Iraqi Politics in 2014 - 2

Iraqi Sunnis say could join new gov't, fight Islamic State

(Adds new U.S. strikes) By Raheem Salman and Michael Georgy BAGHDAD, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Tribal leaders and clerics from Iraq's Sunni heartland offered their conditional backing on Friday for a new government that hopes to contain sectarian bloodshed and an offensive by Islamic State militants that threatens to tear the country apart. One of the most influential tribal leaders said he was willing to work with Shi'ite prime minister-designate Haider al-Abadi provided a new administration respected the rights of the Sunni Muslim minority that dominated Iraq under Saddam Hussein. Ali Hatem Suleiman left open a possibility that Sunnis would take up arms against the Islamic State fighters in the same way as he and others joined U.S. and Shi'ite-led government forces to thwart an al Qaeda insurgency in Iraq between 2006 and 2009. Yet amid the signs that political accords were possible in the fractious nation, some 80 members of Iraq's Yazidi minority were "massacred" by Islamic State insurgents, a Yazidi lawmaker and two Kurdish officials said on Friday. Abadi faces the daunting task of pacifying Iraq and particularly the vast desert province of Anbar. It forms much of the border with Syria, where the Islamist fighters also control swathes of territory. Sunni alienation under outgoing Shi'ite premier

Nuri al-Maliki goaded some in Anbar to join an Islamic State revolt that is now drawing the United States and European allies back into varying degrees of military involvement in Iraq to contain what they see as a militant threat that goes well beyond its borders. The United Nations Security Council blacklisted the Islamic State spokesman and five other militants on Friday and threatened sanctions against those backing the insurgents, giving U.N. experts 90 days to report on who those people are. Iraq has been plunged into its worst violence since the peak of a sectarian civil war in 2006-2007, with Sunni fighters led by the Islamic State overrunning large parts of the west and north, forcing hundreds of thousands to flee for their lives and threatening ethnic Kurds in their autonomous province. Winning over Sunnis will be vital to any efforts to contain the violence marked by daily kidnappings, execution-style killings and bombings. Taha Mohammed al-Hamdoon, spokesman for the tribal

and clerical leaders, told Reuters that Sunni representatives in Anbar and other provinces had drawn up a list of demands.

This would be delivered to Abadi, a member of the same Shi'ite Islamist party but with a less confrontational reputation than Maliki, who announced on Thursday he would stand down. Hamdoon called for the government and Shi'ite militia forces to suspend hostilities in Anbar to allow space for talks. "It is not possible for any negotiations to be held under barrel bombs and indiscriminate bombing," Hamdoon said in a telephone interview with Reuters. "Let the bombing stop and withdraw and curtail the (Shi'ite) militias until there is a solution for the wise men in these areas." HISTORIC RESPONSIBILITY Iraq's most influential Shi'ite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, said the handover of power offered a rare opportunity

to resolve the crisis. He told feuding politicians to live up to their "historic responsibility" by cooperating with Abadi as he tries to form a new government and overcome divisions among the Shi'ite, Sunni and Kurdish communities that deepened under Maliki. Sistani, a reclusive octogenarian whose authority few Iraqi politicians would dare openly challenge, also had pointed comments for the military, which offered no serious resistance when the Islamic State staged its lightning offensive in June. "We stress the necessity that the Iraqi flag is the banner they hoist over their troops and units, and avoid using any pictures or other symbols," Sistani said, in a call for the armed forces to set aside sectarian differences. Maliki ended eight years in power that began under U.S. occupation and endorsed Abadi in a televised late-night speech during which he stood next to his successor. The appointment of Abadi has drawn widespread support within Iraq but also from the United States and regional Shi'ite power Iran - two countries that have been at odds for decades. "The regional and international welcome is a rare positive opportunity ... to solve all (Iraq's) problems, especially political and security ones," Sistani said in comments that were relayed by his spokesman after weekly Friday prayers in the Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala, south of Baghdad. ARMS FOR THE KURDS After its capture of the northern metropolis of Mosul in June, a swift push by the Islamic State to the borders of Iraqi Kurdistan alarmed Baghdad and last week drew the first U.S. air strikes on Iraq since the withdrawal of American troops in 2011. In Brussels, European Union foreign ministers decided that individual member states were free to send weapons to the Kurds, provided they had the consent of Iraqi national authorities. Meeting in emergency session, the EU said it would also look at how to prevent the Islamic State, which has overrun some oilfields in Syria and Iraq, benefiting from oil sales. Several European governments, including France, Britain, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands, have said they will send arms to the Kurds or are considering doing so. Sweden and Austria were among those that will not, but the 28-nation bloc avoided a repetition of last year's internal dispute over arming the Syrian rebels. Canada is sending two military transport planes to deliver weapons to the Kurds. "Canada will not stand idly by while the Islamic State continues its murder of innocent civilians and religious minorities," Prime Minister Stephen Harper said. In Geneva, the United Nations said around 80,000 people had fled to the relative safety of Dohuk province on the Turkish and Syrian borders, part of the 1.2 million Iraqis who have been displaced inside the country this year. Dan McNorton of the UNHCR refugee agency said their plight was severe. "People are exhausted, people are very thirsty, these are searing temperatures," he told a news briefing. Several thousand remained on the barren tops of the Mount Sinjar range, where members of the Yazidi religious minority fled the militants, who consider them "devil worshippers". On Thursday, U.S. President Barack Obama said the Islamists' siege of Mount Sinjar had been broken and he did not expect the United States to stage an evacuation or continue air drops. However, McNorton said help was still needed. "That situation remains very dramatic for those people, regardless of how many people are on the mountain. It is of critical importance to ensure that they get the assistance and support that they need from the international community," he said. The killings of Yazidis on Friday took place in a village in the north, three officials said. "They arrived in vehicles and they started their killing this afternoon," senior Kurdish official Hoshiyar Zebari told Reuters. "We believe it's because of their creed: convert or be killed." Yazidi parliamentarian Mahama Khalil said he had spoken with villagers who said the killings took place during a one-hour period. A resident of a nearby village said an Islamic State fighter from the same area gave him details of the bloodshed. "He told me that the Islamic State had spent five days trying to persuade villagers to convert to Islam and that a long lecture was delivered about the subject today," said the villager. "He then said the men were gathered and shot dead. The women and girls were probably taken to Tal Afar because that is where the foreign fighters are." U.S. Central Command said U.S. drone aircraft had struck two Islamic State vehicles near a village where Peshmerga forces reported that militants were attacking civilians. It was not immediately clear whether the United States was responding to the same incident cited by Kurdish officials. The Islamic State has also seized large parts of Syria as it tries to build a caliphate across borders drawn by European imperialists a century ago. The leader of the Shi'ite Lebanese group Hezbollah said the Sunni militants could widen their threat to include Jordan and Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other Gulf states, as well as the region's varied communities. (Additional reporting by Sarah Young in London, Tom Perry in Beirut, Adrian Croft in Brussels, Stephanie Nebehay in Geneva and Michelle Nichols at the United Nations; Writing by David Stamp; Editing by Alastair Macdonald, Philippa Fletcher, Toni Reinhold) ((michael.georgy@thomsonreuters.com)(M)(+2010 271 00098)(O)(+20225783290)(Reuters Messaging:

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Speech of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the Iraqi people: the positions of trust nor the position of the finest and supervised him
Fri Aug 15 2014 02:28 | (Voice of Iraq) - August 14, 2014

In the name of God the Merciful
(The rope of Allah and Atfrkoa and remember God's grace upon you because you are the enemies of a thousand hearts Vosubhtm grace between brothers)
Believe God Almighty

Dear Iraqi people Karim
I'll stay on the covenant with God and with you in the defense of Iraq's Aziz, will not plead too your trust when you came out men and women Chiba and youthful, and sacrificed and Thdeetm even martyrdom and Antbtamona fingers dishonest Amadmkhh ink Abannvgesa and blood purification until we have achieved the highest figures and we have obtained the most votes as a bloc and as a candidate among the contenders, in a historic day proven will remain illuminated sign and irrefutable fact in the history of the democratic process in Iraq.
To please remain Municipality in my neck, and Sahfez honesty I will not leave my duty, and will not bend over in front of surgeries incurred and Sathmlha even if did not stay in my body a place for wounded from near or far, is not it ment to me on one, but it is my responsibility and my duty legitimate to defend this country The people and their sanctities.


Sisters and Brothers
When Ckellna to the government in 2006, the fighting was going on in the middle of the streets of the capital, Baghdad was besieged and public roads and institutions and Doaúrath and universities all empty nor Activity vital economic and commercial or cultural dispels the desolation of the day and night, and we received the government under the occupation of the measured and the presence of more than one hundred and fifty thousand foreign troops on territory, and saw a conceptual security, which was a serious deterioration in their hands.

In light of terrorist attack is fierce and the Organization of the political process infiltrated some of the political forces that are linked foreign agendas and moving from a background of sectarian and racist, we have succeeded in achieving the great achievements in the fields of reconstruction and services and the launch of two initiatives agricultural, educational, and the National Initiative for housing, which contributed significantly to achieving a quantum leap in this vital areas, along with the launch of oil licensing rounds and invest the gas fields for the first time in the history of Iraq and move forward to increase the production and export of oil and the entry of foreign capital and investors and to achieve a significant increase in raising the level of salaries of state employees and improve the standard of living for the whole of the Iraqi people, which will remain etched in his memory landing rule comeuppance tyrant and his aides criminals against the people of Iraq and all its components.

Iraq, which was isolated from the world on Tkleva the formation of a national unity government in 2006, regained his role on the regional and international levels, as returned embassies and missions of the world to Baghdad, which has been abandoned for nearly two decades, did not lag behind the return trip to Baghdad, but some countries I knew that the historical hostility to Iraq and its people.

Iaabina Iraqi people Karim
Iraq has faced a new wave of terrorism in early two thousand and twelve while the Arab region live beginnings of sectarian war, a war that participated in the intelligence services raised by international and regional cooperation with some local political forces that they provide political cover for terrorist organizations.
 
