Iraq in a deadlock

"The US occupation has created an incurable situation in Iraq, by letting unqualified and sectarian politicians rise to power," he told Aljazeera.net.
"With the current amount of unqualified statesmen in Iraq, it is very difficult even for the US to rectify the situation and bring to the limelight some responsible officials."

"Even if we decided not to participate in the government, we will work in the parliament to ensure the best for the Iraqi people," al-Ani told Aljazeera.net.
"The constitution, which is a time-bomb threatening the integrity of Iraq, will be reviewed; we entered the election on that basis."

''Salih al-Mutlak, the head of the Iraqi Front for National Dialogue list, said on Tuesday that the electoral commission insisted on passing forged results. ''

"The final results were identical to those it announced three days after the elections kicked off, as if everything had been prepared to divide Iraq into Shia, Sunni, and Kurdish blocs," he said.
"Iraq nowadays is full of sectarian tension, and our information says the tension is increasing as the deliberations regarding the formation of the government is going on," he said.
"It is very important that the coming prime minister is acceptable to most Iraqi factions. This will bridge the gaps and re-establish trust among all parties."

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