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Iraqi Kurdistan: Kerry suggested early elections Vastrt Najafi government headed by al-Maliki
BAGHDAD / Mohammad Sabah
Revealed deputies from the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, on Monday, said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry suggested during a meeting with House Speaker Osama Nujaifi to go to early parliamentary elections out of the crisis the country, but the latter condition technocrat government after the dissolution of the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
I take it Representatives that Iraq faces significant challenges if he continued nuisance United States to open airspace in front of aid Tehran's military regime of Bashar al-Assad, expecting the return of U.S. troops under the umbrella of UN resolution to cut the road in front of bridge Iran Air to Syria through Iraq, especially that the country is still under Chapter VII.
The Secretary of State made a surprise visit to Iraq on Sunday, considered observers first visit of an official from Washington after the withdrawal of America is witnessing "censure" for the owners because of his domestic and regional, has focused the minister during a discussion of the Iraqi position of the Syrian crisis and aid the Iranian regime of Bashar al-Assad, as well as to discuss the political crisis experienced by the country since the U.S. withdrawal end of 2011 the Obama administration expressed alarm Maliki postponed elections Nineveh and Anbar.
He drew Kerry criticized the Iraqi government on various subjects, after arriving the capital Baghdad on a visit unannounced because criticized "indulgence Iraq with arms transfers to Iran, and stressed that administration officials are following closely crossings aviation Iranian airspace Iraqi to help the Syrian regime to stay, and among those wondering "how our allies in Iraq and allowed to happen?". called in this regard Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to help the departure of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from office and not keep it.
Commenting on the reasons to visit Kerry and files that he discussed with Iraqi officials, said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, MP Hassan Chuird "There are several reasons prompted Foreign Minister George John Kerry to visit Baghdad at this time specifically including political crises Interior accumulated, which reached an impasse, as well as events Syrian. "
Added Chuird, in a statement to "long" yesterday that "Iraq is facing difficult and dangerous challenges in the absence of Anasiall to the observations of the U.S. side, including the need to examine the Iranian aircraft and solving internal problems and crises."
The MP said the Iraqi List, said that "the absence of the President and the differences between the Prime Minister on the one hand and the head of the House of Representatives the other hand, a significant impact in the failure of the parties to reach solutions to the crisis taking place."
He believed that "the lack of political vision for the Iraqi government after the internal situation and external to the country after a breach of the Erbil by some political parties, prompting 70% of ministers to withdraw from the government," stressing that "which worried the Americans and their fear of losing the country because of this policy and the existing chaos. "
And about Kerry's talk about Iranian interference in Iraq, said Chuird "Iran's major intervention in Iraqi affairs and that's what bothered the Americans have talked so openly with Iraqi politicians."
And predicted a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, "issuing a UN resolution might bring some U.S. troops to Iraq to examine and inspect Iranian planes bound for Syria because Iraq is still under Chapter VII."
For his part, confirms the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mehdi Haji said that "Iraq has become a yard crossing aircraft Iranian destined to Syria to provide the Assad regime with weapons, according to the view of the Americans," and believed that "Iraq has become the hammer Iran and the anvil Americans because of the lack of a unified vision in the political practice of by the Maliki government. "
Haji pointed, in an interview with the "long" yesterday, said "One of the aims of Kerry's visit to Iraq is to keep the political system and democracy and prevent the involvement of Iraq and Angmash in Iranian policy being pursued in the region and in particular in Syria."
He said that "the Americans have serious reservations on the policy of exclusion and marginalization and uniqueness Party-led one destination followed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with all parties," noting that "the Americans have told Maliki need to correct these mistakes," and asserts that "the U.S. government now has to imagine about deficit the current government for building the new Iraq as planned it. " The MP for the Kurdish Alliance, "Kerry presented to the President of the House of Representatives Osama Nujaifi Go to early elections, but the latter refused to do so on condition resolving the current Maliki government and the formation of a new government of technocrats." Haji stresses that "the Maliki government can not walk in accordance with the policy balance between the American and Iranian interests because the Iranians have wide interventions and substantial."
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