Barzani of Kurdistan: call for dialogue last chance to save Iraq
Barzani of Kurdistan: a call for dialogue a last chance to save Iraq
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Friday 13 April 2012 11: 00 GMT
Considered the Kurdistan Alliance, Friday, the call by the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani to political blocs to convene a "last chance" to save Iraq, ready to receive all the political protagonists last in Erbil.
The Attorney said on Halil mohama Kurdistan Alliance in a statement issued by his Office today, and received "alsumaria news", "the Conference called by Barzani is the last chance before the political blocs to emerge from the tunnel in the country, and the dimensions of the Iraqi people for political conflicts."
Barzani, announced on 8 April 2012, on efforts to convene a meeting of the political blocs to resolve the current crisis in the country, and threatened to refer to people and its referendum if meeting.
View Khalil "Conference held in Erbil and Barzani will provide correct and serious will on Earth and goodwill to resolve outstanding political problems," he said, adding that "the latter was ready to receive all the political protagonists in Erbil and sit with them to round table for understanding explicitly and resolve outstanding issues."
Drew Khalil said Al-Kurd hold Iraqi Constitution and do not have any demands or breached by it."
New President of the Kurdistan region and Iraq who threatened on more than one occasion to declare independent Kurdistan State, on Thursday (12 April 2012), his attack on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying Iraq is "dictatorial regime", stressed that self-determination for the Kurds would be the only option if Baghdad did not cooperate with the territory to solve problems.
Escalated disputes between the political blocs after that shifted from different Iraqi State law to disagreement with the Kurdistan Alliance, after new President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Iraq (6 April 2012), during his visit to the US offensive against the Central Government in Baghdad and accused it of reneging on promises and commitments, and stressed that the Kurds would not accept in any way that the positions and powers but one "leads the armies of the two million."
The President's remarks had a series of reactions to denounce the territory by a coalition of State law, led by Nouri al-Maliki, as "unbalanced and provocative" and thought that the Al-Kurd get privileges in Iraq than in other States, and some States not recognized by the Kurds and the so-called "mountain Turks" label, but it seems that the reply from the party summoned this Saturday is made by MP Hussein Al-Assadi, confirmed that the latter was "required" to eliminate Iraq's insistence on harboring Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, and his recent remarks did not relieve him of criminal responsibility, as called for questioning in Parliament.
In the context of responses to comments, Arabs in Kirkuk governorate aimed to disrupt the Summit of Baghdad along with movements of the Iraqi list and escalation of security by Al-Qaida, they called on Barzani to recognize the rights of maintenance before talking about dictatorship and tyranny, with white block in turn felt that Al-Kurd aim to reap the highest proportion of wealth and achieve their interests before declaring independent State, they will insist on that, "even if ... everything in the State Treasury.
In turn demanded the KDP leader Barzani, on 23 March 2012, the trial of Al-Maliki for "concealment" dangerous files, accusing it of sending secret messages to the territory to facilitate smuggling Vice-President Tariq al-Hashimi, calling for the formation of a new Government.
Barzani said that, on 15 March 2012, there are "failures did not submit to our Iraq Kurdistan people want to be like them," he said, adding that the territory will continue in its policy, with Baghdad Government regarded the result of sacrifices are partners in Al-Kurd, Baghdad ", but they don't accept to tell them" we offer you this does not give you this."
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