Coincided beginning of a new phase of terrorism in Iraq, with the outbreak of the crisis in Syria at the beginning of the year two thousand and eleven, were benediction terrorist organizations in Syria of supporting multi-directional and the shapes of some of the major powers and regional states-minded sectarianism, and did not target the foundation of the Syrian crisis is to overthrow the regime in Syria only, but to be the gateway to the changes and draw a new political map in the region, including Iraq.

Came the setback that occurred after security control Daash terrorist organization on the city of Mosul and its threat to other provinces, the culmination of a project that began in Syria through Iraq and a number of countries in the region to reach its ends to the countries that supported and stood to the side of the terrorist organizations.
And we were able with God's help and discourage the security forces and the mujahideen volunteers and those who care about the sons of the tribes to absorb and contain the terrorist attack and move quickly from defense to attack stage and regain the initiative and the liberalization of the provinces and cities and the opening of roads between major cities and provinces.

Iaabina Aziz, the Iraqi people:
I realize full well that the target is not Maliki particular, but Iraq as a whole, has made all my best and my time and used every means available to thwart the scheme, which differed limbs goals and the means and mechanisms, with the necessities of realizing conscious of the seriousness of the planned targeting Iraq's unity, sovereignty and independence.

Did I doubt for one moment in the right coalition of state law and its candidate constitutionally in the formation of the new government, and it was a chore Ali is my responsibility legitimacy, national and moral correction and treatment of any defect causes negative repercussions dangerous to the sanctity of the Constitution and the political process and the democratic experiment boys in the country.

And out of respect for the trust granted by the people and fulfill the aspirations in strengthening state institutions and to devote gubernatorial Constitution, has practiced all the means and mechanisms of constitutional and peaceful restitution for Iraq to be a model in the region, which suffers from regimes entered a phase of aging and loss of freedoms and the lack of democracy and the spread of sectarian politics odious .

I've ruled out from the outset the option of using force to non-theistic absolute this Alkhiaralve There is no doubt that he will return Iraq to the eras of dictatorship, oppression and tyranny, but in the face of terrorism and terrorists, and that he would present the Iraqi people inspissated wounds to more crises and pains and trouble, and will not allow the use of force in dealing with crises, and I call on politicians and the people's commitment to constitutional and legal mechanisms to express their opinions and to address emergency crises.

The front of the attack unfairly suffered personally, committed legal mechanisms in the battle to defend the Constitution even accused of clinging to power, even though he was a defense of the homeland and the sanctity of the Constitution and the electoral votes, and the defense of the right does not mean in any way adherent to power, and did not resort only to the Federal Court, and has pledged to accept the decision.

Today I say to the Iraqi people Quran (for Asalmn Maslm Iraq and its people, I will not be the cause of shedding one drop of blood and that was where Gore Ali) as uttered immortal faithful to Ibn Abi Talib (AS) (for Osalmn Maslmt things Muslims that was not where Jurala Ali).
And I say unto you, decent people do not want any position and the positions of trust me it is not the position of the finest nor supervised him.

He announced before you today and to facilitate the functioning of the political process and the formation of the new government and to withdraw my candidacy in favor of the brother of Dr. Haider Abadi all warranted on that in order to preserve the higher interests of the country and I will remain a soldier fighter, an advocate for Iraq and its people and supportive to those who stand up with responsibility and honesty in all national and honor packs and courage in the truth and defeat falsehood and Defense the oppressed and to stand against terrorism and sectarianism and division of Iraq, and to preserve its unity, independence and sovereignty.

Tribute and homage to the efforts of the sons of the armed forces and security agencies, volunteers and clans to Mapzloh of extraordinary effort and Osém stability and sustain the momentum of confrontation and do not waste duty and away from political differences in order to preserve our armed forces, and to be ho-hum first and last face of terrorism and keeping national sovereignty, independence and stability.
Salute and reverence to the martyrs of Iraq who stood generally dictatorial regime and faced terrorism and those who care for all the people of Iraq and our armed forces heroine.

Peace be upon you and God's mercy and blessings.
Nuri Kamal al-Maliki
Prime Minister
08/14/2014



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Iraq's Maliki finally steps aside, paving way for new gov't


WRAPUP 5-Iraq's Maliki finally steps aside, paving way for new gov't Photo Credit:REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani

* Maliki accepts defeat, backs Abadi (Adds quotes from Kerry, U.S. official, paragraphs 11-14) By Raheem Salman and Michael Georgy BAGHDAD, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Nuri al-Maliki finally bowed to pressure within Iraq and beyond on Thursday and stepped down as prime minister, paving the way for a new coalition that world and regional powers hope can quash a Sunni Islamist insurgency that threatens Baghdad. Maliki ended eight years of often divisive, sectarian rule and endorsed fellow Shi'ite Haider al-Abadi in a televised speech during which he stood next to his successor and spoke of the grave threat from Sunni Islamic State militants who have taken over large areas of northern Iraq. "I announce before you today, to ease the movement of the political process and the formation of the new government, the withdrawal of my candidacy in favour of brother Dr. Haider al-Abadi," Maliki said. Maliki's decision was likely to please Iraq's Sunni minority, which dominated Iraq under Saddam Hussein's iron rule but was sidelined by Maliki, a relative unknown when he came to power in 2006 with U.S. backing. Maliki had resisted months of pressure to step down from Sunnis, Kurds, some fellow Shi'ites, Shi'ite regional power Iran and the United States. He had insisted on his right to form a new government based on the results of a parliamentary election in late April. His stubborn insistence stirred concerns of a violent power struggle in Baghdad. But in recent days, as his support was obviously crumbling, he told his military commanders to stay out of politics. "From the beginning I ruled out the option of using force, because I do not believe in this choice, which would without a doubt return Iraq to the ages of dictatorship, oppression and tyranny, except to confront terrorism and terrorists and those violating the will and interests of the people," Maliki said. On Wednesday, his own Dawa political party publicly threw its support behind Abadi and asked lawmakers to work with him to form a new government. And Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, offered his personal endorsement to Abadi, distancing himself from Maliki. U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice commended Maliki for his decision to support Abadi, and she noted a wide range of leaders from across the Iraqi political spectrum had committed to help Abadi form a broad, inclusive government. "These are encouraging developments that we hope can set Iraq on a new path and unite its people against the threat presented by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant," Rice said in a statement. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry described Maliki's decision as "important and honorable" and said "the United States stands ready to partner with a new and inclusive government to counter this threat" from the Islamic State. A U.S. official said that once administration officials concluded Maliki had to go, Washington pushed Iraqi politicians to take steps such as ratifying the election results and designating a prime minister but added it had not advocated specific candidates. "It was all teeth-grinding activity," said the official on condition of anonymity. "While we were pushing the process, they were determining who was going to be in the driver's seat. "In the end, it was the weight of the system and the weight of the history that came down, and Maliki just lost all of his support," he added. The official also said a clear shift last week against Maliki by Iraq's most influential cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, "was a big, big part of everybody accepting that there was no way forward with Maliki." Abadi is seen as a moderate Shi'ite with a decent chance of improving ties with Sunnis. But he is faced with halting the advance of the Islamic State, which has overrun large areas of Iraq. ANBAR AGREEMENT? Before Maliki's announcement, a leading figure in the Sunni minority told Reuters he had been promised U.S. help to fight the Islamic State militants. Ahmed Khalaf al-Dulaimi, the governor of the Sunni heartland province of Anbar, told Reuters his

request for help, made in meetings with U.S. diplomats and a senior military officer, included air support against the militants who have a tight grip on large parts of his desert province and northwestern Iraq. Such a move could revive cooperation between Sunni tribes, the Shi'ite-led authorities and U.S. forces that was credited with thwarting al Qaeda in Iraq several years ago. But the U.S. State Department played down Dulaimi's statement. "We've continued meeting with a range of officials to talk through what the needs might be - the security needs - to fight ISIL across the board," State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters in Washington. Asked if Dulaimi was correct that the United States had made a commitment, Harf said she had no details. "We're having conversations about what it (any security assistance) might look like in the future, but nothing concrete beyond that," she said. Dulaimi said in a telephone interview: "Our first goal is the air support. Their technology capability will offer a lot of intelligence information and monitoring of the desert and many things which we are in need of. "No date was decided but it will be very soon and there will be a presence for the Americans in the western area." U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday that U.S. troops planning an evacuation of refugees further north were standing down as U.S. air strikes and supply drops had broken the "siege of Mount Sinjar," where thousands of members of the Yazidi religious minority had taken refuge from the militants. Obama said some of the U.S. personnel sent to draw up plans for the evacuation of the Yazidis would soon leave Iraq. Disowned by al Qaeda as too radical after it took control of large parts of Syria, Islamic State capitalised on its Syrian territorial gains and sectarian tensions in Iraq to gain control of Falluja and Anbar's capital Ramadi early this year. Unlike Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda, which set its sights on destroying the West, the Islamic State has territorial goals, aims to set up a caliphate and rages against the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916 between Britain and France that split the Ottoman empire and carved borders across the Arab lands. Seizing the capital, Baghdad, would be difficult because of the presence of special forces and thousands of Shi'ite militias who have slowed down the Islamic State elsewhere. But a foothold just near the capital could make it easier for the IS to carry out suicide bombings, deepen sectarian tensions and destabilise Iraq. On Thursday, Islamic State militants massed near the town of Qara Tappa, 120 km (75 miles) north of Baghdad, security sources and a local official said, in an apparent bid to broaden their front with Kurdish peshmerga fighters. The movement around Qara Tappa suggests they are becoming more confident and seeking to grab more territory closer to the capital after stalling in that region. "The Islamic State is massing its militants near Qara Tappa," said one of the security sources. "It seems they are going to broaden their front with the Kurdish fighters." (Writing by Michael Georgy; Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed in Washington; Editing by Peter Millership, Jim Loney and Ken Wills) ((michael.georgy@thomsonreuters.com)(M)(+2010-271-00098)(O)(+20 -225-783-290)(Reuters Messaging: michael.georgy.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)) Keywords: IRAQ SECURITY/

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Infallible hold a meeting with al-Jubouri and Jaafari to discuss the prime ministerial candidate


Sun Aug 10 2014 19:46 | (Voice of Iraq) - Alsumaria News / Baghdad

Hold President Fuad Masum, Sunday, meeting with House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and Chairman of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari to discuss the prime ministerial candidate.

