Accordance Front spokesman Saleem Jubouri said the Front hopes that Maliki will consult extensively with other political powers before his planned Washington visit.
Jubouri added that the Front thinks it is necessary to "build mutual understanding and coordination among all political powers to formulate a national consensus that does not exclude any one"
Not only Sunni Arabs are anxious these days. Many of the other political powers are afraid that Maliki will take the liberty to present only his vision to use this visit to serve his own purposes.
On another note, I think Maliki will also use the visit thank the U.S. for the services and sacrifices of its military; something he overlooked in his June 30th speech, which primarily targeted a domestic audience.
It is also expected that Maliki will try hard to get guarantees form Washington that Iraq will not be abandoned. This is after all what the Iraqi government fears most as many serious challenges remain.