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    has not achieved its results and America will not repeat its mistakes in support of one man

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    has not achieved its results and America will not repeat its mistakes in support of one man Empty has not achieved its results and America will not repeat its mistakes in support of one man

    Post by Rocky Sat 07 Apr 2018, 9:38 am


    FOREIGN AFTER: Abadi's criticism of Maliki has not achieved its results and America will not repeat its mistakes in support of one man

    16:12 - 07/04/2018
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    A report by the US magazine Foreign Affair revealed that the upcoming Iraqi parliamentary elections have been a pivotal point since the announcement of victory over the terrorist organization in September 2017, where Baghdad now feels safer than it was in 2003.
    "The situation now is similar to what happened in 2010. The Obama administration has backed Maliki as a supporter of it and will allow a small contingent of US troops to stay in Iraq when the status-of-forces agreement between the two countries expires," said Emma Skye, a British journalist. In 2011, has also calculated that maintaining the status quo is the fastest way to ensure the existence of an Iraqi government before the US midterm elections, indicating that in practice, this decision failed to help Iraq to overcome sectarianism and undermine the idea that change can occur through politics and not a Violence. "
    The report added that "Although the political scene in Iraq is more dispersed, and the same faces are still dominated by the situation, where competing in the elections five separate Shiite cards, the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi and his predecessor Nuri al-Maliki compete in two separate lists in addition to Hadi al-Amiri, , And the leaders Muqtada al-Sadr and Ammar al-Hakam, who lead their rival blocs to enter the elections. "
    "Because of the catastrophic decision of the Kurdistan referendum last September, the Kurds have become their weakest situation since the fall of Saddam's regime, where the two main parties are dysfunctional, losing their credibility in the eyes of the younger Kurds and increasingly opposed by other groups, The budget allocated to them by the central government has fallen from 17% to 12%. As for Sunnis and secular groups, they have three main lists headed by Jamal Karbouli, former president of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society, and Osama Najafi, The former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, who is competing with former deputy prime minister Saleh al-Mutlaq and current parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri.
    The report continued: "In theory, Abbadi is in a strong position to win a second term, but despite his control of the official media and support for the main figures in the Dawa Party, his campaign is poorly organized and uninspired, and although he has seized every opportunity to criticize Maliki in bankruptcy Iraq and a coup, but Abadi did not specify how the economy will restructure and restructure public institutions did not result in previous efforts no result.
    "In order to promote long-term stability in Iraq, the United States should not repeat the catastrophic error of supporting one man as it did in 2010. Instead, Washington should help ensure a coalition of moderate Shiite groups," the report said. An alliance with some Kurdish and Sunni parties capable of forming a government, "stressing that" there is the possibility of establishing cross-sectarian alliances can be achieved on the agenda of resisting corruption and improve governance and public services, and provides a more stable security opportunity for Iraqis to transcend identity policies to the policy based on Issues important, The country need to be willing and able to implement political and economic reforms in light of the decline in oil revenues, which are no longer sufficient to cover the budget with the growing unemployment, especially among the young Iraqi government. Ending / 25 z

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