Vice Kurdistan: Erbil agreement is still ink on paper did not apply them only a few
Erbil (news).. Confirmed member of the Kurdistan Alliance MP / Kurdistan Alliance bloc / Schiller Aziz, that the Convention Erbil signed by Massoud Barzani and Maliki is still ink on paper has not carried out only a few of them.
Said Aziz (of the Agency news) on Saturday: The political situation of Iraq needs to hold the National Congress, to resolve disputes between the political blocs, stressing that the agreement of Erbil, which was signed by the President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and the National Alliance of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, have not been implemented, including but something a little and that of Kurdistan and the Iraqi List, demanding implementation.
The Kurdish MP: Everyone knows that to be resolved disputed issues are the political line of genuine partnership in the management of the state and not to succumb to one person or one block.
With the approaching date of the meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the National Conference, the Preparatory Committee, member of MP / National Alliance / Ammar taste, the absence of any official notification to convene a meeting of the Committee to finish its tasks and to schedule the conference.
The taste (the news): We have not so far the meeting time of the Preparatory Committee for the National Conference and perhaps in the coming days will be held the meeting, stressing that there is no clogged for a meeting of the Committee or the National Congress, and there is keen from the National Alliance and other political blocs to complete the work of the Committee.
The MP for the National: The Alliance is committed to implementing any provision agreed in the meetings, whether Baghdad or Erbil, according to the Convention on the Constitution and the law. / End / 24. D. Q /
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