Allawi's movement: There are American complicity with the Maliki government on what is happening in the country
06/11/2011 08:31

Baghdad, November 6 (Rn) - The National Accord Movement, led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, Sunday, what is going on in Iraq from the problematic political is the complicity of Washington with the Maliki government, saying that the file cabinet security will not be settled by the al-Maliki.
And arrested by Iraqi authorities in the past few days, more than 600 former member of the outlawed Baath Party, and along with former military officers in a dozen provinces, said they were planning for them to make a military coup.
The Iraqi Constitution prohibits the participation of "Saddam's Baath" in the political process to get rid of supporters of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who ruled the country for nearly three decades with an iron fist.
Iraqi officials have expressed on several occasions fears that Baathists might try to regain control of the power when the Americans leave, which still has about 30 thousand troops in Iraq.

A spokesman for the movement Dalimy Hadi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), that "the Iraqi National Accord Movement is what is happening in Iraq from the political point is the complicity of U.S.," noting that "a clear collusion with the government."
The Dalimy that "there is convinced that the issue of security ministers will not be resolved by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the case will be kept as it is."
It was supposed to take over the presidency of the Iyad Allawi politicians who agree on the strategy formation, but political differences have prevented the adoption of law.

The remains of the Ministries of Defense and the Interior administered by proxy also lack political consensus on the names given to fill the positions.
Under the political agreement signed prior to the formation of the government (Arbil agreements) provides that the Ministry of the Interior of the share component of the Shiite and the Ministry of Defense of the share of the Sunni.