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    American newspaper: Al-Maliki faces international isolation and local contribute to peaceful transit

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    American newspaper: Al-Maliki faces international isolation and local contribute to peaceful transit Empty American newspaper: Al-Maliki faces international isolation and local contribute to peaceful transit

    Post by Rocky Thu 14 Aug 2014, 6:31 am

    American newspaper: Al-Maliki faces international isolation and local contribute to peaceful transition




    August 14, 2014

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    The Washington Post reported Thursday that domestic and international isolation faced by outgoing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will contribute to the peaceful transition of power in Iraq.

    The paper pointed out in the report sought to "support Iran's Prime Minister for a decisive blow to outgoing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki," adding that "even the most loyal militia has renounced his support in his efforts to force himself to a third term at the helm."

    The Washington Post said that "the isolation faced by Al-Maliki, both domestically and internationally to increase expectations of a peaceful transition and the relatively smooth power, after two days of tense confrontation by Al-Maliki through the deployment of security forces at strategic points around the capital."

    The paper found that "the Iranian leadership that enjoys great political influence in Iraqi politics, joined a group of Iraqi political groups, including Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds — in support of the efforts of Al-Abbadi to the formation of a new Government."

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