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(Reuters) - The deputy chairman of the powerful Abu Mahdi al-Muhannadat on Saturday strongly criticized the Iraqi government and "failed" to manage the Basra provincial crisis, accusing the United States of being the one who caused unrest in the oil-rich province, .
"First, we have a clear and clear government failure, and what is going on in Basra is very unfortunate. People have the right to go out on the streets and demand their simple rights," he said in a televised interview with a group of journalists.
He pointed to the failure of "full of the government and security forces in Basra," pointing to "hit the headquarters of the popular crowd in Basra under the guidance of certain parties, and prevented us from being exposed to the demonstrators."
"The man who runs the operation in Basra is the US consulate, and it is active and working freely. We have information about that, we have films and pictures," he said.
"The goal is to impose a fait accompli in Baghdad in the democratic process that is going on every 4 years, and the consulate is trying to scare people and send a message that there is a war and internal conflict," he said, saying that "to reassure the Americans not internal fighting, "He said.
"There is tension between the crowd and the slaves and the fall of Ramadi was worse and worse than the fall of Mosul and no one was tried," he said, adding that tension was also caused by unscientific, ill-considered and hasty decisions.