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Center Stratfor: the battle of Fallujah failure creates new problems for Ebadi



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Center Stratfor: the battle of Fallujah failure creates new problems for Ebadi

Post by rocky on Sun 12 Jun 2016, 3:50 am

Center Stratfor: the battle of Fallujah failure creates new problems for Ebadi

 Baghdad / term 

No wonder that Iraq is a country of political instability and insecurity, but there are two things today does not augur well: the threats that surround the government of Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, the evolution ofcountering Al Daash, which would create sectarian violence operations. 
Demonstrations broke out again against al - Abadi, who failed to apply the reforms, especially those related toresist corruption, has already promised this when he came to power in 2014. in an attempt to fulfill his promises sacked the prime minister in the June 7, head of intelligence, and general manager of commercial Bank, and the head of the Iraqi media network. it 
should be noted demonstrations the current began in February, and reached its peak when he led part of Muqtada al - Sadr, the famous political and religious qualifications Shiite face, which is capable of a crowd ofprotesters in a short time, they asked those protesters from Abadi formation of a government of technocrats in order to fight corruption. 
but many leaders opposed to the existence of such a government , preferring to stick to the government share their power according to religious and ethnic interests, it was not clear that al - Abadi is able to manage all these differences. 
but it is very clear that Muqtada al - Sadr will continue his leadership of the demonstrations until the end ofthis month, and will be important to monitor the clashes between security forces and protesters seeking anincursion into green Zone, may increase the instability in Iraq. 
at present there is some relative calm between the government and the demonstrators, because the battle appealing against al Daash, which may exacerbate sectarian tensions in the country, so far absent sectarian violence , about the battle of Tikrit and Ramadi , but this would not be in Fallujah, a city that accuses people in collusion with organized across delivered to him without resistance. 
down the sectarian violence in Fallujah to create additional problems for Haider al - Abadi, also said Shiite militias that entering Fallujah will not be unless the government forces failed in a restored, but thegovernment is trying to prevent troops from entering the city in order to make them focus their efforts in thefight against al Daash also show the side of the unit. 
still Shiite leaders strongly Abadi deal with the situation in Fallujah criticize, at the same time , Iran is trying toinvolvement of the popular crowd more to fight Daash regulation, as if the battle of Fallujah will last long and will be chaotic, which will allow for the crowd plenty of opportunity for military intervention, although this happened wait and sectarian war in Iraq.

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