Sunday April 22, 2012
Iraq policy

Accord Movement: Maliki crises go out and play a chord on the sectarian

Sunday 22 نيسان 2012 11:15 GMT

Sumerian News / Baghdad
Carried the Iraqi National Accord Movement, led by Ayad Allawi, Sunday,
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's responsibility "to drag the country" to more foreign interventions, while accusing him of "migration crises and play on the tendon sectarianism", considered the cause of foreign interventions in the looting of their right to form a government.

A spokesman for the movement of Hadi and to Zalmi in a statement received "Alsumaria News," a copy of it, that the movement had "the prime minister and state law, Nuri al-Maliki to drag the country to more foreign interventions by deporting crises and play on the tendon of sectarianism and the use abroad of the political partners," he that "it is draining the country's capabilities and weakens organizational performance and makes it a failed state."

He added that Zalmi "Accord Movement reaffirms its rejection of foreign intervention in Iraqi affairs, which led to the creation of a political approach imposed on Iraq and robbed of their right to form a government."

Arrived in the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, (April 22, 2012) to the Iranian capital Tehran on an official visit, heading a ministerial delegation included Minister of Industry and Minerals Ahmed Daly Karbouli and trade Khairallah Hassan Babiker, planning Yusuf Ali Shukri.

The Iranian Embassy in Iraq announced that, in (January 30, 2012), that the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will visit Tehran soon, as revealed then that the ministers of the two countries will nine reciprocal visits until the end of March 2012, in a move that are standard in terms of the number of official visits exchanged , while confirming the other hand, that the volume of exports to Iraq amounted to about seven billion dollars.

The State of Law coalition, on Sunday (22 this April) that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will discuss during his visit to Tehran issues wise between the two countries and to host Iraq expected for nuclear summit which held its first round in Istanbul, in what was to talk about the presence of Iranian influence in Iraq "controversy politically. "

Called Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in more than one occasion, the positions of defending the independence of his government and denies being subject to any foreign intervention, especially from Iran, accused by a number of Iraqi parties and European countries and the United States to interfere, directly the affairs of Iraq's internal supports armed groups and Shiite militias through processing with weapons and explosives.

And considered the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, the most prominent opponents of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (January 17, 2012), that Iran is "wedded" the latter of having strong relations with Iran and trying to invest those relationships to play the role of mediator outside the United States, while the MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, a pro-Tayeb, in (January 19, 2012), al-Maliki to take a "firm" of Iranian interference.

The unity of the differences between the political blocs intensified after that shifted from the different Iraqi rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance, too, after the new President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani (April 6, 2012), during his visit to the United States attack against the central government in Baghdad and accused her of shirking the promises and commitments, while stressing that the Kurds would not accept in any way to be positions and powers, however, one person "leads an army Mleonia and restore the country to the era of" dictatorship. "