A source in the office of al-Jaafari speech for "Alsumaria News", "The President of the Republic Fuad Masum contract, this afternoon, meeting with House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in the latter's house."

The source, who asked not to be named, said: "The meeting comes to discuss and debate the prime ministerial candidate within the constitutional period."

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki met earlier on Sunday (10 August 2014), the President of the Parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, while the two sides stressed the need to adhere to the constitutional contexts and assign the candidate of the largest bloc to form a government.

He threatened a coalition of state law, earlier in the day Sunday, by resorting to the Federal Court in the case of commissioning of the National Alliance to form a government, with renewed its commitment to the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki as a candidate of the largest parliamentary bloc.

It is noteworthy that the differences are still going on within the National Alliance for the selection of the prime minister for the next government at a time, which is still state law clings Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister, the other blocks within the coalition of the Liberal and the citizen refuses this nomination, as well as other blocks outside the coalition is still continuing in its refusal Cutter to take over as prime minister Nuri al-Maliki for the third session.

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al-Maliki's Radio Address
Mon Aug 11 2014 01:04 | (Voice of Iraq) - August 11, 2014
In the name of God the Merciful
That God is with who, who are worshiped and philanthropists
Believe God Almighty
Iaabina Iraqi people Karim
Peace, mercy and blessings of God

Faced with the political process challenges and crises serious over the past years, almost led to the collapse of the new political order and return the country to the eras of dictatorship, oppression and tyranny, we have been able with God's help and the support of the Iraqi people and political forces national sincere and adopt the principle of commitment to the Constitution in the elimination schemes suspicious does not want the best for Iraq and its people.
I had alerted in previous speeches to the seriousness of Altjaozaaly constitution voted by the Iraqi people in an epic historical election, as also warned of overtaking on the elections as the confiscation of explicit rights of citizens who participated in the parliamentary elections to elect their representatives in the legislative and executive branches.
On the basis of my responsibility to the national legitimacy and moral, and to my knowledge the field on the political and security situation, social and economic, has alerted the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and the Presidency of the Republic and the Federal Court to the seriousness of any transgression of the Constitution at this stage difficult and sensitive experienced by the country, and that the security situation will Tzadd ill, located events to Athmd Akbaha and inflict massive damage, including the supreme interests of the Iraqi people.
Iaabina Iraqi people Aziz
We face today a challenge outweigh the gravity of all the challenges and crises that we faced over the past years, the President has breached the Constitution clearly and explicitly, which is in charge of constitutional protection of the law and its implementation Alsohraly.
We have breached Mr. President of the Republic Constitution twice, first when extended date of announcement of assigning candidate largest parliamentary bloc, which ended on Thursday last day in the seventh month of August current, and the second, while deliberately President of the Republic Day, with premeditation, a violation of the Constitution not to assign the candidate of a coalition of law, a parliamentary bloc of the most number identified in the first session of the House of Representatives by the Federal Court decision.
Today I will make a formal complaint to the Federal Court against the president for committing a violation of the constitution explicitly accounts for the political and factional interests prevail at the expense of the higher interests of the Iraqi people.
I call Mr. Speaker to the need for the legislative branch's constitutional accountability Boajphadtha President of the Republic on the explicit violation of the constitution.

Iaabina Iraqi people Karim
I invite you in this extraordinary day to more caution and Awakening, what Iraq faces today is extremely dangerous and complicated, so that this act represents the end of a coup against the constitution and the political process in a country dominated by a democratic, federal, pluralistic system.
The deliberate breach of the Constitution by the President of the Republic will have serious repercussions on the unity, sovereignty and independence of Iraq and enter the political process in a dark tunnel, and the violation of the constitution simply means that no sanctity of the constitution does not bind in the country after today.
The responsibility of national and historical imperative for all the sons of the Iraqi people and its various components, and his political affiliations, active presence and strong and conscious to thwart the process of overtaking on the Constitution, which would lead to tearing of national unity and the elimination of the democratic experiment.
And I call on the sons of the armed forces and volunteers, tribal fighters and to those who care about stability in their positions and respond with full force and packages to organize Daash terrorist and his allies from Aldaashan politicians who declare war on all Iraqis without exception.

We and the means of tawakkul on God Almighty and the will of the loyal sons of the people and the armed forces are confident that we Sndhr terrorists and stop the work of squatters on the Constitution and all who stand behind them at home and abroad, and we are optimistic that we will prevail in the battle to defend Aldstoralta is the battle of all Iraqis without exception.

May God help you
Peace be upon you and God's mercy and blessings.

Nuri Kamal al-Maliki
Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq
10 - 8-2014
Information Office of the Prime Minister

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Criticized the former president of the Iraqi parliament, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, the non-arrival of the National Alliance and state law to an agreement on the selection of the candidate for prime minister.

Mon Aug 11 2014 14:09 | (Voice of Iraq) - Twilight News

He said al-Mashhadani, who heads the National Bloc in parliament stated in an interview for "Twilight News", "What good is the biggest bloc and stunted Iraq", in reference to the dispute exists between the state law and the National Alliance, "which he should receive candidate, commissioned by the President.

The day ended with yesterday's constitutional deadline mandated by President of the Republic for the candidate of the biggest bloc to form a government after the failure of the State of Law Coalition and the National Alliance to announce to nominate the candidate for prime minister, because of the parties as "the biggest bloc" is the owner of Merit commissioned candidate for prime minister.

The Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki has announced yesterday in a televised address that he will submit a formal complaint to the Federal Court on the "largest bloc", and attacked the president Fuad Masum, and accused him of being breached "the constitution twice" and called on al-Maliki also during his parliament to play its role on the issue of infallible about it.
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 Abadi not used the name of a coalition of state law in Ngredath and confirms the approach of the national selection of candidate

Mon Aug 11 2014 14:14 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - long-Presse / Baghdad

In a step away indicate the leader of the coalition of state law Haider al-Abadi, a tendency Coalition Alliance leader Nuri al-Maliki for a third term, said in his tweet that the National Alliance is approaching very agree on a candidate for prime minister.

Abadi and avoid Ngredath in reference to the name of a coalition of state law, and talked about the National Alliance, which reflects the nature of the ongoing consultations since the days of isolation from al-Maliki, and the conviction of the most important leaders in the rule of law, that the desired harmony with the vision of reference to cause a change in the leadership of the government.

Ebadi said in Ngredath on Twitter that "the time for the prime minister, extended into the third hour of noon on Monday, and the National Alliance on the verge of choosing a candidate acceptable", he underlined that "the security situation is stable in Baghdad so there are moves to cuts military Xiaodoh protect the capital because of near naming the prime ministerial candidate. "

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Hakim coalition: the word al-Maliki violation of the constitution and hold onto power, and be responsible attic
HAKIM IS BASICALLY TELLING THE PEOPLE, MALIKI IS TRYING TO CLING TO POWER BY BLAME GAMES AND THAT MALIKI IS DOING IT BECAUSE HE'S GUILTY OF THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM BY THE HAGUE AND WORLD COURT.

Mon Aug 11 2014 13:36 | (Voice of Iraq) - long-Presse / Baghdad

Counting MP for the coalition of citizen, Salim Shawki, on Monday, the word Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki in which he accused President Fuad Masum, violating the constitution, "political threat" and an attempt to cling to the "power", and called on al-Maliki to "show responsibility", expressed hope after the decline of the security situation in the country.

He Shawki said in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "the word al-Maliki on Sunday, where the type of threats and political pressure and cling to power," and expressed "hope that does not worsen the security situation after Maliki's speech, and it show responsibility and not to enter Iraq neck of the bottle."

Shawki added that "the pressure exercised by the Prime Minister and not to nominate someone irreplaceable represents a complex political scene."

In a move that will have repercussions unprecedented and indicate a sharp division within the Shiite House, called on Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, in the early hours of Monday morning, the House of Representatives to the accountability of the President Fuad Masum, and accused him of "violating the constitution and violation" on the subject of identify the biggest bloc and assign its candidate for prime minister, as revealed for providing "complaint" to the Federal Court against the President of the Republic.

The political landscape in Iraq, the impact of this discourse, is described by more clearly, where they stand Maliki alone almost, an opponent of most political parties and political actors, the center confirmed information about the abandonment of most of the leaders of his party for his candidacy, and their intention to put up an alternative candidate, in order to spare the country any clutter as possible. The center of a fierce confrontation with the forces of terrorism and Daash.

This comes at a time talking to sources close to the president Fuad Masum, the president remained throughout the week to consult on forming a government with the presidency of parliament and leaders of parliamentary blocs, and a request from the National Alliance to present its candidate within the constitutional deadline.

The sources said that the president refused to take any action lead to new divisions or the production of government do not always get the admissibility of national, was tune it with his constitutional duties and the opinion of the most important national parties and forces and Shiite Najaf-based Supreme, in addition to international calls that appeals to Iraqis to form an inclusive government acceptable to unite Iraqis against the risk of terrorism and organizing Daash.

It seemed clear that al-Maliki issued his speech under the influence of large political realities could not be changed, such as the President stuck infallible mechanisms of political consensus, and the support of most of the parties, including the components of Maliki's coalition, to invite reference to political change pushes reforms.

And seemed Badr and the citizen and the Liberals and confident from the first, on Saturday, that the National Alliance will present its candidate for the presidency during the next few hours, on Sunday afternoon, where end deadline given to them by the President.

Deputies said about these blocks that the candidate will not necessarily identical to Ray and specifications of the religious authority which confirmed that he must have an acceptability national by all parties, in the signal repeated to widespread opposition to the policies of Nuri al-Maliki, leader of a coalition of state law, which clings to his job threatened Panevrat contract Shiite bloc the largest in Parliament.

Lawmakers said the National Alliance, made ​​a presentation to the owners serving one stint sovereign sites versus withdraw his candidacy for the presidency of the government, while the Liberal bloc confirmed that al-Maliki looking for assurances not to pursue him legally, noting that the show examines the coalition "within the rule of law and await the response."

