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A US report points to an Iraqi need from Iran and advises the new government

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A US report points to an Iraqi need from Iran and advises the new government

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:23 am

A US report points to an Iraqi need from Iran and advises the new government

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3 hours ago

The suspension of the political transition in Iraq pushed the United States and Iran towards more haggling that is unpredictable, which prevented any clear winner from appearing, which paralyzed the movement of the new parliament after only one day Of his contract for the first time yesterday.

The tension increased this week when the Iraqi parliament met for the first time on Sunday following a recount of voters in May amid accusations of fraud, demanding two blocs of a majority of seats in the parliament, leading to the escalation of political conflict and failure to elect a new president as stipulated In the Constitution.

In the face of the complex scene, the Washington Post saw the United States and Iran have the largest share of how to manage a decent exit from the crisis, even though Washington held on to the weaker hand.

The newspaper pointed out that Abadi formed an alliance with Moqtada al-Sadr, a fierce opponent of the United States, whose star emerged in 2004 as an important symbol in the ranks of resisting the US invasion of Iraq, although his opposition to US forces declined significantly, but his criticism of the US administration did not decrease.

In addition, Sadr opposed Tehran's influence in Iraq but at the same time maintained friendly relations with Iran's political and religious leaders.

The next government in Baghdad also has to balance the need for more US security support to prevent the emergence of new extremist groups and maintain trade ties with Iran, while the administration of US President Donald Trump seeks to isolate Iran internationally from the During the renewal of sanctions over its nuclear program.


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