No Difference between New Government to be Formed in Iraq and the Current Government: Expert
Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend R.Hafizoglu / The new Government of Iraq, which will be formed through combining Party of Democratic Kurdistan, Islamic Party of Iraq and Union of Kurdistan Patriots, will not differ from the current government, said the Director of IraqPress News Agency, Abdulla Juburi.
Al Jazair TV channel reported that three leading parties of Iraq will combine and organize a new government, and the leader of Al Kaida, Usama Ben Laden, made an appeal boycotting the elections.
There is no difference between the new government which will be formed in Iraq and the current government, Juburi reported to Trend on 2 January from Germany.
According to him, the new government is contrary to the interests of the Iraqi people and as previous, will serve the strengthening of the US policy in the region.
The expert described the formation of the new government initiated by the USA as threat to the future Iraqi people.
"The new government will be the successor of the current government which is strangled by debts and economic crises, and the leaders of this government did not gain the trust of the Iraqi people," the expert said.
"With his appeal, Ben Laden wants to keep his actuality and transform the Iraqis into his gun. Al Kaida has not influence amongst the Iraqis and the Iraqi people will not transform into the gun of this terrorist organization," the expert said.
The expert highlighted the importance of achieving ceasefire regime and complete the war firstly, withdrawing the coalition troops from Iraq and forming a government pursuing policy in accordance with the national interests.