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Alusi calls Maliki not to be a tool to divide Iraq

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Post by chouchou Sat Jul 19, 2014 5:54 am

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BAGHDAD / NINA / The head of the Civic Democratic Alliance, Mithal al-Alusi called Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki not to be a regional tool for sectarian division of Iraq and a cause of shedding blood in the country.

He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that he call on al-Maliki to realize that intransigence and cling to power means dividing and destroy Iraq, and he has to choose either to go down in history as the leader of the sectarian bloodshed and division or to enter as a national democratic leader who pushed for the peaceful power transferring. "

Alusi expressed hope that "al-Maliki not to be an Iranian tool or any other regional tool to divide Iraq." Adding, "I say it for the Sunnis and the Shiites who raise sectarian slogans not to be a tool for implementing Biden's criminal scheme, who is seeking to break up Iraq."

It is mentioned that Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki said many times that he has the right to form the next government as his coalition, state of law, got the top in the results of the recent elections and personally he got the highest percentage of the vote.

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