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Post by claud39 on Wed Dec 11, 2019 9:20 am

US report: Real reform in Iraq begins with America's exit






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A report of the American (Rizen) website stated on Wednesday that the large-scale Iraqi protests could be a new and urgent incentive to end the American military intervention in Iraq permanently, considering that the exit of America from Iraq could be beneficial for both the Iraqis and the Americans.

The report stated that after months of protests, complaints by protesters are widespread, including state corruption, inefficiency, unemployment, economic stagnation, and awareness of foreign influence on domestic politics, but the most important of these specific issues is the comprehensive criticism of protesters of the governance structure in Baghdad - a structure shaped by efforts Washington to build the state after the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. This discontent makes this political turmoil a new and urgent incentive to end the US military intervention in Iraq permanently.

He added that the US exit might be a sign of movement towards new reforms that the Iraqi people want, and this will also be a blessing for the American people, which leads to the closure of the misleading military intervention that has proven costly and leads to adverse results for American security.

He added that it is common in American policy to hear about the "end" of the Iraq war in the era of former President Obama, but it is a strange end to a war that leaves thousands of occupation forces in place. The Trump administration has begun this year with more than 5,000 members of the forces on the ground in Iraq, with additional numbers added after the reconfiguration of US forces in Syria.

And he continued that the demonstrations that took place this fall are further evidence of Iraq's resentment of Washington's prolonged interference. Consequently, the goal of the protesters is not just new elections but a major restructuring of the electoral system established in 2005 under American influence.

The report quoted a Middle East expert at the University of Singapore, Fanar Al-Haddad, as saying, “Public sentiments have reached a point where they cannot be subdued by partial or cosmetic changes and that if all the political class can offer is a re-arranged constellation of the same faces, there will be more Of popular anger and escalating potential protests.

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