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    5 Iraqi figures compete Maliki to office

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    Post by Rocky Sat 21 Jun 2014, 10:01 am

    5 Iraqi figures compete Maliki to office

     21/06/2014 02:58 

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    Beirut - "Life"
     
    The overthrow of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of the most important objectives of the current military campaign in Iraq.Many accuse the year, al-Maliki marginalized and sending the Iraqi army to repress them.
     
     
     
    Under this campaign, see some Shiite figures a chance to grab him as prime minister. It is these characters?
     
    - Adel Abdul-Mahdi (72 years), his former vice president, resigned in 2011 to distance himself from the Maliki government impotent. Included in many positions during his career. He is an expert economist who studied in France and a moderate, called Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq to work to support each other against terrorism.
     
    - Iyad Allawi, 69, was appointed prime minister in the interim transitional government in Iraq, backed by the United States after the overthrow of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.Neurologist majored in Britain. Secular Shiite who enjoys the support of disaffected Shiites and Sunnis across Iraq, but it is not acceptable by Iran.
     
    - Ahmad Chalabi, 70, the former leader of the "Iraqi National Congress" opposition who had studied in Britain. Is a favorite at the neo-conservatives who have called for the invasion of Iraq in 2003. After a dispute with Washington over fake intelligence sources, U.S. politicians trying to get close to him again.
     
    - Bayan Jabr is a former interior minister. Accused of transforming forces in the Iraqi police to "death squads."
     
    - Of quitting, is unknown, but it belongs to the political bloc loyal to cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, the anti-United States of America.
     
    In this context, the President Barack Obama's meeting with congressional leaders to discuss the options the U.S. in Iraq, joined by senior officials in the U.S. government to a group of owners and critics blamed for error in the treatment of sectarian divisions exploited by the militants militants. Lawmakers sought to persuade al-Maliki to step down, what they see as a failure of leadership in the face of a rebellion displays his country at risk.
     
    On the ground in Iraq, still fighting going on in the areas controlled by the organization "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant" (Daash), it has expanded its influence towards new areas in the western Anbar province, a day after control of the city of Qaim, which includes a border crossing officially with Syria .
     
    The "Daash" dominated the northern Iraqi province of Nineveh, announced by the state, vowing to launch a "invasions" new.Said one of its fighters through a video clip posted on the website "YouTube" They fought in Syria, stressing that they will move in the post to Jordan and Lebanon.


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