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    Maliki Removes Key Army Chiefs, Appoints Own Son

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    Post by lonelyintexas Sun 06 Jul 2014, 1:42 pm

    Maliki Removes Key Army Chiefs, Appoints Own Son



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    Maliki had vowed to take action against what he called ‘deserters.’
     
    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Iraq's embattled Prime Minister Nouri Maliki has pushed his military chiefs into early retirement and placed his own son in charge of the army.
     
    The news was leaked to various Iraqi media outlets on Saturday.
     
    "On the order of the prime minister, the supreme commander of the ground forces, Ali Ghedan, has retired from office," a source with the Iraqi defense ministry said.
     
    The source added that the retirement was "a direct consequence of the fall of Mosul," into the hands of the jihadist militants.
     
    Iraq’s second-largest city fell to the insurgents almost a month ago, beginning a dominoes fall of cities and territory that has the rebels in control of a third of the country.
     
    The source also said that the prime minister had replaced Farouq Aeraji, who until recently was the chief of staff of the army, with his son Ahmad.
     
    The premier’s son, as the new army chief, deployed senior military officers to the frontlines of the battle against the insurgents, the source added.
     
    Last month, the prime minister removed a number of high-ranking military personnel, including General Mahdi Gharawi, Abdulrahman Hantali, and Lieutenant Hassan Abdurazaq, all senior commanders in Nineveh, the province where Mosul is the capital.
     
    Three days before the fall of Mosul, the military chiefs, along with the rest of the army, fled the chaotic scene, leaving behind heavy weaponry and ammunition. Maliki had vowed to take action against what he called “deserters.”


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    Post by lonelyintexas Sun 06 Jul 2014, 1:51 pm

    Third just in "Breaking News" [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
    Maliki appoints his son as miltary chief.

    This is coming to a head and maybe Tuesday we will know what's going to shake out.
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    Post by ron-man Sun 06 Jul 2014, 3:49 pm

    I for one,remember when Maliki lost the election for the office of P.M. I may be wrong but things have not gone so well,except for Iran having his ear to let them help??????? Thank you for this important update,and if I am wrong in my memory,please forgive me.
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    Post by Neno Sun 06 Jul 2014, 4:14 pm

    Three days before the fall of Mosul, the military chiefs, along with the rest of the army, fled the chaotic scene, leaving behind heavy weaponry and ammunition. Maliki had vowed to take action against what he called “[b][color=#660000]deserters[/color][/b].” wrote:
    Wonder what it would of had been like right now if, the DESERTERS had held fast? I would replace them too with only who I thought I could trust rather son or what have you. Then Court Marshall would be on the agenda as soon as things settled.
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    Post by CITEX Mon 07 Jul 2014, 9:10 am

    I agree with ya Neno, However if he had done that immediately, it would have been all over the news as Maliki assassinating his military leader... then some comment about how Saddam did the same, ect ect ect. He needs to be very careful in how he handles this one.
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    Post by lonelyintexas Mon 07 Jul 2014, 10:27 am

    Maliki's decision to cancel the assignment of the team Ali Ghaidan to retire
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    Baghdad / Iraq News Network - The military source in Diyala province said Hanan al and Hasan al-brokered Maliki to restore the Ghaidan to service. Source said that al-Maliki canceled a decision to refer the Ali Ghaidan into retirement and has brought back to service again after mediate the House of Representatives for the state of law and Hanan al Hasan al-Maliki., the Ministry of Defense announced the assignment of ground forces commander Ali Ghaidan the first team to retire after the issuance of this decision of the General Command of the Armed Forces.




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    Post by weslin3 Mon 07 Jul 2014, 7:10 pm

    Nepotism....  surprise 
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    Post by Neno Tue 08 Jul 2014, 7:33 am

    I think, everything going on is still considered being done by a caretaker government at this point and will be changed after the new is formed.
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    Post by weslin3 Tue 08 Jul 2014, 7:49 am

    Hope so Neno.

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