Editor: AHF, HH 17.08.2016 17:10 Number of Views: 1370
[rtl]Long-Presse / Baghdad[/rtl]
Counting the former director, told CIA David Petraeus, said on Wednesday that major challenges facing the next president of the United States, including the fight against al (Daesh) and instability in Iraq, and with likely occurrence of civil war in the country even after the defeat of the organization, stressed that the dividing line between success the failure in Iraq depends on the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
The US retired general and former director of the CIA the US the (CIA) David Petraeus, in an interview with US television station (CBS) and I followed, (range Press), "The next US president will face if he took or received power challenges for countless" noting that "one of the biggest of these challenges is the fight against al (Daesh) and instability in Iraq."
US General David Petraeus, to "eliminate (Daesh) is ordered will be achieved, but it depends on the duration of the period you going this process," adding that "what will help maintain this gain on the battlefield is that the political system in Iraq to be more holistic to include Arabs Sunnis and incorporating them more in the political process and the community and this is an essential point that the state pursued to maintain stability in the country and this is the best scenario that could face the main US next towards Iraq. "
He said Petraeus, that "the worst scenario that might face the next US president is that he may be forced to send more troops to Iraq and perhaps these forces may be involved in the actual battles to prevent a possible collapse of the situation in Iraq and the return of the situation in which the brink of civil war, witnessed by the country in 2006 ".
He said Petraeus, that "the likelihood of civil war would be the worst case scenario the next US president will face toward Iraq, which may occur even if the elimination of al (Daesh) in the country," pointing out that "the line between success and failure in Iraq will depend whole political approach followed by the government in Baghdad will be the main player in this matter is the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who said himself that he would seek to form a government that includes all political parties, particularly the Sunni Arab entity by giving them incentives to be supportive of the new Iraq. "
He asked Petraeus said, that "the important issue is whether the prime minister will be able to achieve this approach or not."
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