.
Supreme Council: conflict Baghdad and Erbil, Iraq dismantled

Tuesday, April 3 / April 2012 11:26


Twilight News / warned the Islamic Supreme Council, on Tuesday, the escalation of the conflict between the federal government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government, expressing fears that conflict could lead to "disintegration" of the Iraqi state.



The leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of an inch for the "Twilight News", "the federal government to break with crises on all sides, and only tend to escalate, especially with the Kurdistan Region."

"The federal government erred in aggravating the situation before the national meeting, and had to wait for the meeting of the crisis can be resolved with all parties to the crisis after the other."

He added that "Iraq is a multi-ethnic and ethnic groups and can not Ihamh one party or one person, and the bitter experiences that preceded the change after 2003 proved that."

The Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani strongly criticized in a speech on the occasion of Nowruz celebration, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, accusing him of monopolizing power and build an army they are considered his orders.

Barzani said that the partnership that was allowed to form a government of national unity, joined his party and Maliki's party following legislative elections in 2010 has become a "non-existent and completely lost all sense."

He expressed his fear of an inch, "The result of these intense conflicts and escalate between the federal government and the Kurdistan Region to the disintegration of the Iraqi state."

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's count, last Sunday, at a press conference in Baghdad, told the President of the Kurdistan Region, Massoud Barzani, personal, and when he refused to answer, he noted that all provinces, including Kurdistan Region belongs to the Iraqis and must be managed in the knowledge of the federal authority.

It is said that Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani announced, on Monday, told a news conference that Iraq had incurred losses of $5 billion and $450 million because of lack of delivery of the Kurdistan Region of oil produced in the region to the marketing company of the Federal Government.