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US to increase pressure on Iraqis for a new govt

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US to increase pressure on Iraqis for a new govt

Post  Shilo on Sun Aug 15, 2010 10:45 am

US to increase pressure on Iraqis for a new govt

Sunday, August 15th 2010 1:49 PM

15 (AKnews) - A Kurdish lawmaker in the Iraqi parliament said on Sunday that the current visit to Iraq by the US assistant secretary of state for near eastern affairs is meant to increase pressure on Iraqi leaders to form a government before the withdrawal of US forces from the country.

Jeffrey Feltman arrived in Baghdad yesterday to hold talks with senior Iraqi leaders.
Jeffrey Feltman arrived in Baghdad yesterday to hold talks with senior Iraqi leaders.
Feltman's visit comes as Iraqi political groups have been mired in a crisis for five months.
Feltman's visit comes as Iraqi political groups have been mired in a crisis for five months.

Feltman landed in the Kurdish capital of Erbil today for talks with senior Kurdish leaders.
Feltman landed in the Kurdish capital of Erbil today for talks with senior Kurdish leaders.

“The US goal is to put together a government before the withdrawal (of its combat troops), so that there will not be a security vacuum in the country,” said Dara Mohammed, a member of the Kurdistan Blocs Coalition that represents the Kurds in Baghdad.
"The US goal is to put together a government before the withdrawal (of its combat troops), so that there will not be a security vacuum in the country," said Dara Mohammed, a member of the Kurdistan Blocs Coalition that represents the Kurds in Baghdad.

The US is expected to withdraw all its combat troops from Iraq by the end of August.
The US is expected to withdraw all its combat troops from Iraq by the end of August.
It will leave 50,000 non-combat forces behind to train and advise the Iraqi military until the end of 2011.
It will leave 50,000 non-combat forces behind to train and advise the Iraqi military until the end of 2011.

Meanwhile, Mohsen Saadoun, another Kurdish lawmaker, said Iraq's security has deteriorated considerably since March elections due to the failure of the country's blocs to form a new government.
Meanwhile, Mohsen Saadoun, another Kurdish lawmaker, said Iraq's security has deteriorated considerably since March elections due to the failure of the country's blocs to form a new government.

“The visit by the US delegation is part of Washington's efforts to set up a new government soon so that the security and political situation will not deteriorate further.
"The visit by the US delegation is part of Washington's efforts to set up a new government soon so that the security and political situation will not deteriorate further.



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