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    Good News ! Maliki and his group ...Look to be leaving town....... !!

    State of Law: Tarek Najm traveled to London with the intensification of pressure on him by several parties

    - AUGUST 4, 2014

    BAGHDAD - Eastern August 4 said a senior leader in the state law that Tarek Najm director of the Office of the former prime minister and personal friend left for London with the intensification of pressure on him by several parties, refusing to be a substitute for Prime Minister Nuri Amalikyukhv source said Tarek Najm decided to leave the country, rejecting Mphatanh by any party that be a candidate Coalition of state law, a substitute for his colleague, "the current prime minister," the source added and Hosidik common of the two men that the star decided to leave after the members of the leaders of the Dawa Party, addressed the reference Najaf about the party's candidate for prime minister, where the response was clear to lead

    http://www.alsharqiya.com/?p=132756

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    In Baghdad, politicians are still trapped Prime Minister stubborn, expired, Nuri al-Maliki. Having exhausted all the tricks, he said, he agreed to go out and the price is not cheap, although it is assumed that he will pay the price or go out by Anonymous. 28 put a condition, requesting immunity for him and hundreds of his followers, not be held accountable for corruption and crimes committed by them in the eight years of his iron rule, with positions and compensation funds and Real Estate!!

    http://www.peyamner.com/Arabic/PNAnews.aspx?ID=343709#

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    Reuters is reporting that even Iran wants Maliki out, so he has NO real support.
    reuters.com/places/iraq



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    Do it the Middle Eastern way. Promise him what he wants then tell hem he misunderstood.
    "A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by
    association with smarter people." --Will Rogers

    "We're all ignorant, just on Different Subjects." --Will Rogers

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    Iran seeks alternative to Maliki to hold Iraq together: sources


    ANKARA/BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Regional power broker Iran believes Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is no longer able to hold his country together and is looking for an alternative leader to combat a Sunni Islamist insurgency, senior Iranian officials said on Tuesday.
    Political deadlock since an inconclusive general election in April has paralyzed efforts to fight back against Islamic State rebels who have captured swathes of northern and western Iraq and Syria and have threatened to march on Baghdad.
    One Iranian official, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity, said Tehran was working with Iraqi factions to seek a replacement for Maliki, but there were few viable alternatives.
    "We have reached the conclusion that Maliki cannot preserve the unity of Iraq anymore, but Ayatollah (Ali) Sistani still has hopes," said the Iranian official, referring to Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric.
    "Now, Ayatollah Sistani also backs our view on Maliki."
    "There are not many candidates who can and have the capability to preserve unity of Iraq. Our ambassador to Iraq has had some meetings in the past days with relevant groups and some of the candidates," the first Iranian official said. Political allies said Maliki, seen as an authoritarian figure whose sectarian agenda has destabilized Iraq, had no intention of stepping aside despite mounting pressure from Sunnis, Kurds, some fellow Shi'ites and now Iran.
    Maliki, a relative unknown when he came to office in 2006, has stayed on in a caretaker capacity since the April vote and said he would seek a third term, despite widespread opposition.
    An Iraqi minister, speaking on condition of anonymity because of sectarian tensions within the caretaker government, confirmed that there was a marked change in the position of Tehran, the biggest foreign influence in Iraq.
    The United States has urged Iraqi politicians to form a more inclusive government that can unify Iraqis and take on the Islamic State, the al-Qaeda spinoff that swept through the north in June, almost unopposed by Maliki's U.S.-trained army.
    The task gained more urgency over the weekend after the group captured three more towns and a fifth oilfield and reached a major dam after routing Kurdish fighters, who were seen as one of the few forces that could stand up to the militants.



    http://news.yahoo.com/maliki-fights-...134207096.html

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