An American official calls for changing the current Iraqi regime by supporting the demonstrations
19:50 - 02/22/2020
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Former Dick Cheney and John Bolton aide to the Bush administration called on John Hana to change the current Iraqi regime by supporting "the extraordinary protest movement," he said.
"The United States is increasingly facing a series of questions in politics, and its answer is not in the newly-appointed Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Tawfiq, but rather the ongoing popular uprising," Hana said in an article written in the American Foreign Policy magazine and translated by Information Agency.
"The nomination of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to be the next leader of Iraq represents a dead end for Iraq and the United States alike, and he does not have any opportunity to solve the two crises that the country suffers from, which is first: What was called" the collapse of the legitimacy of the political class in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
after 2003, secondly the influence Increasing to Iran, therefore, the United States is advised to stay away from nominating Allawi and focus its energies instead on supporting the extraordinary protest movement that led to the change of Iraqi policy since late last year not only to save [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, but also to save Iraqi-American relations. ”He said.
He continued that "the new plan requires investing less in the Iraqi government and more in the anti-government protests," describing the protesters as "secretly loyal to America."
He pointed out that "the great argument in favor of the overthrow of the Iraqi government again is that it commits acts of violence against its people and there is no benefit in saving it," claiming that "providing support will make their reception by the protesters as liberators." According to his allegations, it ended / 25 z