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    Khazali's policy reveals the details of the visit of a US delegation to Baghdad and al-Amiri justif

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    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Aug 2018, 2:33 am

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    The leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq Qais al-Khazali has admitted to being an American "pressure" on the parties to form the Iraqi government, referring to the near formation of the largest bloc by the other camp led by Abadi-Sadr-Hakim-Allawi. 
    "US President George W. Bush's envoy will arrive in Baghdad today with a US delegation to press some parties on forming a government," Khazali said after a meeting of the Fatah alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri. 
    "If the US Embassy continues to intervene, we will not be silent, and the parties that support it must stop it, America intervenes in negotiations to form a government openly and sometimes imposes even personalities." 
    For his part, Amiri said, "We must be jealous of Iraq in the selection of political figures why we rely on external intervention, for the next government in the future if it has foreign intervention."
    On his meeting with controversial Sunni leader Khamis al-Khangar, Amiri said, "If Khamis al-Khangar had negative comments about why the judiciary allowed him to participate in the elections." 
    "The judiciary and the government allowed Khamis Dagger to participate in the elections." 
    In the past few days, the American mediator, Brett McGurk, who has been in Iraq since the middle of this month, the commander of the Quds Force, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, and his three aides, Erj Musjdi, Karim Rezai and Mahmoud Akbarzadeh, Shiites. 
    While Tehran supports both Nuri al-Maliki (the coalition of state law) and the leader of Badr Hadi al-Amiri (also leads the Fatah coalition), Washington is supporting, unauthorizedly, the second Shiite camp and its most prominent symbols, Haider Abadi, Ammar al-Hakim, Muqtada al-Sadr and Iyad Allawi.
    So far, the first camp was able to collect less than 100 seats, and includes a coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki (26 seats), and led by Hadi al-Amiri (48 seats), and the will of Hanan al-Fatlawi (3 seats), and competencies led by Haitham Jubouri (two seats) , As well as small blocks that have won a seat or two seats in southern Iraq, as well as others said leaders in this camp that "took off their sale to slaves and wise and pledged to be with us." 
    (21 seats), the wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim (19 seats), and the victory led by Haider Abadi (42 seats), to the Alongside lists of Turkoman and Christian minorities, officials said, "They made oral promises last Sunday to join the coalition, being more Iraqi than the first."
    The Kurdish blocs, most notably the Democratic Party and the Kurdistan Alliance (43 seats), turned to the Qubban egg. The acceptance of these blocs in alliance with one of the two Shiite camps would defeat the competition in favor of one party over the other. The United States, through its envoy, who allocated more than one aircraft between Baghdad and Erbil to the movement of leaders and leaders of Sunni and Kurdish Iraqi.



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