The lawmakers made it clear that this possibility is intended to put pressure on the Sunni Kingdom to respond to what they see as legitimate grievances of the Shiite majority of the population.
BAGHDAD / Obelisk: the deployment of 'al-monitor' an article which referred to the warning Congress of Bahrain 'that it needs to become serious about political reforms in case they do not want to see the 5,000 sailors and Marines element American interests are transferred to other places'.
According to the site 'Women Bahrain' last Thursday, that the article, titled 'Bahrain responded to the threat of the transfer of the Fifth Fleet', he said, 'The House of Representatives passed the annual draft defense law, which requires the Department of Defense planning for the possibility of the US Fifth Fleet transfer in the event of continuing political tensions '.
He said the article 'The lawmakers made it clear that this possibility is intended to put pressure on the Sunni Kingdom to respond to what they see as legitimate grievances of the Shiite majority of the population'.
Said Rep. Hank Johnson Project Sponsor Monitor that 'the reason that we need to plan for this possibility is specifically to address the demands of the people the failure of the Kingdom of Bahrain. "
Johnson added: 'if they chose not to address these concerns cruel way, and the end of things upwards worse there, then we may be forced to leave. I do not think that any American policy maker would like to see that happen. "
The article pointed out that 'the Bahraini government refused to comment directly on the text of the legislation, but made clear its displeasure to dictate how it conducts its business.'
Bahraini official said the site 'There is no doubt in the relationship between the two countries' though' defense relationship aims to protect the country from foreign threats and ensure regional stability. This is nothing to do with the Bahraini internal issues'.
He pointed out that the official 'Bahrain's strong defense relationship with the United States that lasted for decades has grown stronger after the summit between the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council. Only we expect that this relationship is getting stronger and growing '.
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