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    Post by Rocky Mon May 12, 2014 1:34 pm

    U.S. Ambassador draws potential scenarios for the formation of the next government, according to the American vision 



    05/12/14 {Baghdad Ambassador: News} 

    The newspaper "National and Interest" an article for the former U.S. ambassador in Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad expected in which several scenarios for after the Iraqi parliamentary elections that took place in the April 30, 2014, which stated verbatim: 

    Iraq is the most important electoral process since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in 2003, you may refer to the beginning of the election of a new Iraq or plunge the country more and more disruption and conflict. 

     According to Zadeh The likely outcome of these elections not to make any party a sufficient seats to form a new government that will provide the United States an opportunity to deal with Iraq's leaders and work with them to reach agreement on a reform program capable of producing the stability of the largest and advancing the interests of the U.S., which is facing a crisis marked in region. 

     Zadeh said that the projections indicate the emergence of one of the three possible scenarios would result in the elections. 

    The first could have a coalition of state law, headed by al-Maliki, a high percentage of seats beyond cent seat out of 328 parliamentary seats, and then be able to al-Maliki to form a majority government with a symbolic representation of some of the Kurdish parties and the Sunni small. 

     The second scenario: likely outcome more is that you get a state law from 60 to 90 seats and will encourage the performance of Prime Minister lackluster Kurdish parties and the Sunni Arab and Shiite his competition on the coalition together behind their candidate for prime minister, will face Maliki resist most of those faced in 2010 and can be For stalemate goes on-year. 

    The third scenario: You may obtain seats for al-Maliki prevail over other Shiite parties and prevents a substitute for it, and if both sides did not succeed in tip the balance in his favor, perhaps Iraq faces a period of political stagnation in which al-Maliki, head of the caretaker government. 

    If the camp remained united anti owners may decide to al-Maliki after a long period to allow another candidate to form a government and as a condition for stepping down is likely to Maliki insists that the prime minister comes from the ranks of the Dawa Party, to which he belongs. U.S. Ambassador draws potential scenarios for the formation of the next government, according to the American vision 

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    Janabi appearance: America only moral support us and visit the commander of U.S. forces to Baghdad formality



    05/12/20140 
     

    Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: criticized a member of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary appearance Janabi, Sunday, the lack of support for the U.S. military in Iraq in terms of armament and equipment, stressing that the support only moral, in what was described visiting commander of U.S. forces to Baghdad as a "formality."
    He said al-Janabi's "Tomorrow's Press," said that "a lot of states made promised Iraq helping in the fight against terrorism, including the U.S. Some of them provided information and some of them gave advice only," he said, adding that "America promised a weapon, which can be for Iraq through anti- terrorism and armed militias in all its different implants and security among Iraqis. "
    He added that "the U.S. administration has so far not fulfilled its obligations towards Iraq because of the delay in arming the Iraqi army, and I said, as well as the failure to provide intelligence information to the minute movements of terrorists, leaving the Iraqi army fighting a battle alone, and the simplest of weapons."
    He said al-Janabi, "We hear from time to time a statement of some politicians, Americans or their leaders in the military that there is support will be provided to Iraq soon or they Aaazaron Iraq's plight after each bombing, but this does not satisfy the ambition and is not supported, but this lifted the morale of all," adding that " Iraq goes on this support and this kind at the present time. "
    He said al-Janabi, "The visit of the top U.S. commander for Baghdad Lloyd Austin, on Sunday, can not only be described as a formality, because there are a lot of the visit came to Iraq and the highest levels of the U.S. military, but in vain or not preceded by actions on the ground."
    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki met in his office on Sunday, commander of U.S. Central Gen. Lloyd Austin and U.S. Ambassador Robert Beecroft Baghdad and Assistant Deputy Minister of Foreign Brett Macairk and a number of senior officers of the U.S. Army.
    It is noteworthy that the Iraqi government is seeking to arm the Iraqi army, with all its types, which has contracted with a number of global manufacturers of weapons developed including the United States of America for the purpose of equipping the army armor and tanks developed and helicopters and warships, including the F16 and announced by the Office of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, in the 13 May 2012, that Iraq will receive the first batch of them this year.

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