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    Kurdistan: Maliki is no longer distinguish between right and wrong and consider all of his opponents

    lonelyintexas
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    Post by lonelyintexas Fri 11 Jul 2014, 10:04 pm

    Kurdistan: Maliki is no longer distinguish between right and wrong and consider all of his opponents terrorists

    July 11, 2014
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    The leader of the Kurdistan Alliance Hamid Buffy, said Friday that the accusations made ​​by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for the Kurdistan region of harboring insurgents and Baathists "void," noting that the latter called the charges because he felt that he is "out of power."
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    Said Buffy in a statement received "Alsumaria News", a copy of which, "The accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for the Kurdistan region of harboring insurgents and Baathists void," noting that "al-Maliki sees himself as he finished and is now outside the political process, so these false accusations it was issued at a time passes the difficult psychological condition. "
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    He added that the "Arbil is home to everyone from the Sunnis, Shiites and Christians, Mandaeans and all the components of Iraq, there are more than 1.00025 million thousand of refugees fleeing from the hot spots," explaining that "it is not plausible that all of these families refugee terrorist, and any government will come will be held accountable Maliki, has come to Erbil is also. "
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    And sees Buffy, that "the fate of al-Maliki would be the fate of any dictator or despot squandered money the country did not adhere to the Constitution and exceeded the powers and suppression of freedoms," noting that it "must be tried for what it was issued for violations of the constitution and abuses of public funds."
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    He pointed out that "al-Maliki is no longer distinguish between right and wrong Fozaa accusations on everyone and take it all opponents terrorists and Baathists and infidels and Doaash, while most of the Baathists are around him from comrades and comrades Baathists seasoned," noting that "they may have had a role in misleading and guidance the wrong direction until the Baathists back to power. "
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    The ministers announced the Kurdistan Alliance to Baghdad, Thursday (July 10, 2014), that non-participation in the meetings of the Council of Ministers is to protest against the actions and statements of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki against the Kurdistan region, Adin them "pouring in the door of threats and intimidation," stressing that the only way to save Iraq is a return to the national conventions.
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    The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Wednesday (July 9, 2014), it can not be tolerated to be based in Erbil to Daash and terrorists, while calling to stop the operations room located in Erbil and off the presence of hardened criminals, Baathists and al-Qaeda and extremist groups.
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    Post by lonelyintexas Fri 11 Jul 2014, 10:06 pm

