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Washington informed the political blocs need to keep Abadi, in preparation for a donors' conference

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Washington informed the political blocs need to keep Abadi, in preparation for a donors' conference Empty Washington informed the political blocs need to keep Abadi, in preparation for a donors' conference

Post by rocky Mon 11 Apr 2016, 3:59 am

[size=32]Washington informed the political blocs need to keep Abadi, in preparation for a donors' conference[/size]

1:46:09 11/04/2016 |(Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad 'sState of Law coalition stressed that America pressed toward retaining the Prime Minister Haider al -Abadi, and tobe a change at the ministerial level, while counting theSupreme Islamic Council, the Americans sent a letter "indirect" reflecting their desire to be edited Ministerial -level ministries, attributed thecoalition Iraqi forces and Washington 'ssupport "clear" for the survival of al - Abadi to its desire toensure political stability and for Iraq to international grants to overcome thefinancial crisis.state law: Abadi was successful doing no justification to change the leader of the coalition, Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, said in an interview to (long - Presse), " The visit of the US Secretary ofState, John Kerry, for Iraq was scheduled and old," returned to "Prime Minister Haider al -Abadi, was successful and clear to his work and his handling of theblocks and components, which gave a clear message of the blocks that talk about change is not justified. " he added Jaafar, that" therepresentative of the US President, Barack Obama, who visited Iraq a few days ago and met withthe Prime Minister and therest of theblocks without exception, focused on theneed to create a national understanding to resolve thenew government 'scase , "noting that" America has repeatedly stressed and through its representative that the issue ofchanging theAbadi at this time is desirable for her, and she pressed toward not to think of the political blocs more than a cabinet reshuffle, and it has to negotiate to find a way to stay Abadi ,head of thegovernment. " the Supreme Council: theAmericans and they send anindirect message survival AbadiFor his part ,leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, which is headed byAmmar al -Hakim, the Americans sent a letter "indirect" reflecting their desire not tochange thePrime Minister Haider al -Abadi, and tobe a cabinet reshuffle at theministerial level, and reforms "deliberate and careful." he said Hamid Maaleh, in an interview to the (long -Presse), " theAmerican officials visits to Iraq in thelast term, and atthis level, reflecting the interest of theObama administration in Iraqi affairs and developments ," noting that "Washington believes theneed for reforms to be deliberate and careful in order to bear fruit . "He explained Maaleh, that" the American envoys gave anindirect message on Abadi stay on top of thegovernment and that thereshuffle at theministerial level, "ruling out" a direct directed by American officials about the survival ofal - Abadi his job, because they are keen that Iraq prevails stability during this particular time, for purposes connected to their American conditions and avoid exposure Iraqi experience large, clear vibrations. "coalition forces: Washington supported thesurvival of al -Abadi to ensure the stability ofIraq and winning international grantsMeanwhile attributed thealliance of Iraqi forces tosupport theUnited States was " obviously "for the survival of al - Abadi his job, to its desire to ensure political stability in Iraq as a prelude to obtaining the international grants next may, to overcome thefinancial crisis, returned to Washington might not mind changing it after that in the event of failing tocomplete thereforms.Mohammad al -Karbouli, saidin an interview to the (long -Presse), " theUS support was clear to thesurvival ofPrime Minister Haider al -Abadi his position to beable to apply the reforms, "he returned that" itdoes not mean achange ofMinisters only. " felt Karbouli, that" American support for Ebadi , not his person , as some believe, but to create anatmosphere for a donors 'conference to be held next May, the Iraqi government attended to benefit from agrant of between 15 to 25 billion dollars to overcome thefinancial crisis ,"pointing out that" the change Abadi can enter the country to choose a tunnel for the new prime minister ,who may not come out of it until the end of the current 2016 ". the leader of the alliance ofpowers Iraq, that "political stability is acondition for the US president, so Ipreferred to stay Abadi , the head of thegovernment , " adding , "but Washington may not mind changing Abadi after next may in the case failed tocomplete thereforms." the US Secretary ofState, John Kerry could count during his visit toBaghdad, in, ( the eighth of this April 2016), the Prime Minister Haider al -Abadi "proved" his ability to confront thepolitical and economic crisis is difficult, and stressed that enables security forces to restore the cities of Daash, while renewed his country 'ssupport for Iraq . " a unified federal democratic.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]




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