|[ltr]Strategic expert: Washington does not support the survival of Maliki in power[/ltr]|
|[ltr]06:53:02 / 11/2013[/ltr]|
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Khandan - Zia Caliph
Stressed the strategic expert Ahmad Sharifi said data visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the United States indicates that Washington does not support the survival of Maliki in the third presidential mandate.
He said Sharifi in a statement singled out by the reporter (Khandan), said: "read the data on the visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the United States also suggest that Washington is reluctant to make a decision and a clear position towards Iraq because of the political conflict and the deterioration of security," he said.
He Sharifi said "Washington sees the change is likely to be carried out in the Iraqi political scene after the elections of 2014," noting that "Washington does not support the survival of Maliki in power or stay in as prime minister for a third session because of the situation the Iraqi Interior and the performance of al-Maliki and his team during the past four years."
And Sharifi said "America looking for a new Iraqi political orientation is a far cry from the current trends Maliki in order to restore the relationship between Washington and Baghdad its close association that Baghdad moved away from the U.S. policy."
He Sharifi said that "Maliki's visit to Washington, too late if the concerned actually file security and activating the strategic framework agreement, where it was necessary to activate this agreement after signing directly and not after more than three years," مستطردا that "there are other reasons for the visit may be an election or try to persuade the U.S. side to the survival of al-Maliki on the top of the pyramid of power in the coming period. "
He expressed Sharifi surprise at the "claim-Maliki from Washington more weapons and aircraft to fight terrorism while at the same time supports the efforts of national reconciliation among the armed factions that stipulated document Testament international signed in Sharm El Sheikh 2007, which was approved by al-Maliki to reconcile through with the armed groups and their inclusion in the political process , "calling it a" flop obviously the lack of success in the policy of his government and his advisors team. "
Sharifi also criticized "a modern-Maliki in Washington and diplomatic weakness, which exposed the vulnerability of Iraq."
This has Maliki arrived in Baghdad, was returning from Washington, on Saturday morning after ending a visit to the United States, lasted five days, during which he met President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, and a number of senior officials in the administration.
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