He criticized the representative of the religious authority in Karbala on Friday, continuing conflict and disagreements about the position of prime minister, returned clinging to the job a terrible mistake should be shunned by those who feel responsibility before the people, and called on the Iraqi political forces to work according to a unified vision.

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THIS ARTICLE SOUNDS LIKE JOHN KERRY ID SAYING TO MALIKI, GET THE F*** OUT, BECAUSE INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE IF YOU'RE IN OFFICE!
Kerry calls on Maliki not to "stir up unrest" in Iraq and asserts: anything that deviates from the Constitution would mean the loss of international support

Mon Aug 11 2014 13:30 | (Voice of Iraq) - long-Presse / Baghdad

Said U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, on Monday, said that the formation of an Iraqi government that is crucial to the achievement of stability and urged Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki not to inflame political tensions and unrest, as he put it.

Kerry said in a press statement in Sydney ahead of the annual ministerial consultations between the United States and Australia that "the process of forming a government task with regard to the achievement of stability and calm in Iraq and raises hope Hoala Mr. Maliki unrest.

He said Kerry "One thing all Iraqis need to know is that there will be little international support of any kind for anything that deviates from the process list and legitimate constitution is being worked on now."

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 Change: Maliki's statement proof of his commitment to the authority and the National Alliance to resolve the issue

Mon Aug 11 2014 11:25 | (Voice of Iraq) - Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Considered the mass change, on Monday, a statement Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki that caused the crisis in the political and security situation, and as explained that demonstrates the intransigence of al-Maliki and his commitment to the authority in order to survive cross-legged on the pyramid of power and marginalization of others, called the National Alliance and religious references resolve the issue of the prime ministerial candidate as soon as possible to maintain the integrity of Iraq.

The MP said the bloc Derbaz Mohammed in a press statement received "Alsumaria News", a copy of it, "the statement issued by Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki in which he accused the president of violating the constitution has caused a crisis in the political and security crisis basis," explaining that " the delay in the resolution of the National Alliance candidate, said that counting a constitutional violation, it is from the National Alliance, and not by the President of the Republic. "

Mohamed said in his statement that "everyone knows, the first of whom al-Maliki, the candidate of the largest bloc must be acceptable to the blocks that fall under the banner of the National Alliance," noting that "Article 76 (I) clearly indicate to assign the candidate of the most numerous of any that on the block label candidate and then charged by the President of the Republic. "

And the MP for the mass change that, "Maliki's statement if Del something in the flanks it demonstrates the intransigence of the owner and his commitment to power, not to serve the people and the march semi-democracy in the country who tasted the woes at the time of his reign, but to stay sitting cross-legged on the pyramid of power and marginalization of others, without exception."

He said Mohammed was quoted as saying that "the Kurds, Sunni and Shiite blocs is state law categorically reject the third term of the owners, but that some of the parties in the rule of law is the other did not declare their support for his survival in office, as well as the religious authority governance," and urged the National Alliance and religious authorities to "resolve this issue as soon as soon as possible, as a matter of preserving the integrity of Iraq, and in order not to state intervention in the spiral of violence that we know we do not know the first doomed. "

The American official was considered, earlier in the day Monday, the statements of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki worrying and defiant, and as pointed out that the United States will not support the threats and circumvented the Constitution, stressed that the development of the tank at the entrance to the Green Zone in central Baghdad is normal.

And Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Sunday evening (10 August 2014), he would complain to the Federal Court against the president for committing a "constitutional violation" not to entrust the biggest bloc, saying that the President violating the constitution twice, as the president of the House of Representatives to the need for power Boajphadtha legislative constitutional impeachment of President.

He says a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that he largest bloc in parliament, but the National Alliance, which comprises the coalition which says it is the largest bloc, and this contributed to the dispute in the late submission of a candidate for prime minister.

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 Kurdistan Alliance: infallible gave even the National Alliance (12) at noon to submit its candidate

Mon Aug 11 2014 11:19 | (Voice of Iraq) - Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Ahmed Sarhan, Monday, that the President of the Republic gave Fuad Masum, the National Alliance to time of 12 noon today to submit its candidate for prime minister, and denied reports that spoke about the existence of a move to the president to dissolve the parliament.

Ahmed said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, gave notice to the National Alliance until the 12th hour of noon, to submit its candidate for prime minister."

Ahmed said, "The news that talked about the President of the Republic will send a letter to the Speaker of Parliament to dissolve the House of Representatives is incorrect," noting "the absence of anything official on this subject."

She stressed the MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Amira Abdel-Karim, on Monday (11 August 2014), that the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, will cost a candidate to form the largest bloc in the coming hours, as it called the National Alliance to expedite the provision of its candidate for prime minister.

It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced, on Sunday evening (10 August 2014), he would complain to the Federal Court against the president for committing a "constitutional violation" not to entrust the largest bloc, saying that the President violating the constitution twice, as the president of the House of Representatives to the need legislative authority to do their constitutional duties in the impeachment of President.

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 America: The situation in Baghdad is tense and Maliki's comments disturbing and there are no tanks at the presidential compound

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 10:23
  
Twilight News / US official said Monday that the United States is the statements that reflect the challenge, and made ​​by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, disturbing but do not see what refers to the mobilization of Iraqi forces in a manner unusual despite the tense atmosphere in Baghdad.

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The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Reuters, and seen by "Twilight News", that he spoke with Iraqi President Fuad Masum and his aides, who denied reports that tanks surrounding the presidential compound.

Sources in the police in Iraq, said special forces loyal to the owners deployed in strategic locations in Baghdad on Sunday night, after a speech in the strict TV in which he noted that he would not succumb to pressure to abandoning his attempt to stay for a third term as prime minister.

The official said Maliki's comments disturbing, explaining that the United States will not support implicitly or explicitly represent threats that circumvents the Constitution.

He added that the situation in Baghdad is tense but calm, noting that the development of the tank at the entrance to Baghdad's Green Zone, which houses government buildings, is normal.                                                                         
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Washington renewed its support for the infallible and warns: We hope it does not raise Maliki disorders


    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 13:00
  
Twilight News / USA has renewed its support Monday for President Fuad Masum, who faces charges of Caretaker Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of violating the constitution.

alt Maliki also warned of stirring unrest in the country facing unprecedented security challenges since the withdrawal of the American army in late 2011.

It seems that the Federal Court decision released today has bothered when the United States ruled in favor of al-Maliki and his bloc considered that a coalition of state law, which is the largest bloc should the president be charged with forming a government.

The foreign minister said American John Kerry during his visit to Sydney, "We stand firmly alongside President infallible who bears responsibility for the application of the constitution in Iraq," adding, "We hope that raises Maliki disorders."

He pointed out that "the process of forming a government task with regard to the achievement of stability and calm in Iraq, and our hope is not to raise Mr. Maliki unrest."

"The one thing all Iraqis need to know is that there will be little international support of any kind for anything that deviates from the process list and legitimate constitution is being worked on now."

As Deputy State Department spokesman has confirmed Marie Harff support the United States of America   Iraqi President Fuad Masum, describing infallible "to ensuring the Constitution."

She said that the process of choosing a prime minister adopted on the basis of "national consensus" and in the process rejected any "manipulation by the Constitution or the judiciary," al-Maliki carried "ignite the security crisis."

She said Harff said in a statement today that "Washington confirms its support for the process of choosing a prime minister can represent the aspirations of the Iraqi people through the building of a national consensus and governance in a comprehensive manner and corroborated Iraqi President Fuad Masum, being the guarantor of the Constitution," rejecting "any attempt to achieve results under duress or manipulate the constitutional process or judicial ".

She added that "Washington blames al-Maliki being sparked security crisis in Iraq."

Maliki insists on taking office for a third term despite the rejection of Sunni and Kurdish parties and the main Shiite National Alliance.

Nor has al-Maliki as well as the support of the religious authority which indirectly invited him to step down and not seek to cling to power as the United States and Iran to find a less polarizing figure and the formation of a government acceptable to all parties to repel the Islamist militants who threaten the country's unity.

And ended with the constitutional deadline for the declaration of a candidate to form a government midnight last night.

These developments come to coincide with the escalation of tightening security taken by the Iraqi authorities, where the security forces today to prevent flow of vehicle traffic in the streets Sadoun and Abu Nawas important central Baghdad.

Wheels have been banned movement of all kinds in the streets while deployed special security forces are currently deployed around the Green Zone and inhibit the progress of all vehicles in the surrounding streets.

As evidenced by the capital's city center under tight security and widespread for the elite forces associated with the General Commander of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, according to eyewitnesses reported.                                           

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 THE PRESSURE IS BUILDING FOR THE DASSH TO GET THE HELL OUT..WE HAVE TURKEY, FRANCE, BRITAIN AND THE USA AND NOW ITALY IS JUMPING ON BOARD!

 Rome calls for the meeting of European and want to support the Kurdistan militarily

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 13:19
  
Twilight News / Italy called for a meeting of European foreign ministers to discuss Iraq and support the provision of military support to the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq announced Monday, according to Secretary of State Italian Federica Mogerena.

alt She told Italian public radio "studying with our European partners, the largest most effective ways" to stop the advance of militants Daash, "It is not a military intervention but support, as well as military support for the Kurdish government."

She said she wrote "yesterday (Sunday) to the High Representative (for Foreign Affairs in the EU) Catherine Ashton and asked them to formally convene the Council of European affairs" in session "that will focus on Iraq, Gaza and Libya, a three crises involving direct Europe."

Mogerena and is a candidate to succeed the Italian government, Catherine Ashton.

She said that "several countries began moving but does not need to be an initiative on the European level," saying it expects "a positive response" from Ashton.

They confirmed it was ready Mogerena Like her colleague in the defense Roberta Pinotti to display the position of the government of Iraq in front of the parliament "at any moment".

She expressed her conviction that the concerns about Iraq is a "common concern among all the Italian political forces."

According to the newspaper Corriere Delassera that Rome would like to provide the Kurdish Peshmerga forces in arms, according to a French press agency and seen by "Twilight News"?

Said Deputy Secretary of State of the Italian Abu Bastyli yield of mission in Arbil, in statements to the press, "They're the only ones who can defend Christians and maintenance of the role of Kurdistan as a buffer zone, but they are not frequent, almost fifty thousand, and armed only Pklashenkov on the front stretches about one thousand kilometers."

