Iraq objected to the Congress: the new U.S. ambassador to the biased-Maliki
Saturday, March 31, 2012
She decried the Iraqi List, in a letter to the U.S. Congress on the nomination of Brett Macgork for the post of U.S. ambassador in Baghdad, claiming it was a non-neutral and seeks to break up the list.
Sources told «life» that the leaders of the Iraqi List, and they send a message to Congress, asked him where not to Moaagafh the appointment Macgork being biased to the political parties and the work of the fragmentation of the Iraqi List, and contributed to the formation of the cluster white during the last period, it also has a history of bad while working with the Governor former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Paul Bremer.
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It showed that the list was convinced that tends to Macgork by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and supports all its policies and orientations and is therefore not fit for the job.
President Barack Obama announced two days ago, that he was nominated Brett Macgork, for the post of ambassador to the United States and will be presented to Congress for approval.
It would be Macgork, if approved by the Senate, the first resident ambassador in Baghdad since the withdrawal of the last U.S. troops in December (December) last year.
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