washington achieve three objectives of security is to hit al-Qaeda, and described them as "terrorists, the Iranians who are still active in Iraq, and help train Iraqi security forces in addition to reducing tensions along the Green Line and the demarcation of the disputed border between the Kurdish north and the south region. but our withdrawal makes it difficult to achieve all three objectives. " Bremer said that the most important reasons for the continuing U.S. military presence in the previous stage was "political," pointing out that this presence "was shown to the neighbors Iraq and especially Iran that America's lasting interest in containing the Iranian drive for regional domination. was also a clear indication of the intention of the U.S. to stay to the Iraqis as they work on the development of political institutions permanent. " He concluded by saying that "most Iraqis do not want to become hostages to Iran and would welcome involvement U.S. diplomat active in the region to counterbalance Iranian influence. " He added that "Obama made a serious mistake to withdraw all U.S. forces and has the opportunity to start processing the results. But there is no time to waste," according to the U.S. presidential envoy in Iraq during the period between 2003 and 2004. Commenting on the contents of the article from the references to the efforts of Tehran for regional hegemony, said Iran expert on the Middle East, Dr. Ali Reza Nouri Zadeh, told Radio Free Iraq that it should be noted that the "Open the gates of Iraq's eastern advance of Iran was in the era of Mr. Bremer, I think that the role of Iran in Iraq now is not a supporting role for calm and supportive partnership and realistic in governance, but that Iran is encouraged and encourages some of the parties against the other parties .....". referred to what was reported during the last few days that the current political crisis could not have been to evolve to the stage of tension if kept away from the limelight and in the scope of processors Legal followed by the judiciary. However, referral details to the media to make it accessible to the fourth power, which highlighted the realities of public opinion is often the focus of investigations investigative journalism in the advanced democratic countries with free media. Commenting on this subject, said Dean of the Faculty of Media at the University of Baghdad, Dr. Hashim Hassan Radio Free Iraq, "There are load is normal for the media responsible for the ongoing conflicts and crises in the Iraqi political scene, and this is not true. Even if the media played this role, the source of the statements who are senior politicians. Also, to claim the media silence to silence the voice of the voices of freedom guaranteed by the Constitution. The right of citizens to have access to all the details related to security and political files .....". more details in the audio file, which includes interviews with the expert in Iranian Middle East d. Ali Reza Nouri Zadeh, and Dean of the Faculty of Media at the University of Baghdad, d. Hashim Hassan.
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