    Maliki alone bears the responsibility for the crisis in Iraq






    11-07-2014 11:30 AM

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    Soon after take off, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, beginning in 2011, called for large numbers of Iraqi youth to demonstrations against the political class corrupt in Iraq, felt Nuri al-Maliki, was in the beginning of his second term as prime minister despite not winning in the elections of March (March 2010), the danger is obvious and promised not to seek a third term. After three years, ahead of elections April parliamentary Maliki looked again, is confident of his chances and declared non-insistence on a third term, saying in an attempt to appear humble in front of millions of poor Iraqis: «not Tldni my mother to be prime minister».
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    In spite of this, Maliki went to outperform all its rivals by a wide margin in the April elections. It has got a coalition of state law, which belongs to the 24 percent of the vote and 92 seats in parliament. Maliki personally won the votes of 720,000 voters, while his nearest rival won about a third of the votes. But this electoral victory achieved before losing Maliki's control of about a third of Iraq's territory for the benefit of «Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant», or «Daash», which is an extremist organization, and before fading simply the army, which has consistently Maliki for years to manage its affairs detailed. Despite the expression of several outside observers expressed shock about these developments, each read from any serious analysis of the current situation in Iraq, including those contained in my book «the struggle for the future of Iraq», will not be surprised. Now, with the presence of a disaster stares at him - and he took them clearly -, the al-Maliki is still insisting on a third term.
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    Maliki enjoyed in this step to support a large number of Iraqi and foreign analysts who assert that the non-return of al-Maliki as prime minister, will serve as a projection of the election results. But there are important problems in this direction.
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    A problem that the election results are not a clear indication of the popularity of al-Maliki, as some try to convince us, it is a clear example of the extent of the benefits of positions in the Arab region, The benefits of sensory and long-term as well, as it filled all of Ayad Allawi and Ibrahim al-Jaafari as prime minister in 2004 and 2005 on respectively, and remained in spite of their performance in the government's poor Istqtaban hundreds of thousands of votes in successive elections (even after 10 years).
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    Furthermore, it allows the prime minister of manipulating the results of the election easily, in April 2014, several observers expressed surprise when al-Maliki has won an unexpected majority of votes in several areas on the outskirts of Baghdad, had borne the brunt of the military attacks. In addition, the rampant nepotism that we are seeing now is a direct result of the absence of strong oversight. Even when investing state funds in certain areas, it depicts the citizens as if the money comes from the Prime Minister personally. And even worse, spread videos show Maliki's allies (and relatives) as they prepare gifts for citizens (such as land titles) in exchange for their support. Finally, al-Maliki has benefited from the overall control of the official media, allowed him to develop the national discourse in the context of tough guy image.
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    There is a problem that the regime in Iraq parliamentary and presidential not. The personal popularity of certain individuals has not in fact nothing to do with the question of who should become prime minister, the only legitimate criterion in parliamentary systems, in fact is the ability to gain the confidence of Parliament. In other words, it should be the parliament and the whole political system enough confidence to Prime Minister before allowing him to negotiate and make concessions. Without this reservoir of trust, can not be any parliamentary system that is working properly.
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    Based on that standard (which is the only viable), can be considered as a candidate for the worst-Maliki as prime minister, he would not be able to successfully negotiate on any other agreement or convince anyone in good intention. It is the only one who bears this responsibility, in November (November 2010), al-Maliki signed an agreement of Arbil, which allowed him to start a new mandate against a number of concessions and reforms, but it has not implemented any of them. Has turned this long series of broken promises to the lame duck unable to convince anyone in good intentions, even when you make promises honest reform. And hostility left over in the ranks of his opponents will likely worsen his inability to lead the country in dire need of an effective national leadership and wise.
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    It is noticeable in parliamentary systems around the world not to choose a prime minister from the largest bloc in parliament or not to allow her to control the governments. Show comparative data compiled by Sona Golder from the University of Pennsylvania and Garrett Glasgow from the University of California, Santa Barbara, during the preparation of their book next for formations of government, that the largest bloc in the democracies of the European Parliament did not get the post of prime minister in 29 percent of cases between 1945 and 2012 .
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    Must supporters Maliki aware that democratic legitimacy does not depend on his personal popularity (in presidential systems) or on the parliamentary support (as in Iraq), but also on the ability to govern according to democratic standards are acceptable (including ensuring that the treatment of the security forces for all justly) . Maliki has proved its inability to do so, and step down for this reason, even if there is no any other reason.
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    In addition to the state electoral, legal and political set, have been put forward a number of negative arguments to support the third term. For example, some have said that he can not or may not take off al-Maliki because it will lead to a big change in the performance of the state in times like these pass the country's national crisis. In response, I say that spheres of influence created by al-Maliki within the security services are clearly not capable of defending the country. Can not be allowed to continue those dynamics, because they represent the first long-term threat to the stability of the country, and secondly because of the danger created by the short-term Daash. In other words, if we stay on this path with the current political leadership, it will be overwhelmed by all of us in this quagmire.
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    Others said that the security forces are very loyal to the owners and any attempt to unseat him may produce violent reactions by some of the officers or units. Here, too, considered this argument coming in from the basis, if personal loyalty to the Prime Minister a real concern, you should take immediate action to save the country and its unity, and unless we have acknowledged that Iraq is not a democracy and we accept our fate to the will of a single individual.
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    Some argue that because of the need to be any prime minister in the future, a Shiite (at least in the foreseeable future) would not be a replacement of al-Maliki, a real change because the Sunnis of Iraq will continue to reject any Shiite leadership. But this argument actually overlook the current dynamics in the provinces such as Mosul, Salahuddin and Anbar, if the egg-shell one enough time to sit down with the families living in the provinces, something that would not have been interested in him only a few people, the vast majority of the discussions revolve around the years of arbitrary detention and violations dreadful in prison. It is misleading and dangerous to say that sectarianism represents in itself an obstacle to reconciliation more than any of the years of abuse under the rule of al-Maliki.
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    And others conducted comparisons with the Egyptian army to isolate Mohamed Morsi, in July 2013, noting that al-Maliki's supporters will go out to the streets and chaos sign along the lines of the Muslim Brotherhood if you do not prepare their man down. But al-Maliki does not have this kind of position, it is not a religious figure, although his religious nature, the polarization of his supporters are, for the reasons set forth above are not due to the attractiveness of spirituality. The fact that al-Maliki, when protesters took to the streets at the beginning of the Arab Spring, promised that his supporters will stage counter-demonstrations, but does not appear, only a few hundred of them (described by Muqtada al-Sadr a major critics joked that they «hired»;).
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    The argument that the recent progress in the interest of al-Maliki is the lack of one else can rule the country. But there seems to be a growing consensus in Iraq on the presence of the candidates can do a much better job of it, but the tragedy lies in the continuing search the main political forces in the country, all within the ranks of those who think he can replace him. Therefore, it is necessary to put a new idea on the spot in Iraq and out of the ethno-sectarian form. And do not need to choose a minister of the current group of corrupt political elites that drive the country into the ground since 2005.
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    If the parties realized the depth of the existential crisis in Iraq, it must also understand that the blame falls on all of them. What is needed today, in addition to the face of the current military threat Daash, is a captain, he can start to clean up Iraqi politics and rebuild mutual understanding and trust between the communities. This requires managers have the integrity and efficiency. It is not difficult to find them because the al-Maliki over the years targeted or killed or expelled every honest person stood in the way. And these are to be relied upon if we are to turn things around and repair the state and society. Without their participation, we will probably drowning, even if averted danger Daash.
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    * Lawyer who specializes in comparative constitutional law and international commercial arbitration, the author of «the struggle for the future of Iraq: how democracy is undermined by corruption and incompetence and sectarianism» (Yale University Press 2014 -).
     
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    Post by GWT54 Sat 12 Jul 2014, 1:57 pm

    videos show Maliki's allies (and relatives) as they prepare gifts for citizens (such as land titles) in exchange for their support. Sounds like the Obama administration !!!!

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