Salahuddin elders refuse to apply article 140 & demand Kirkuk representation in National Conference
Salahuddin elders refuse to apply article 140 and demanding representation of Kirkuk in the National Conference
Editor: BR | SS
Monday 16 April 2012 11: 11 GMT
Tribal Council refused to Salahuddin, Monday, reviving the article 140 of the Constitution, for the representation of Kirkuk in the work of the National Convention to be held to discuss the political situation in Iraq.
Deputy President of the Senate, conservative Sheikh Hamed Al-dulaimi said in an interview for alsumaria news "," Jase refused to revive the article 140 of the Constitution and supports the desire of people in peaceful coexistence ", surprising some of the" stuck "revival.
Dulaimi said he was "concerned about the persistence of political conflicts that harm national unity", pointing out that "this stage has focused on putting the issue of Kirkuk and the so-called disputed areas, especially as the forthcoming parliamentary elections."
Said Sheikh Abdul Hamid al-shawish said in an interview to "yinos", the Sumerian "feared that the next National Congress due to the current political crisis," he said, adding that "put article 140 in this environment will increase the eco-toxicology".
Called "Al-jaburi represent Kirkuk governorate in the National Conference if convened to issue to everyone's satisfaction and reach a consensus, he maintained" sons "issue held under such adverse conditions in the political process."
Escalated disputes between the political blocs under invitations for the Conference national having 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 person, "leads the army of 2 million".
He was President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani, Iraq (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 in the absence of Baghdad's cooperation with the region to resolve problems.
Some media in Baghdad and Kurdistan talked in (6 April 2012), a political agreement between the National Alliance and Iraqi Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and nomination of irreplaceable chairing, and stated that means also that it had been agreed that political leader Ahmad Chalabi to be the most likely successor to Al-Maliki, which was denied by the National Alliance President Ibrahim Al-Jafari, described the news as "Flam", calling it "an attempt to fish in troubled waters."
Revealed the Iraqi list led by Iyad Allawi, (8 April 2012), attempts to be led with the Kurdistan Alliance and some parties National Alliance to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki if operating principle and application of the Constitution, the national partnership, confirming the existence of serious talks with Al-Kurd.
The disputed areas in the governorates of Ninawa, Kirkuk, Salah al-Din, Diyala, is one of the most outstanding problems between the Federal Government in Baghdad, the Kurdistan Regional Government in Erbil, which did not find a solution that satisfies the nationalities inhabited by Arabs and Turkmen in response, emphasizing those areas eligible Kurd and annexation of Kurdistan after application of article 140, which is rejected by the majority of political blocks of Baghdad.
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