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    Arab newspapers: continuing challenges facing the new Iraqi government

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    Arab newspapers: continuing challenges facing the new Iraqi government Empty Arab newspapers: continuing challenges facing the new Iraqi government

    Post by Rocky Sat 25 Apr 2020, 6:17 am

    [size=32]Arab newspapers: continuing challenges facing the new Iraqi government[/size]
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    Arab newspapers have raised the  most prominent challenges facing the Iraqi government, which are challenges that lie between the strategy and the political, especially with the flaring rivalry and political dispute between Iran and the United States in more than one angle related to the situation in Iraq.

    According to these newspapers, there are a lot of military and strategic challenges before the new government, as well as continued attraction over the official announcement and agreement on members of the new government in the country.

    Accurate challenges
    Talking about the formation of the Iraqi government was the focus of an analysis put forward by the Arabic "Independent" website, which pointed to the challenges that will face the new Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, wondering ... Do you serve Al-Kazemi's conditions in doing what Nuri al-Maliki did not want to do during 8 years in the presidency the government?. 

    In this analysis, political writer Rafik Khoury said, "Al-Kazemi seemed aware of what he had to do and what might hinder him, saying that the sovereignty of Iraq is a red line. Weapon is all the prerogative of the state. Iraq will not be an arena for settling scores. Joint, and seriousness in ending the manifestations of unjustified foreign presence. "

    Khoury posed a number of subtle questions, saying: "The question now is: Will America remain firm on the policy it announces, namely that confronting Iran is a condition for achieving stability in the Middle East?

    And does the current administration take the principle that a successful administration in America should not treat Iraq as a battlefield?" With Iran, but rather as an important partner, its stability remains in America’s interest, especially in light of the vision of the youths who are calling for reform and defying the bullets of the militias affiliated with Iran, not just Iranian oil and penetration.

    Critical meetings
    In turn, the Iraqi newspaper "Al-Mada" touched on the scenes of forming a government, noting that a number of political forces in the country indicated that the names nominated to assume various ministerial positions were of the choice of the Prime Minister, but they indicated the need to study the names presented in terms of efficiency and integrity according to the specified period Going forward to hold a voting session on the cabinet.

    Muhammad al-Khalidi, head of the Bayraq al-Khair parliamentary bloc, according to the newspaper, revealed that political parties have resorted to two methods that would fail to task Mustafa al-Kazimi in the task of forming the next government.

    And Al-Khaldi stated that "Al-Kazimi faces two paths, the first is to give the political parties what they want and then fail, and the second is not to give them and they fail him from the beginning," explaining that "Al-Kazemi suffers from the same problem that faced Al-Razfi and Allawi."

    Al-Kazemi agreed with the heads of the political blocs to put the ministerial booth on Sunday or Tuesday to vote on it in the parliament, but some of the political sources acknowledged to the newspaper that "the dispute over the ministers may postpone the session until further notice."

    The popular crowd
    For its part, the London "Arab" newspaper touched on the role played by some of the military forces and their interaction with the political situation in Iraq.

    The newspaper said that four armed factions are now leading a campaign to persuade semi-official combat groups to change their affiliation to be the Iraqi government rather than the PMF, which is completely controlled by Iran.

    The newspaper said, "These factions are close to the Supreme Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani," pointing at the same time to its disengagement from the Popular Mobilization Authority and joined the general command of the armed forces, which increases the accuracy of the strategic position now.

    Sources familiar with the developments of this file said, "The transformation of the four armed factions is the first step in a project aimed at withdrawing groups involved in the PMF from the area of ​​Iranian hegemony."

    These sources pointed out that these factions and this orientation present a delicate strategic and political challenge to the Iraqi Prime Minister, noting the role he plays in this regard in light of the growing political and military challenges before him during the coming period.

    Tehran and Washington
    In turn, the writer and political analyst Emil Amin said, in an article for Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, that the developments of the situation in the Gulf now raise question marks on more than one issue, warning that Iraq is now involved in these issues, being a major party in the conflict between the United States and Iran.

    Amin said: "A large and wide question mark raised in the skies of the United States to search for what Tehran and its mullahs want from Washington, through the dramatic escalation by sea and air? Is this and that kind of pressure by the mullahs on the American presence in the Gulf region, especially Iraq?" 

    "Would Iran dare test the seriousness of Trump, knowing that the matter is fateful and vital to him, that is, the war issue, as it is known historically that every American president usually has his own war in which he shows his strength and his political and military ability, and it may not be Trump needs an all-out war, but a qualitative naval operation, recalled by the last operation in the Iraq-Iran war, known as "Brauning Mantis," in which Iran lost half of its already dilapidated fleet? 




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