Posted 18 August 2010 - 06:47 PM
Hill: Mr. Sistani is trying to help break the political deadlock
Stressed the need for Iraq to U.S. funding for a few years
بغداد- متابعة عادل حمود BAGHDAD - A follow-up to Adel Hammoud
"Former U.S. ambassador in Baghdad, Christopher Hill, said that Mr. Sistani may exert its influence in the circles of politicians to speed up the process of forming a new Iraqi government in conjunction with the withdrawal of U.S. troops.
Hill said in remarks carried by Bloomberg Television, "We know that the day following the case, I find that he has played the role it could play the best way possible to ensure a positive out positive returns."
He added that Mr. al-Sistani believed "that when forming the government will eventually find where Sunnis and Shiites and Kurds, are gathered in the government together."
Hill concluded by saying, it is clear that Sistani "has a great deal of wisdom about the political process because he knows well and knows which players are very good."
On the other hand was quoted by news agency News euros for Hill, U.S. confidence that Iraq is on track despite the recent bombings in Baghdad.
Hill expressed confidence that terrorist groups had been losing its grip in the country, saying "Al Qaeda in Iraq is able to maintain exchange building one or one part of any city in contrast than in the past.
I do not think there is a lot of support them, but on the contrary there is a rejection of their actions"
The Voice of America radio quoted Hill as saying he believed that the country is moving in the right direction despite the terrorist attacks and the faltering form a government after the elections.
Hill stressed that stability is increasingly present in Iraq and there is no return to the sectarian violence in Iraq, while the ends combat role for U.S. troops in Iraq.
He added, "We have the right strategy in Iraq, and obviously it's going the right direction.
You're probably happier today if there was a new government was formed and you might be happier if the Iraqis took debating again in the House of Representatives, but the day will come. "
And former U.S. ambassador acknowledged that the political debate after the election has taken a long time is born a lack of patience among the masses and raising concerns among Iraqis of foreign intervention in the ongoing process.
On a related issue, Hill said that Iraq will need financial support to the U.S. "for a few years" to be able to benefit from its vast oil wealth and be able to stand on his feet"
Hill said: "We are not talking here about the open-ended commitment to continue 30 years or more," he told reporters in Washington that most Iraqis want to use the political process to resolve their differences.
Hill played down the importance of the recent crisis after the suspension of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi of the negotiations with the list of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying "I wish to draw attention to the impossible things become possible as possible that things could become impossible.
The Iraqis often keep the rush.
The Iraqis often take things to the edge, so that they are not sure that there is room for maneuver and they expect Siagafzon into the abyss, but with that they reach a solution"
And Hill, said the close results in the elections represented a test of the political process and the Constitution, "but I just think that there is an understanding of the role of law and fact that we need to find solutions in the framework of the Constitution.
I think that Iraq is increasingly settling. "
He concluded by saying that "the security problem does not have great political importance even though it had the importance of scary for people affected by them."http://articlesofint...sistani-is.html