Iraq: Talabani, Dawa Party, Maliki and his government

Iraq: Talabani, Dawa Party, Maliki and his government

Baghdad : Iraq | Jun 21, 2011 at 7:13 AM PDT
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The command of the (Shiite) Dawa Party is said to have rejected a proposal by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani to reshuffle the government of Iraqi PM Nouri Al-Maliki. The following 418-word report sheds light on the subject and tells in which context Talabani is proposing a government reshuffle in the country. It also tells how the Dawa Party assesses the situation of Al-Maliki and that of his government.

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