Maliki calls for political leaders to unite in response to the desire of the people

Editor: HAH
Saturday, 31 k 1 2011 13:09 GMT

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

Alsumaria News / Baghdad,
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, the political leaders to unite in response to the desire of the Iraqi people, while stressing that the national reconciliation project has contributed to support the political process and install the security and stability, he noted that the government is proceeding to complete the success of this project in order to achieve Full national goals. said Nuri al-Maliki during a ceremonial central to "on Iraq," which was held in Baghdad on the occasion of the U.S. withdrawal and attended "Alsumaria News", "political leaders to unite in response to the desire of the Iraqi people who came out," adding that "the national reconciliation project contributed to support the political process and install the security and stability. " Maliki said that "this project, we considered the lifeboat to all Iraqis is a strategic choice continuously helped greatly to strengthen national unity," adding, "We are involved in the complete success of this project in order to achieve full national goals after it succeeded in uniting the masses of the people. " Relations between the coalition of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki tension is exacerbated over time at these points of difference between them stuck without a solution, and spin differences between the two sides on the back of many topics, including the selection of candidates of security posts in the government, as well as on the formation of strategic policies, which was agreed the blocks on the foundation at a meeting of Arbil, was not ratified its law so far, as well as statements from the Prime Minister and members of the mass of skeptical of the importance of the role and unconstitutional, so it came to an end that Maliki said that there is no place for the Council in Iraq. and ended the United States officially presence in Iraq in December of 2011, nine years after the invasion of its military forces in 2003, and the overthrow of President Saddam Hussein, a decision of the former U.S. President George W. Bush. Iraq was and the United States signed, in 2008, the Framework Agreement strategy to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, based on the Strategic Framework Agreement and to reduce the number of reconstruction teams in the provinces, as well as providing important sustainable rule of law including the police development program and the completion of the coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund of Iraq relief and reconstruction. Under the security agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington in late November of 2008 that it should withdraw all U.S. forces from all territory and waters and airspace of Iraq no later than 31 December of this year, it had withdrawn U.S. combat forces under the Convention of the cities, villages and towns of Iraq on 30 June 2009. The Iraqi government announced in July 2006, the launch of an initiative for national reconciliation include a general amnesty for prisoners who were not involved in the killings of civilians , and stop human rights abuses from all sides, and to review the de-Baathification law, and compensation for military personnel and civilians who are removed from office in the wake of the fall of the former regime.


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