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Abadi militia pulls rug from under the popular crowd-Maliki

Tuesday , February 24, 2015

In a move described by the Iraqi street to "gain the trust of militias popular crowd," which was founded by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki; the Iraqi government allocated today part of the federal state budget for 2015 to support the armed militias.  He ordered the prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, said in a statement issued by the Council of Ministers, Following a meeting of the Council, on Tuesday; launch ($ 60 million) to build the capacity of "popular crowd", and allocate a portion of the budget for this purpose, calling on the competent authorities to provide disclosures necessary to accelerate the process of exchange. The move is a coup against the political agreements and commitments Abadi Elimination of militias , according to the leader of the "Union of Forces," Mohammed al-Jubouri that "confusion seems clear to the government, which earlier this week said it will strike with an iron fist militias outside the law, but they are given large sums of money than of their ability to buy weapons and gear policies." He warned al-Jubouri, at the same time, "the rise of organized crime operations in the event of these bands found financially state funding, provides a legal cover to implement their plans, without the presence of a legal deterrent."   And the decision, al-Jubouri said, it "represents a clear attempt Abadi to win militias popular crowd and away from al-Maliki, the effects of which founded and still controls most of its leaders, "noting that" the recent talk of a coup attempt planned by the former prime minister has implemented militias, sparked panic among Abadi and those close to him. " The "Union of Iraqi forces" may called, earlier, "National Alliance" leaders to freeze the militias along the lines of decision power leader "rib," Moqtada al-Sadr; freeze the action "Saraya peace" and "Promised Day Brigade," and urged the government issued a ban on militias law and bear arms, however, the state and put an end to lawlessness and disregard for the lives of Iraqisnews_45375.jpg

 

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Al-Maliki's dominance ends and angered the Union forces with the popular crowd allocations

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Baghdad-Iraq AFP-25 February: counting the Iraqi Union of forces the Iraqi Government allocated $ 60 million to support the popular crowd "a political agreements."

He also noted that Abbadi through this resolution seeks to freeze the dominance of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the popular crowd in the last months of his reign.

And the order of the Prime Minister, Haidar Al-Abadi, a statement issued by the Cabinet following a meeting of the Council, on Tuesday, to launch ($ 60 million) to build the capacity of the "popular crowd", and a portion of the budget for this purpose, calling on the relevant authorities to provide disclosures necessary to speed up the process of Exchange.

He said the strong Union leader Mohammad al-Jabouri and, that "this step is a coup for political agreements and undertakings Abadi elimination of militias," he said, adding that "it seems clear the confusion of government policies which said days ago that it will strike with an iron hand the outlawed militias, but given large amounts increase its capacity to buy weapons and materiel."

Al-jubouri warned at the same time, "increasing organized crime operations if the Government financial funding, providing legal cover to implement its plans, without a legal deterrent".

The resolution, said Al-jubouri, was "a clear attempt to co-opt Al-popular crowd and militias from Al-Maliki's effects which he founded and still controls the majority of its leaders", stating that "recent conversations about the planned coup, the former Prime Minister had been carried out by militias, Abbadi's horror effects and those close to him."

The Union of Iraqi forces had called earlier, the leaders of the national coalition to freeze militia activity as the leader of the sadrist movement of Moqtada Sadr to freeze the work of Al-Quds Brigades and the promised day Brigade.

It also called on the Government to pass a law banning the militia and weapons in the hands of the State, and put an end to situations of insecurity and disregard for Iraqi lives. over (1)

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Militias are a problem.  Poorly trained, undisciplined, and a chain of command outside the military and civilian govt.  So what do you do when they already exist, and many were created by the former despot?

 

The rumors about Maliki aiding ISIL and creating the militias to combat ISIL are ringing true.  A despot who sees the writing on the wall forms a private army?  Strikes me as something he would do.

 

So, now Abadi needs to tie their continued funding for arms, etc., to the gov't to change their loyalties.  Doubtless better than trying to forcibly disband them.  After defeating ISIL the trick will be preventing them from becoming outlaw gangs (which they may already be).

 

Tricky situation.  I wish Abadi luck.

 

Peace and Prosperity

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without the militia's in the way, how much longer before they decide to get a rope for Maliki's neck? :banhammer: :butt-kicking:Or try and get that 50 billion dollars back to the people of Iraq? 

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Militias are a problem.  Poorly trained, undisciplined, and a chain of command outside the military and civilian govt.  So what do you do when they already exist, and many were created by the former despot?

 

The rumors about Maliki aiding ISIL and creating the militias to combat ISIL are ringing true.  A despot who sees the writing on the wall forms a private army?  Strikes me as something he would do.

 

So, now Abadi needs to tie their continued funding for arms, etc., to the gov't to change their loyalties.  Doubtless better than trying to forcibly disband them.  After defeating ISIL the trick will be preventing them from becoming outlaw gangs (which they may already be).

 

Tricky situation.  I wish Abadi luck.

 

Peace and Prosperity

that's what they said about the colonies ....and  England they didn't fair too well 

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