Said Bastyli that there are three movements are necessary in Iraq is "diplomatic action" in order to stimulate the formation of a unity government between Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds "and" humanitarian aid to help the huge influx of civilians fleeing "and" supply of military Peshmerga deprived of heavy weapons available to the Islamist militants ".

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 Federal Court issued a decision which is the "law" the biggest bloc

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 11:43
  
Twilight News / Federal Court issued a decision confirming that the coalition of state law, is the largest parliamentary bloc.

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The semi-official al-Iraqiya in the news to her, I followed "Twilight News", "The Federal Court on Monday issued a decision confirming that the State of Law coalition is the largest parliamentary bloc."

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had announced on Sunday evening that he would submit a complaint to the Federal Court against the President of the Republic of Iraq Fuad Masum, the latter due to lack of assigning him to form a government.

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United Nations to join in supporting America infallible leaders of Iraq and calls for restraint

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 12:16

Twilight News / appealed to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolai Miladinov Monday political leaders to respect the constitutional responsibilities of the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, in the performance of his constitutional duties, calling for restraint in this period, which he described as very critical.

alt Miladinov said in a statement reported for "Twilight News" that "the president of Iraq, Dr. Fuad Masum, performs his duties according to the constitution and the democratic political process."

He pointed out that he was confident that the President - and in keeping with his duty Aldsturi- will cost the largest bloc nominate a candidate for the post of prime minister can form an inclusive government and a broad-based acceptable to all components of the Iraqi society, explaining that the matter in decision-making required that block back to the members of Parliament.

The student Miladinov Iraqi leaders to "exercise restraint in this critical period" .. and demanded the security forces to refrain from actions that could be interpreted as interference in issues related to transport Democratic political power in Iraq.

Maliki was the face of last night's accusations led to the infallible head of a constitutional coup against him and said he Sakadhih in Federal Court for not asked to form a new government.

"We are today in front of a big challenge exceeds its danger all crises past where a breach of Iraqi President Dezor twice when they first extended the constitutional deadline mandated by the candidate of the biggest bloc to form a government from last Thursday to Monday .. and the second is his insistence on not assigning a coalition of state law as the biggest bloc to form the government. "

He pointed out that he will on Monday filed a complaint against the president for violating the constitution infallible coup and called for it .. and the presidency to parliament accountable for violating the Constitution, he said.

He asked the armed forces and volunteers and the sons of the tribes to stability and more cautious, stressing that this constitutional coup carried out by the President infallible will have serious repercussions on the unity and integrity of Iraq.

This comes to coincide with the escalation of tightening security taken by the Iraqi authorities, where the security forces today to prevent flow of vehicle traffic in the streets Sadoun and Abu Nawas important central Baghdad.

Wheels have been banned movement of all kinds in the streets while deployed special security forces are currently deployed around the Green Zone and inhibit the progress of all vehicles in the surrounding streets.

As evidenced by the capital's city center under tight security and widespread for the elite forces associated with the General Commander of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, according to eyewitnesses reported.

In a move that could hold more conditions of the Federal Court ruled in favor of al-Maliki and his bloc considered that a coalition of state law, which is the largest bloc should the president be charged with forming a government.

Maliki insists on taking office for a third term despite the rejection of Sunni and Kurdish parties and the main Shiite National Alliance.

Nor has al-Maliki as well as the support of the religious authority which indirectly invited him to step down and not seek to cling to power as the United States and Iran to find a less polarizing figure and the formation of a government acceptable to all parties to repel the Islamist militants who threaten the country's unity.

And ended with the constitutional deadline for the declaration of a candidate to form a government midnight last night.

Bert was McGurk, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in charge of the Iraqi file, located in Baghdad currently has wrote today on his account the location of Twitter "We announce full support for Iraqi President Fuad Masum, the protector of the Constitution and the candidate (for prime minister) can build a national consensus."                                                                                                                                                                
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President infallible cost Abadi officially form a government within a month

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 15:16
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   President infallible cost Abadi officially form a government within a month                                            .                                                                                                                                                      
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Fatlawi: Abadi does not represent the state of law and his candidacy has no value from the legal side

Mon Aug 11 2014 15:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad-where]

Said MP for the coalition of state law, Hanan al MP for the coalition is that Haider Abadi does not represent the state of law in the nomination for prime minister.

She Fatlawi told all of Iraq [where] that "Haider al-Abadi does not represent the state of law and did not one to be elected by the head of the state law, or a candidate for the state law."

She pointed out that "his candidacy has no legal value because the biggest bloc, according to the decision of the Federal Court is a state of law."
The National Reform Movement, led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced officially on Monday, the nomination of the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party and the current First Deputy Speaker of the House Haider Abadi for the post of prime minister in the new government.

A spokesman for the Reform Movement, Ahmed Gamal in a brief statement it had received [where] a copy of the "National Alliance nominated al-Abadi for prime minister, a majority of 127 votes of its members," noting that "the nomination of al-Abadi was for the National Alliance, and not for the coalition of state law."

It is said that the Federal Court, has denied today, news of a certain political bloc renamed as the largest parliamentary bloc number, which will cost the formation of the new government.

A spokesman for the federal authority, Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar's [where] that "the decision has been issued, which refer to the interpretation concerning the interpretation of Article 76 of the Constitution in 2010," adding that "the Federal Court sent a formal letter to the President of the Republic and showed him that the Court's interpretation of the year 2010 is the same now and be back to him in this regard, "adding that" the court did not specify the name of the largest bloc is "Ended 2.

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Alusi: Federal Court did not Tansa to the wishes of the government despite pressure

Mon Aug 11 2014 15:07 | (Voice of Iraq) - [Baghdad where]

The deputy of the Democratic Alliance for the civil, on Monday, that the Federal Court did not Tansa the wishes of the government despite the pressures and threats big.

And between Alusi told all of Iraq [where] that "the sources of information media, and specifically from the prime minister intended to create an atmosphere of incorrect information and thus provoke gadfly security in the country," adding that "the Federal Court exercised around the pressures of a major political as well as security."

Alusi and went on saying, "We know that the Federal Court did not Tansa to this desire and hope that withstand the pressures and threats from the big party al-Maliki, stressing that the court is still holding limit this moment."

The Federal Court denied on Monday, the news about a certain political bloc renamed as the largest parliamentary bloc number, which will cost the formation of the new government.

A spokesman for the federal authority, Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar told all of Iraq [where] that "the decision has been issued, which refer to the interpretation concerning the interpretation of Article 76 of the Constitution in 2010," adding that "the court has not issued any new resolution that," he said. " Federal Court sent a formal letter to the President of the Republic and showed him that the Court's interpretation of the year 2010 is the same now and be back to him in this regard, "adding that" the court did not identify by name are the largest bloc. "

The semi-official al-Iraqiya had announced in an urgent news bulletin that the Federal Court has today announced that a coalition of state law considered is the largest parliamentary bloc in the House of Representatives. "

The head of the Federal Court judge, Medhat al-Mahmoud, had announced to [where] earlier that "the largest parliamentary bloc, which formed the government in 2010 are the same will ministerial cab for 2014", adding that "the biggest bloc is composed under the dome of Parliament ".

And identified the constitutional article [76] Pfqrtha the first President of the Republic commissioned by the parliamentary candidate of majority to form a cabinet within fifteen days from the date of election of the President of the Republic, as shall the [Second] Prime Minister-designate to name members of his Cabinet within a maximum period of thirty days from the date of commissioning , as stipulated third paragraph, that the President of the Republic commissioned a new candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers within fifteen days if the prime minister-designate to form the cabinet during the period specified in item "Second" of this Article, the states fourth paragraph, that the Chairman of the Board Minister-designate display the names of members of his cabinet and its ministerial platform, the House of Representatives, and is won confidence upon approval of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program, a majority Almtalegh.anthy 2

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Statement issued by the coalition are united for reform

Mon Aug 11 2014 15:18 | (Voice of Iraq) - In the name of God the Merciful

We are fully aware that serious crises plaguing the nation requires leaders of the special model make the interests of Iraq and Iraqis, above all else, or account based on narrow interests belonging to the party, sect or region, alas, what we are witnessing today from attitudes and actions and cling to power indication conclusive disregard for non- absolutely justified interests of the country supreme.

The coalition united for reform in the time that sustains and supports the position of President of the Republic in its commitment to the interests of Iraq and the unity of the country and the principles of right and justice, he strongly condemns clung Mr. Prime Minister, the outgoing power in a way has become a heavy burden on Iraq and its people and its allies in the National Alliance, also, we call on Mr. al-Maliki to give up power in order to preserve the future of Iraq and its unity and victory for the value of cooperation and solidarity for the salvation of the country from crises storm.

The Federal Court decision which was taken to oppose some of the judges do not constitute the basis for the legitimacy of the ruling, a decision that everyone knows any great pressure behind it, and that moving troops and imposing an unprecedented military action coincides with a strong desire to retain Balsulthho coup against legitimacy and the constitution.

The coalition united calls for reform of the National Alliance as the biggest bloc to submit its candidate for prime minister on an urgent basis in order to settle this file without the dangerous developments or adventures.

It's an invitation to make the interest of Iraq topped the goal is not a goal, either search for details and gaps and Chbthat they do not mean only the coup on the essence of the constitution and the essence of national unity and partnership in the country.

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SO IN ESSENCE, THE FEDERAL COURT IS SAYING TO MALIKI, "DON'T LET THE DOOR HIT YOU IN THE ASS ON THE WAY OUT!"  (rofl)(rofl)(rofl)(rofl)

Aajl..althalv national delivers his candidacy officially infallible Haider Abadi prime minister
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 13:56

[Baghdad-where]

Source revealed that, of the National Alliance has formally handed over to the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, the decision of his candidacy leader in the Islamic Dawa Party and the current First Deputy Speaker of the House Haider Abadi for the post of prime minister in the new government.

The source told all of Iraq [where] that "the president of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari visited President Fuad Masum headquarters and handed over this nomination."

