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    Maliki: We have secured alliances with Sunni and Kurdish lists and we can form a majority government

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    Maliki: We have secured alliances with Sunni and Kurdish lists and we can form a majority government Empty Maliki: We have secured alliances with Sunni and Kurdish lists and we can form a majority government

    Post by Rocky Sat 26 Apr 2014, 6:16 am

    Maliki: We have secured alliances with Sunni and Kurdish lists and we can form a majority government






    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said his coalition has secured alliances with other lists Sunni, Kurdish, and it is possible to form a government of political majority.


    Maliki said during an interview with the BBC, and seen by the Euphrates News Agency {} that "all Iraqis with the unity of Iraq and against regionalization, and who fought the idea of the province are the people of Anbar and provinces raised in.", adding that "the Iraqi people do not want terrorism He does not want the militias, but he wants a strong and united. "

    In a question about his expectations for the results of the parliamentary elections slated for the end of this month, and the location of a coalition of state law, he said, "who will reap the hard numbers is a coalition of state law, and we have alliances guaranteed with other lists of Sunni, Kurdish and we can form a government of political majority on the basis of a unified Iraq and national identity."

    And about Iraq's relations with the countries of the world, and his position in the light of regional hubs and the position of the Syrian crisis, the prime minister said, "We have demonstrated the latest developments that the position of Iraq is the right of all States, and the policy is open to all states, including Saudi Arabia, but we want them not to interfere in our affairs , as we are Antdkhal in their affairs, and do not want to be a substitute for the one nor the other is not Saudi Arabia, but we want to focus on building and prosperity of Iraq. "

    Maliki also criticized the "Saudi Arabia and the Arab League to responsibility for" the bloodshed in Syria, "during the past three years from the age of the conflict."

    He said that "Riyadh, the Arab League and the international community are responsible for stirring up trouble in Syria against the so-called" legitimate government. "

    He went on to say that "there are those who said that the Syrian regime will fall within two months and now passed three years and did not fall of the Syrian regime," explaining that "it is betting on a military solution in Syria will not succeed in their quest."

    The Prime Minister said that "the weapon, which offers to fighters in Syria goes to the" killers "in reference to some of the armed groups fighting in Syria such as" Front victory and al-Qaeda and Daash {organizing the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant} terrorist. "

    He described the "coalition of the Syrian opposition as a" coalition of hotels "and the FSA as a" bubble ", and there are no two on the ground," asserting that "those who fight in Syria are the extremists who have received support from the neighboring countries of Syria."

    He continued that "the duty of national, religious and humanitarian requires us to fight al-Qaeda in Syria."

    Maliki went on to say that "the violence witnessed in Anbar province in Iraq, partly due to the weapon by some countries provide fighters in Syria and then finds its way to Iraq." Ended

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