Detection of 9,000 document for Saddam "prove" demographic change in the disputed

Thursday, 26 April 2012 14: 13

Twilight news/ Government of Kurdistan, revealed Thursday, more than 9,000 former regime document, evidencing the change demographic (population) in all disputed areas, where commands to eject as WordPress and Turkmens from those areas and housing for Arabs instead.

Minister disputed areas in the territorial Government, Mohamed Ihsan interview with the Middle East and its "twilight news" that "there are more than 9,000 documents, words from the decisions of the Revolution Command Council and the Council of the North, the Untied Republic of decrees and administrative orders establish precedent to change the demographic (population) in all regions that call it today (disputed)".

Ahsan said that "these documents clear and firm order output as WordPress and Turkmen and Arab housing zones instead, or withdrawal of land from indigenous group and displaced and granted to a group of Arabs".

Ahsan said that "documents and official statistics gathered since 1947 and until 1997 to demonstrate the nature of the inhabitants of the regions of Kirkuk and Khanaqin and necromancies and badra wegsan and others," he said, adding that "these statistics give a clear picture of the ratios for Kurds and Turkomans and real how slipped under the former regime against the rising proportion of Arabs coming from other Iraqi cities."

Ihsan stressed that "there are areas where WordPress left as before the fall of the previous regime, such as Mandali, Khanaqin Kurdish ratio declined from 70% to less than 10%, for example, where the proportion of Sinjar Kurds more than 70% and become their localization policy implementation after less than 7%".

The problem of the disputed areas forming part of the differences plaguing the relationship between Arbil and Baghdad, insisting that Baghdad Arbil lagging behind in implementation of contents by deliberately in the Iraqi Constitution in its article 40, which consistently denied by Baghdad.

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