He pointed out that "Abadi got in on the nomination by 127 votes from the forces of the National Alliance ..itba

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Who is the prime minister-designate to form the next government, Haider Abadi?
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 15:21

[Baghdad-where]

The agency publishes all of Iraq [where] a biography of the prime minister-designate to form the next government, Haider al-Abadi.

Is Haider Jawad al-Abadi, an official of the political bureau of the Islamic Dawa Party, the official spokesman of the party, an official branch of the party in Britain, and Telecommunications Minister in the government of Iyad Allawi, the former congressman and currently serves as first deputy chairman of the Council of Representatives, and holds British citizenship.

Abadi finished his primary and middle in Baghdad - Karrada district of eastern, junior high school and junior high in central Baghdad.

He received a bachelor's degree from the University of Technology in Baghdad in 1975, and attributed to the work of a lecturer in the same college, Electrical Engineering Department.

Earned a master's and then a doctorate from Britain majoring in electrical engineering, and after receiving his doctorate in 1980, remained in London is no longer to Iraq.

Haider Abadi is mentioned in his election campaign that he belonged to the Islamic Dawa Party since 1967, at the age of fifteen years.

And in 1977 became the official party organizations in Britain, and in 1979 got the membership of the executive leadership of the party was also selected in 1980, responsible for the Middle East office of the party, which is based in Beirut, and participated in the activities of the opposition abroad.

Abadi and returned to Baghdad after the fall of the former regime, and was named as communications minister in the government of Iyad Allawi.

Commissioned by President Fuad Masum, the day Monday, the National Alliance candidate for prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi to form a government.

The National Reform Movement, led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced officially on Monday, the nomination of the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party and the current First Deputy Speaker of the House Haider Abadi for the post of prime minister in the government Aljdidh.anthy                                                                         

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Urgent ..mahkma Federal denies considering a coalition of state law is the biggest bloc
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 11:12

[Baghdad where]

Source denied in the Federal Court, on Monday, a coalition of state law considered the largest parliamentary bloc.

The source told all of Iraq [where] that "the Federal Court has not made any decision about considering a coalition of state law, is the largest parliamentary bloc," stressing that "the largest parliamentary bloc, which formed the government in 2010 are the same will ministerial cab for 2014."

The head of the Federal Court judge, Medhat al-Mahmoud, had announced to [where] earlier that "the largest parliamentary bloc, which formed the government in 2010 are the same will ministerial cab for 2014", adding that "the biggest bloc is composed under the dome of Parliament ".

The semi-official al-Iraqiya had announced in an urgent news bulletin that the Federal Court has announced today regarded as a coalition of state law, is the largest parliamentary bloc in the House of Representatives. "

And identified the constitutional article [76] Pfqrtha the first President of the Republic commissioned by the parliamentary candidate of majority to form a cabinet within fifteen days from the date of election of the President of the Republic, as shall the [Second] Prime Minister-designate to name members of his Cabinet within a maximum period of thirty days from the date of commissioning , as stipulated third paragraph, that the President of the Republic commissioned a new candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers within fifteen days if the prime minister-designate to form the cabinet during the period specified in item "Second" of this Article, the states fourth paragraph, that the Chairman of the Board Minister-designate display the names of members of his cabinet and its ministerial platform, the House of Representatives, and is won confidence upon approval of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program, a majority Almtalegh.anthy                                        

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Aajl..ttiar Jaafari: Abadi candidate for prime minister for the National Alliance and not the rule of law
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 14:16

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Announced the National Reform Movement led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari, officially, today Monday, on the nomination of the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party and the current First Deputy Speaker of the House Haider Abadi for the post of prime minister in the new government.

A spokesman for the Reform Movement, Ahmed Gamal him in a brief statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the "National Alliance Abadi nominated for prime minister by a majority of 127 votes of its members."

He said the "Abadi nomination was for the National Alliance for the coalition and not the rule of law."

A source in the National Alliance has stated for [where] that "the National Alliance nominated al-Abadi in a meeting today to the post of prime minister and president of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari visited President Fuad Masum headquarters and handed the nomination" Ended 2.

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National Alliance formally agreed to nominate Haider Abadi, a candidate for prime minister

    Monday, August 11 / August 2014 13:50
  
Twilight News / National Alliance bloc agreed on naming Haider Abadi, a candidate for the post of prime minister of Iraq.

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Abadi and in front of one month after the official commissioning of the president to do so.

A spokesman for the total mass of the citizen Abu tirelessly for "Twilight News", The Alliance formally agreed to provide Abadi candidate to head the next government.

The day ended with yesterday's constitutional deadline mandated by President of the Republic for the candidate of the biggest bloc to form a government after the failure of the State of Law Coalition and the National Alliance to announce to nominate the candidate for prime minister, because of the parties as "the biggest bloc" is the owner of Merit commissioned candidate for prime minister.

The Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki has announced yesterday in a televised address that he will submit a formal complaint to the Federal Court on the "largest bloc", and attacked the president Fuad Masum, and accused him of being breached "the constitution twice" and called on al-Maliki also during his parliament to play its role on the issue of infallible about it.

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IT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER. SOMEONE PLEASE SHOOT MALIKI AND PUT HIM OUT OF HIS MISERY! LOL!
                                                                                                           
Aajl..sr Maliki reveals Abadi leadership coup within the coalition of state law
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 15:40

[Baghdad-where]

MP for the coalition of state law, Hussein al-Maliki [smelting Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki] for a coup led by MP Haider al-Abadi within the coalition in his candidacy for prime minister.

The MP said al-Maliki told all of Iraq [where] that "Abadi says he is responsible for a block of 38 members, as well as Hussein al-Shahristani, 12, a member of a total of 50 members and we Batsalatna the members of state law, they told us they did not sign the nomination Abadi, or they gave a covenant with him to do so, it is where he came from Abadi these signatures? ".

Deputy accused al-Maliki, "Abadi he led a coup within the list of state law in this Alterchih..itba                                                                                                                        

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Urgent .. infallible for Ebadi: We hope to form a government in accordance with the constitutional period wide base
Monday, August 11 / August 2014 16:11

[Baghdad where]

Called on the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, the prime minister-designate to form the next government, Haider Abadi form a ministerial cab during the constitutional period wide base.

Masum said during the ceremony of handing Abadi Book asked to form the government, "we hope to form a government according to the constitution a broad base, and the Municipality of Iraq in the neck and the need to work hard to restore normalcy in the country."

For his part, Ebadi said, "I will be the expectations of the political blocs and the Iraqi people."

Commissioned by President Fuad Masum, the day Monday, the National Alliance candidate for prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi to form a government.

The National Reform Movement, led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced officially on Monday, the nomination of the leader of the Islamic Dawa Party to the current First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Haider Abadi for the post of prime minister in the government Aljdidh.anthy                                                                          

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August 11, 2014 -- Updated 1408 GMT (2208 HKT)
Source: CNN - STORY HIGHLIGHTS

    NEW: U.S., U.N. officials welcome new Prime Minister, President appoints Haider al-Abadi to replace defiant Nuri al-Maliki
   

Irbil, Iraq (CNN) -- Iraq's president appointed a new prime minister on Monday, further complicating the country's intense power struggle amid a dire humanitarian crisis and a militant threat strong enough to draw U.S. air power back to the fray.

President Fuad Masum appointed Haider al-Abadi as the country's prime minister, replacing a defiant Nuri al-Maliki with a member of his own party.

It wasn't clear whether al-Maliki would peacefully relinquish power or what impact the situation would have on the country, which is already torn by a threat from Islamist militants so brutal that they crucify people and brag about it online.

"I've never seen Iraq so bad -- ever," CNN national security analyst and former CIA operative Bob Baer said Monday, before the latest political developments.
Photos: Iraq under siege Photos: Iraq under siege

Here's where things stand after a few days of dizzying developments:

Tension in Baghdad

The new Prime Minister-designate, al-Abadi, is the deputy speaker of the Iraqi Parliament and a former aide to al-Maliki.

Masum appointed the prominent Shiite politician as prime minister on Monday despite al-Maliki's pronouncement earlier in the day that he intends to stay in office for a third term.

On Sunday, Iraqi forces and tanks surged into some Baghdad neighborhoods as a wave of troops swarmed Baghdad's green zone, the secure area where many government buildings and the U.S. Embassy are located, two Iraqi police officials said.

Exactly what led to the surge remains unclear. But some believe the beefed-up military presence was part of a power struggle between al-Maliki and Masum.

Al-Maliki has accused Masum of violating the country's constitution by extending the deadline for Iraq's biggest political coalitions to nominate a candidate for prime minister.

"You've got Nuri al-Maliki refusing to step down. Now he's mobilized not just security troops loyal to him, but now he's mobilized army units to put tanks in the streets," said retired Lt. Col. Rick Francona, a CNN military analyst.

"It looks like he's trying to lock down the city in some sort of confrontation with the President, so this does not portend well."

Al-Abadi's appointment was met with approval from U.N. and U.S. officials.

Nikolay Mladenov, the special representative of the United Nations secretary-general for Iraq, welcomed the decision and urged swift movement toward appointment of a new government.

"It is important now for all political groups in Parliament to cooperate in forming an inclusive government that reflects the wishes of the Iraqi people for security, prosperity and democracy," Mladenov said.

U.S. State Department official Brett McGurk tweeted Monday that the U.S. was also happy with the news.

"This is an important additional step in the government formation process as set forth in the Iraqi constitution," McGurk, the deputy assistant secretary of state for near-Eastern affairs, wrote on Twitter.

On Sunday, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf made it clear which side the United States is supporting.

"The United States fully supports President Fuad Masum in his role as guarantor of the Iraqi constitution," she said.

"We reaffirm our support for a process to select a prime minister who can represent the aspirations of the Iraqi people by building a national consensus and governing in an inclusive manner. We reject any effort to achieve outcomes through coercion or manipulation of the constitutional or judicial process."

Al-Maliki is a Shiite; Masum is a Kurd.

Baer said parts of Baghdad support ISIS, which refers to itself as the Islamic State.

"The fear is ISIS will take advantage of this and make a move on Baghdad."

