WASHINGTON - Iraq Press -24 July: A number of U.S. senators on Wednesday the need to change the prime minister, because of the difficulty relied upon in the fight against insurgents, and to reconcile the communities of the Iraqi people.
Sen. Eliot Engel, in a hearing in Congress on Wednesday, said that al-Maliki missed an opportunity to complete a comprehensive reconciliation among all Iraqis, stressing the need to leave his post as head of government.
"The fact that I have my doubts in the ability of Prime Minister al-Maliki, the Iraqi leadership to compatibility. In fact, the al-Maliki to leave as soon as possible. "
He said Senator bio Sears, for its part, that it is time that the Iraqis must move forward to choose a government that represents all Iraqis and serve.
He explained that "the Iraqi people alone will control the future and he alone will make the decision to change from al-Maliki."
The exposure of President Barack Obama in recent weeks to pressure from U.S. lawmakers to persuade al-Maliki to step down because of what they see as a failure of leadership in the face of a rebellion displays his country at risk.
He joined the senior officials in the U.S. government to a group of owners and critics blamed for error in the treatment of sectarian divisions exploited by the militants.
The United States, which withdrew its troops from Iraq in 2011 that Baghdad must take steps toward sectarian reconciliation before deciding Obama any military action against armed groups. Ended. M j.
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