Sunday-29 Jan 2012
Photo published in newspaper "Hurriyet Daily News" that combines Turkish and Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu and leader of the Supreme Council, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim
BAGHDAD - Faleh Hassan panic
I spoke Turkish newspaper for a "process change" in Iraq and that Turkey's leaders would prefer to see Ammar al-Hakim at the site of greater political influence in Iraq, noting the Turkish Foreign Minister to the wise is the closest Shiite leaders to Ankara, while a cabinet secretary told the newspaper that negotiations were underway to hand over the Vice-President Tareq al-Hashemi mouse to Baghdad soon.
The newspaper said that while the rising tension between Turkey and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, praised the Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu Iraqi leader Ammar al-Hakim, President of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council, as a personal "very special" for Turkey, and the "wise man", would leadership to be crucial in overcoming the sectarian conflict in Iraq, as quoted by the newspaper (Hurriyet Daily News) Turkey.
The newspaper quoted Davutoglu told a news conference with al-Hakim, said that "the wise among the wise men, not in Iraq, but in the region," and added that the talks with al-Hakim in Ankara, at a critical time in Iraq was, is something very important to Turkey , stressing that Turkey and wise share the same vision in the process of change in Iraq.
Davutoglu said, "We agree with the wise in all the parties concerned must be side by side so that there is no ethnic or sectarian polarization in the region."
He said Turkish Foreign Minister Hakim comes from a cultural heritage, and that his family gave many martyrs in the fight for freedom in Iraq, pointing out that building a new Iraq and the strong hands of Sunnis, Shiites and Christians, Arabs, Kurds and Turkmen, who would be the gospel great in the days of great future the entire region.
The paper disclosed that Turkey's leaders, they said in public meetings, the Shiite leader al-Hakim is the closest to Turkey, and suggested that Ankara would like to see in a more influential political role in Iraq.
The newspaper said the cleric urged the Iraqi Sunni bloc to end its boycott of parliament, called for support for a national conference in Iraq, stressing that it is impossible to run a government one. Hakim said, "I want to invite Iraq to return and take their place in parliament," he said, adding "We will consider their demands for fair and do what is necessary."
And talk about the issue of conflict in Syria, according to the newspaper, through wise for his support "to the demands of Syrian People's legitimacy", and urged to reach a peaceful solution "should come from inside Syria," he said.
Hakim met with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He also visited Ankara at the same time, Sheikh Ahmed Abdul Ghafoor al-Samarrai, head of the Sunni Endowment, and met with his Turkish counterpart Mehmet Gormez. The Samurai, the problems of sectarianism in Iraq, told reporters that he had visited Turkey for the purpose of discussing these problems.
The newspaper noted that the leaders of the Iraqi bloc led by Ayad Allawi, who were planning to decide whether they must continue their boycott of parliament, or letting them escalate their protests the government, before he made the wise remarks.
The newspaper said, quoting Turkish source as saying that Hakim's visit to Ankara does not mean to mediate between the Prime Ministers of both countries, pointing out that the source of Turkey unnamed, told her that Hakim's visit to Ankara not to mediate between Maliki and the Turkish government, and that the talks that they make with the wise , part of the dialogue with Turkey, the Iraqi political parties.
The newspaper added that senior Iraqi official told her that Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi, who is currently hiding in the Kurdistan Regional Government, handed over to the Iraqi central government, in order to be tried in Baghdad next month.
The paper said Ali Mohsen, Keywords, Secretary General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, said "negotiations with the Kurdistan Regional Government, to a fair trial of Tariq al-Hashemi," revealing that the "Kurdish government will hand over al-Hashemi in Baghdad next month, and perhaps even before that." , and that the talks between the parties has matured enough to reach a solution.
He continued: "It does not ask Turkey to mediate between the government of the Kurdistan region and Baghdad," was going to that "Turkey would also not be pleased if the intervention of another country, Turkey's domestic problems."
He believed Keywords that central government understands the concerns of the Kurdistan Regional Government in relation to "fair trial" of Hashemi, indicating that the central government is working on final details to ensure the security of Hashemi in Baghdad, and that "whether guilty or not, should be tried in Baghdad, fair and transparent manner .. . Iraq's constitution does not allow any other country, our policy to intervene. "
Keywords and went on to say that "relations between Iraq and Turkey have not shaken, and we have to take that on the basis that the opinion of politicians," adding that the rising tensions between Ankara and Baghdad, "temporary."
Continued to say "may sometimes explain an internal problem in the country in a different way by other countries," noting that the central government is able to resolve the political turmoil between the Government of Iraq's central and Kurdish administration.
The Keywords believed that "the recent statements launched by the politicians, will not affect relations between Iraq and Turkey," said the increasing volume of bilateral trade and investment between Turkey and Iraq, stressing that "Iraq still needs to Turkey to be with him."