Airstrikes against ISIS

An initial assessment shows that several days of U.S. airstrikes against ISIS targets have dispersed the group's fighters and forced them to travel more discreetly, a U.S. official who was not authorized to speak publicly told CNN on Monday. The airstrikes also appear to have at least temporarily stopped the militant advance on Irbil, the official said.

"They had been acting with impunity," the official said. "Now they realize they cannot travel up and down the roads in large groups."

U.S. aircraft struck ISIS targets again on Sunday, hitting five targets, including armed vehicles and a mortar position, U.S. Central Command said.

Iraqi officials said U.S. airstrikes Saturday killed 16 ISIS fighters, and an Iraqi airstrike in Sinjar killed an additional 45 ISIS fighters, Iraq state media reported.

Last week, U.S. President Barack Obama authorized targeted attacks to protect not only Iraqi minorities from ISIS's killing rampage but Americans stationed in the Kurdish regional capital of Irbil.

Humanitarian nightmare

In their effort to create a caliphate across parts of Iraq and Syria, ISIS fighters have slaughtered civilians as they take over cities in both countries.

In Iraq, one of the most dire humanitarian nightmares is unfolding on Mount Sinjar, where tens of thousands of Yazidis have been trapped.

Yazidis are part of one the world's oldest monotheistic religious minorities and have been targeted by ISIS. Their religion is considered a pre-Islamic sect that draws from Christianity, Judaism and the ancient monotheistic religion of Zoroastrianism.

Dozens of people, including 60 children, have died on the mountain, where the Yazidis are battling extreme temperatures, hunger and thirst. On Sunday, Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights spokesman Kamil Amin said it was possible that as many as 500 Yazidis had been killed. The ministry had also heard reports -- but had not confirmed -- that some had been buried alive.

Although the situation remains dire, U.S. officials believe they have stopped ISIS expeditions on the mountain, according to the U.S. official who spoke to CNN about the effect of airstrikes.

Who are the Yazidis? Why does ISIS want to kill them?

"It's difficult to be accurate about these numbers, but initially we have reported 500 Iraqi Yazidis have died from either ISIS direct killings or from starvation and dehydration," Amin said. "We have heard some reports from activists and local journalists that some families were buried alive."

CNN is unable to authenticate reports about the Yazidi death toll or the allegation that some were buried alive.

But some hope emerged Sunday when 20,000 Yazidi Iraqis who had been trapped on Mount Sinjar were rescued and taken to the Syrian-Iraqi border.

Amin said Kurdish forces were able to break the siege by ISIS and help thousands of stranded Yazidis board trucks, which drove them to the Syrian border town of Hasaka. They were then driven north along the Syrian-Iraqi border to Dohuk in northern Iraq's Kurdish region.

On Sunday night, the U.S. military made a fourth airdrop of food and water to Iraqis stranded on Mount Sinjar, according to U.S. Central Command. In total, U.S. military aircraft have delivered more than 74,000 meals and more than 15,000 gallons of fresh drinking water, Centcom said.
 Britain and France have said they will join the United States in the airdrops. A British C-130 cargo plane delivered aid to Iraq on Sunday, a Ministry of Defense spokesman said.

Iraqi security forces have been able to airlift about 100 to 150 people a day off Mount Sinjar, said Marzio Babille of UNICEF, the United Nations' children's agency. But time is running out for many who cannot reach airdropped supplies.
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YOU GOT TO LOVE THESE HEADLINES LMAO!!!
                                                                           

Maliki "orphaned" locked in his last fight in Iraq
MY RE-TITLING OF THE ARTICLE...   "MALIKI ORPHANED LOST HIS LAST FIGHT IN IRAQ!"

Mon Aug 11 2014 17:47 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment - Baghdad

It seems former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki isolated and is locked in his last fight to keep his job and salvage his political future in Iraq.

A member of the political bloc of the owners said Monday they will not remain silent about the president's decision to entrust Haider Abadi form a new government instead of al-Maliki.

Said Hussein al-Maliki smelting of former Prime Minister al-Abadi said the nomination is illegal and violates the Constitution. He added that they will resort to the Federal Court to challenge the nomination.

And rejected calls by al-Maliki calls for Sunnis, Kurds and Shiite, Iran and the international community to make way for less political polarization can unite Iraqis against the militant threat.

And showed footage broadcast on state television shaking hands with President Abadi and inform him that he wished him success in forming a government with a large base.

The United States congratulated Haider al-Abadi, said Brett Macgork diplomat in charge of the affairs of Iraq and Iran in the State Department on his account on Twitter, "Haider al-Abadi congratulate on his appointment and invite him to form a government and a program and a national dimension as soon as possible."

The commissioning Abadi, after his nomination by the National Alliance, rather than al-Maliki. According to the constitution the president of the republic candidate commissioned the largest political entity in the Parliament to take over as prime minister and form a government.

The nomination came after Abadi tension within the National Alliance provoked by asking his candidacy for a third term.

In his first public reaction, initiated by the families of a number of Sunni neighborhoods in the city of Baquba (60 km northeast of Baghdad) by firing shots in the air to express their happiness about the end of the mandate of the al-Maliki.

With the spread of Shiite militias and forces loyal to owners around Baghdad, the Prime Minister delivered a speech tone filled challenge late yesterday in which he said he Seshko President infallible in front of the Federal Court for violating the Constitution by ignoring the deadline mandated by the leader of the largest bloc party in parliament to form a new government.

And demanded that the UN mission in Iraq, the security forces of the country to stay away from interfering in the political transition process, which is going through the country, after commissioning Haider Abadi, the formation of the country's government instead of al-Maliki.

The statement said, quoting the head of mission in Iraq Nikolay Mladenov he "should stray Iraqi security forces for actions that could be seen as if it intervened in the matter relating to the democratic transition of political power."

Said Kamran Bokhari specialist in Middle East affairs firm Stratfor think tank "known al-Maliki that it is very difficult to get a third term and playing a game of high risk in an attempt to ensure the continuity of power and influence within the new government, regardless of who will become prime minister officially."

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Sadr discusses with infallible and al-Jubouri and Jaafari and al-Abadi benefits of political and government formation

Mon Aug 11 2014 17:35 | (Voice of Iraq) - Alsumaria News / Baghdad

Search Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, by telephone with both President Fuad Masum, the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the National Alliance candidate for the presidency of the Council of Ministers Haider Abadi political benefits and the formation of the next government.

He said Sadr's office in a statement seen by "Alsumaria News", "Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr held on Monday, several contacts with the President of the Republic, Mr. Fuad Masum, the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mr. Saleem al-Jubouri, the head of the National Alliance, Dr. Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the National Alliance candidate for the presidency of the Council of Ministers Mr. Haider Abadi. "

The statement added, "it was through contacts to discuss the general situation which is going through our beloved country and especially the political benefits and the formation of the new Iraqi government."

He was President Fuad Masum, commissioned earlier in the day Monday, leader of a coalition of state law Haider Abadi officially to form the government.

And Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Sunday evening (10 August 2014), he would complain to the Federal Court against the president for committing a "constitutional violation" not to entrust the biggest bloc, saying that the President violating the constitution twice, as the president of the House of Representatives to the need for power Legislative their constitutional duties in the impeachment of President.

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Congress: the political crisis will delay the formation of parliamentary committees Aldaimip

Tue Aug 12 2014 04:25 | (Voice of Iraq) - agreement to be chairmen of the block is the minister

BAGHDAD - Omar Abdel-Latif
Expect members of the House of Representatives to delay naming permanent committees of the parliament as a result of the political conditions existing in the country, stressing at the same time that the political blocs completed database that Algan.oukal member of the House of Representatives for a coalition of state law, Hisham al-Suhail said in an interview »Sabah», that there an imbalance in the formation of parliamentary committees before the House of Representatives, where a committee sevenfold to resolve the objective and budget committees permanent, and reached to the formation of the heads of temporary to those committees and relieving them after the formation of the government, attributing this to the Chairman of the Committee must be non-bloc minister, who oversees his ministry's Committee .
He added that «some council members supported this approach to forestry position, but there seems to be a circumvention of the formation of such committees, which may enter this thing spiral Toalh.mn part, linked to a member of the House of Representatives for the mass change of Kurdish Sroh Abdul Wahid naming those committees contingent on the political situation in the country . She said in an interview »morning», that the heads of Kurdish blocs have a meeting to discuss the themes of the budget and the formation of parliamentary committees, expressing Amnyatea resolving the political crisis in the country to back the House of Representatives to work and start naming committees Aldaúmah.ostbadt Abdul Wahid that there will be renamed to House committees unless the political crisis is resolved.
Among member Council of Representatives bloc «Badr» Abdul Razak Imams al-Haidari, said the political blocs began important steps in this matter through the completion of a database on these committees by those blocks.
He added in an interview »morning», that the recess of the House of Representatives will be an opportunity to install that base, expecting to see the next session the formation of such committees, noting that there are committees task will be formed temporarily such as security and Aldvaa.hma and MP for the coalition of citizen Hamid vegetative The naming committees Parliamentary up to 24 of the Commission within the parliament does not depend on the formation of ministerial cab.
He vegetative that Parliament will finish the formation of parliamentary committees in duration nearby anticipated, particularly since the House of Representatives are determined on the formation of such committees as soon as Memkn.oaodh that the formation of the committees had nothing to do with the formation of the federal government, unlike the heads of the committees who will have a clear relationship in the formation of the next government .
Morning

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Obama has spoken to al-Abadi: Iraq has taken an important step commissioned a new prime minister

Tue Aug 12 2014 02:33 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - Twilight News

President Barack Obama, said that Iraq has taken an important step commissioned a new prime minister, calling for the formation of a government that includes all the spectra.

Obama said in a statement read on Monday evening that he and Vice President Joe Biden contacted Iraqi Prime Minister-designate and urged him to form an Iraqi government as soon as possible University.

Obama stressed that no military solution to the crisis in Iraq, and it is necessary to form a government representing all spectrums of the Iraqi people, and said that Iraq has taken an important step toward this goal commissioned a new prime minister.

He said Obama that Iraq faced difficult days, and will face difficult days, and that the new Iraqi leadership has a difficult task, and the work actively, in order to gain the confidence of its people.

