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WASHINGTON: The Iraq issue has been on the United Nations
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Monday, July 26th, 2010 05:01


WASHINGTON: The Iraq issue has been on the United Nations


Returned fundamental questions about the nature of the U.S. mission in Iraq to trade strongly in the services administration, Congress and clearly reflected in the media that have been wondering about the administration's ability to make further efforts with the Iraqi factions to push them towards forming a new government?



There have been calls in Washington to see President Obama should turn to the United Nations and are required to submit proposals to reach a compromise and calls on Iraqi leaders to a meeting to make decisions in it.



With the view of experts and commentators, U.S. administration of President Obama made sure that did not appear to prefer a party to an other, and urges at the same time quietly Maliki, Allawi and the Kurdish leaders to form a coalition government, but they're with the continued crisis, insist that "The U.S. administration has failed when no further of effort "in this regard.



Some points to emphasize the "shorten" the Obama administration to the contents of an appeal Iraqi official to attend the U.S. stronger resolve the crisis over forming the government, in his recent visit to Washington, has appealed to Iraqi Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, appealed to his U.S. counterpart, Hillary Clinton, to do more, said Zebari said that "the Americans have not done enough to stand against Iran, Turkey and other countries that play their cards inside Iraq."<--WHY is it up to the USA to fix this problem?? GOI has stated many times NO OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE FROM OTHER COUNTRIES!!!!



Is also in Washington, trading talk about the need to encourage Americans the Iraqis to consider a range of political reforms, including reducing the powers of the Prime Minister to make a deal to form a government more likely to give Iraqis balances and controls that they need a lot, and calls are mounting to interfere with President Obama personally to resolve the of forming a government, especially as the Vice President Joseph Biden failed to resolve the crisis during his visit to Baghdad where he met leaders of political blocs in the Chair.



Illustrates how these calls on Obama to intervene directly, arguing that the president himself and directly discuss the Iraqi leaders to reach a compromise, should be used to help the U.S. economic chips to pressure.



In the event the U.S. failure to find a solution to the crisis, the formation of the Iraqi government, there have been calls in Washington believe that President Obama has to turn to the United Nations and are required to submit proposals to reach a compromise and calls on Iraqi leaders to a meeting to make decisions in it.




U.S. also believes there is a misunderstanding of the role of Iraqi and Washington in the country, stressing that it should be on the United States to build bridges with the Iraqi people directly. But in order to do so the United States should go beyond the big obstacle: it is poor communication with the Iraqis and the failure of its mission to approach them. There is a big gap on How do you see the U.S. role in Iraq and how Iraqis view to this role. After more than 7 years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, most Iraqis still do not understand what the United States wants them. And the movement of the American media, he was widely interpreted as Iraqis carried out by the United States in the country that he wished to "the exploitation of Iraqi oil and control of the strategic location of Iraq to defend American interests."

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Mahmoud Othman: the Security Council may pass a resolution on Iraq crisis unless the government thaw
Author conscious - Cairo
Monday, July 26th, 2010 12:23

Mahmoud Othman: the Security Council may pass a resolution on Iraq crisis unless the government thaw

Called leader of the Alliance Mahmoud Othman, the political blocs to find a solution to the political crisis before the UN Security Council meeting on the fourth of next month to discuss the situation in Iraq.



Osman stressed the need to reach political solution to the exit of the tunnel of interactions and intersections and political differences, so do not enter the tunnel interventions and external influences.



Osman said that the Security Council may pass a resolution on Iraq unless there is an easing of the crisis during this period, especially that Iraq is still subject to Section VII.<---DUH!!! YOUR still a OCCUPIED country!!!! We can tell YOU what to do!!!


Osman revealed the presence of undeclared U.S. initiative for resolving the crisis with the assistance of the United Nations, this initiative is still unclear, as he put it.

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