Maliki: U.S. role in Iraq is over and Clinton's remarks is not an interference in the
Maliki: U.S. role in Iraq is over and Clinton's remarks is not an interference in the internal affairs
28.01.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Sumerian News / Baghdad considered the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, told U.S. Secretary of State by calling for Iraq to act as a democratic compromise, not interference, He stressed that Washington's role over the departure of its troops, calling them not to interfere the affairs of the country. The leader of the coalition, Walid al-Hilli said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "the statement by the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, although it is the concept of meaning, but is not an interference in the Iraqi issue , "noting that" America is no longer ruling in Iraq and out of it ended its role and has no right to intervene on it internal or orders, as some believe. " The Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, called on the first Thursday (January 26, 2012) in a press statement , Iraq to act as a democratic compromise, warning of wasting the opportunity to unify Iraq to achieve prosperity and unity. The ornaments that "the United States no longer are determined by the policy of Iraq's internal as they were in the stage of the occupation and now have no right to interfere on the nature of Iraqi politics , "adding that" the cooperation of the United States is currently working with Iraq takes place in other areas, cultural, security and economic. " The jewelry that the "theory of government of national partnership supported by America, which means the Government shared by everyone to build a home, experience has shown that there are those who take advantage of his presence in the state to encourage terrorism, "calling the U.S. to" non-interference in the Iraqi issue. " and Iraq is going through a crisis of great political, the first after the American withdrawal, on the back of issuing a warrant of arrest against the Vice President of the Republic of command in the list of Iraq Tariq al-Hashimi, after being accused of supporting terrorism, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, leader of the Iraqi List, also, after the description of the last of the owners as a "dictator, not build," which prompted the Iraqi List, to suspend its membership in the Council of Ministers and House of Representatives, and submit a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the President Minister Nuri al-Maliki. Relations between the coalition of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki tense is compounded with the passage of time at these points of difference between them stuck without a solution, as it revolves differences between the parties several months ago on the back of many topics including the selection of candidates for the positions of security in the government, and the formation of strategic policies Supreme, which was agreed the blocks on the foundation at a meeting of Arbil, and no ratification of the law. The leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, in (January 18, 2012) three options in the event of failure of the National Conference scheduled to Convened by the political forces soon, is that the National Alliance nominate a new prime minister instead of Nuri al-Maliki is capable and qualified to manage the affairs of the country assisted by the Council of Ministers where the minister competent and away from the quotas of political sectarianism, and the formation of a new government is preparing for early elections take on the responsibility of organization with integrity and respect Constitution, a law of justice, equality, and the revival of the principle of peaceful transfer of power to become a House of Representatives effectively with the need and the existence of an opposition parliamentary no less important and the effectiveness of the government and be responsible for political action. The President of the Republic Jalal Talabani and parliament Osama Najafi, agreed during a meeting held in the province of Sulaymaniyah, in (27 December 2011), to hold a national conference of all political forces to address issues related to governance, the state and develop solutions crisis has, in rejection of the National Alliance Conference held in Kurdistan, stressing the need to take place in Baghdad, calling for his support and keep the issue of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi for politicization.