Obama called on Iraqis to "build on the completion of the day and the formation of a government that includes everyone," vowing that Washington is working with its international partners to help the Iraqi people.

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We demand that the Prime Minister is different from its predecessor the new Iraqi belonging to Iraq and not to his party affiliation and his doctrine


Mon Aug 11 2014 23:08 | (Voice of Iraq)

Women Lawyers = those who had the upper hand? Result of the coup, who wants to be a constant as well! Resolved to expel Mr. Maliki and commissioning professor Haider Abadi prime minister's new! Who did not recognize the prime minister of the outgoing him, although he and his party of Skorh! But the United Nations and the United States welcomed this and commissioning work will continue, but this? That he wanted the new prime minister success in his first thing to do is assign a committee rewriting the constitution and determine the time to work + approving the budget immediately, including the budget, especially the so-called minorities for the creation of the province of their own (Christians - the Yazidis - Shabak - Kurds) exclude Arabs today because they have betrayed honesty and brotherhood and co-existence by accepting Bdaash for the spoils of war also want the Islamic state! We hope that this differs from the new Iraqi prime minister from its predecessor belonging to Iraq and not to his party affiliation and his doctrine

Network of Human Rights in the Middle East

08/11/14
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Sunnis and the Kurds: The Committee will work with the seven-Abadi requirements to launch political reform

Mon Aug 11 2014 22:38 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - long-Presse / Baghdad

Welcomed the parliamentary blocs, representing Sunnis and Kurds, commissioned by Haider Abadi, the task of forming the next government, expressing its willingness to cooperate with him for the success of his mission, and talked about the committee sevenfold from the speaker of parliament and leaders of the blocks, to prepare the requirements for the distribution of responsibilities in the ministry the next, and what needs political reform and correct mistakes.

It considered that the nomination of the Sunni blocs Abadi represents "change" required, confirmed their participation in the new government is looking to make a correction and wide for the last stage and setbacks.

Vice-turn sign for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) that leads to the nomination of al-Abadi resolve tensions broke out between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region.

Commissioned by President Fuad Masum, Monday evening, officially the leader of the Dawa Party, Haider Abadi, the formation of the new government, while the commissioning ceremony took place in the presence of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, and a number of leaders of the coalition.

Commenting on this, says Ali Jassim Mutaiota, MP from the Union of National Forces said in a statement the "long", that "what we would call on him in the past time and focus it in our conversations with the National Alliance and other parties is the change in the prime ministerial candidate and this is what has been achieved by the President of the Republic when Haider Abadi commissioned to form a government. "

He Mutaiota that "we deal with the new National Alliance candidate will be based on the content of his program of government from which we seek to preserve the unity of Iraq to meet with the legitimate requirements of the demonstrators."

The MP for the Bloc are united under the umbrella of the National Union of Forces that "the Sunni blocs will participate with the new government and looks forward to making the process of correcting a wide stage for the past setbacks and support the demands of their audiences that must be achieved through the program the next government."

It stresses MP for the province of Nineveh, saying "in the absence of a government program that meets the demands of our fans we will re-look at the political process," calling the political blocs and the parliament and the new government to "cooperate in order to address all the problems and errors that occurred in the previous time."

The MP said that "Parliament has formed a committee headed by seven-House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, and membership includes heads of political blocs Stkhz it upon themselves to put the appropriate mechanism in the distribution of ministries blocs participating in the government." He said that "Parliament will wait for the National Alliance candidate for the formation of Abadi and his government to come to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and voted upon in a period of thirty days."

It was considered to block a coalition of Arab masses' support for any candidate backed by the National Alliance enjoys the admissibility of all the political blocs. "

MP says Ziauddin behind, in an interview for the "long", that "they emphasize it is to maintain the unity of Iraq and stay away from factionalism and sectarianism, exclusion and marginalization," adding that "any candidate will achieve what we seek boiled we will be with him and offer our support to him."

He called back the next government to "put the Platform for Action is known and clear to all parties to see what the government will do the new plans and programs."

In the same vein, called the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) block all the political blocs to "deal positively with the new National Alliance candidate Haidar al-Abadi in what form the next government of Iraq faces serious challenges and difficult."

The MP said the bloc Circo Mirza's "long" that "the list of the Dawa Party, internalized within the rule of law are granted Abadi confidence in the case of nomination for the post of prime minister," pointing out that "the National Alliance finally succeeded in resolving the candidate for prime minister."

And likely a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc "collaboration with Abadi political blocs to form a government as soon as possible," stressing that "the Kurdish groups and even the Sunni will support the candidate of the National Alliance, in accordance with the agreed political consensus."

And on the recent tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region, says Circo Mirza "will be able to address them after the formation of the new Federal Government, which will include all components of the Iraqi people," noting that "the situation in Iraq does not tolerate any more problems and Allazmat required of us in the period of next cooperation to build a unified Iraq free of problems. "

Mirza believes that "the next government derives its power from the harmony and understandings which will among all parties to the conflict in the previous time and the possibility of solving problems."

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 After the commissioning of the National Alliance candidate: Maliki did not give us another option .. any rebellion will fail


Mon Aug 11 2014 22:09 | (Voice of Iraq) - long-Presse / Baghdad

While Commissioned by President Fuad Masum, on Monday, the National Alliance candidate and leader of the Dawa Party, Haider Abadi, the formation of the new government, played down the members of the Coalition of the seriousness of threats, some close to the "al-Maliki" Balthhid popular or move some military forces associated with the prime minister.

The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, during a press conference at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic, commissioned by the leader of the Dawa Party, Haider al-Abadi, the formation of the new government, with the commissioning was attended by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the head of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, a number of the leaders of the coalition.

The National Alliance was able to join the main parties within the state of law "blocs of independents and the Dawa Party 50 seats," and announcing the largest parliamentary bloc B130 deputies, and chose a former member of the coalition, "al-Maliki," Haider al-Abadi as a candidate for prime minister.

In this regard, says the leader of the Bloc citizen Hassan applicable to the route taken by the National Alliance was "the last road" in front of the coalition after he clung to "al-Maliki" the job, and contrary to the opinion of the religious authority which Cder repeatedly that it refuses to cling to positions.

He continued in force for the "long" that the "parties of the National Alliance was able to collect larger seats and send a letter to the president of the republic as a parliamentary bloc."

He revealed sari, a MP from the Maysan, for more than one name frequency within the National Alliance in the last hours as a candidate for prime minister, where he requested some "parties" to nominate a member of the Dawa Party, "Tarek Najm," the head of the National Alliance, "Ibrahim al-Jaafari," but he says that "the views I went to the nomination of al-Abadi. "

The other hand, considered the applicable talk about the necessity of providing "the biggest bloc" a formal letter to the presidency in the first session as "heresy", pointing out that the Shiite parties were during previous sessions are "the biggest bloc" in parliament, and "did not give any time books to the Presidency of the Republic, the Parliament was only a number of those present at the first session. "

The National Alliance said in a nomination letter to the President of the Republic Abadi, yesterday, he announced himself as "the largest parliamentary bloc," in a press conference on 28 June last "before the first session," and officials in the presence of all the forces of the coalition. He also said that he was followed by the signing of all the parties to the conference of the National Alliance on a document confirming that the biggest bloc.

For his part, downplayed a member of the Liberal parliamentary bloc of the possibility that the prime minister uses the "former" Nuri al-Maliki street and some of his loyalists in the process of "coup" on the nomination of al-Abadi.

The MP said Tariq Kikhany "long" that "Maliki will not dare to move the street or any other military forces against the popular will and national consensus."

He Kikhany that "the National Alliance agreed on the nomination of the vast majority Abadi for prime minister."

The parties were close to the former prime minister said it "will fill the street demonstrators, if a candidate has been ignored state law." And threatened to resort to open-ended sit until re-Maliki's nomination again.

The security forces sealed off, yesterday, the roads leading to Firdos Square in central Baghdad, to secure protection for the second demonstration in support of the third term of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in less than 72 hours. And instructed the security forces deployed heavily in areas Sadoun, Karrada and Abu Nawas citizens to leave Mrkpatھm and walking long distances.

As picked up by the media and a book signed by the head of the government, "the former" Nuri al-Maliki - are not sure Sahth- directed to the Federal Court refuses to speak, "Abadi" as the "rule of law", and that he does not represent the mass.

And The United States of America, on Monday, support for Iraqi President Fuad Masum, after "criticism" of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to him, describing infallible "to ensuring the Constitution," and asserted that the process of choosing a prime minister adopted on the basis of "national consensus", and while rejected any process " manipulate the Constitution or the judiciary, "al-Maliki carried" ignite the security crisis. "

The former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called for, in the early hours of dawn on Monday, the House of Representatives to the accountability of the President Fuad Masum, and accused him of "violating the constitution and violation" on the topic of determining the largest bloc and assign its candidate for prime minister, as revealed for providing "a complaint "to the Federal Court against the President of the Republic, a move not mention echo locally and internationally.

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Alliance Iraqi forces: assigning Abadi opens hope for change and overcome past mistakes

Mon Aug 11 2014 20:55 | (Voice of Iraq)

There is no doubt that the decision of Mr. President of the Republic commissioned Dr Haider Abadi, the formation of the new government as a candidate of the National Alliance, which is the largest parliamentary bloc is an important turning point in the Iraqi political life, and opens the hope for change that looks to him Iraqis, whatever their views for an end to the era of bitter was still catastrophic consequences at various levels.
At the time that we move appreciation for the leadership of the National Alliance on their decision, which responded in which the national will and interests of partners, we would like to recall Bbdiah the effect that the original change is to change the curriculum and not the people, what the people of the role, but keep the change pinned on the transmission, the quality of the rules political action and the national monopoly to the Partnership and Cooperation Alastaadae to marginalization and to citizenship. For our part, we Sneptdo Our conversations with the brothers in the National Alliance, through negotiating team provider our vision detailed on the approach of the State Administration of Iraq for the next stage and leading the files dealt with by our audience and solutions process that we believe that it constitutes an essential in establishing national reconciliation and the rebuilding of civil peace and stability of community and citizenship rights for Iraqis all, without exception.

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