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    Hani Ashur: high level communication, dialogue and agreement Arbil resolve the current crisis will guarantee


    12/19/2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Baghdad (news) adviser to the Iraqi List, said Hani Ashour said there are contacts at senior levels to resolve the current political crisis that threatens stability, and that President Jalal Talabani and Massoud Barzani, the president and the Sadrists are making efforts to solve them with the leaders of the Iraqi List, indicating that the dialogue and political consensus and return to the agreement of Arbil as a base settlement will be the solution. Ashour said in a press statement on Monday: that the political leaders and national in touch with Dr. Iyad Allawi and the leaders of the Iraqi List, to find a way out of the crisis and the Iraqi List, believes that the adoption of invitations dialogue, which was called by President Talabani and Mr. Sadr and Mr. Hakim and invite reconciliation called by Dr. Iyad Allawi, is the focus of the solution if the government responded to these calls, and the Principles of Agreement Erbil is the best base and the starting point for dialogue and bring stability to Iraq and the achievement of the partnership after the withdrawal of U.S. troops. He Ashour: that the security measures and military and attitudes of the leaders of the Iraqi List, increase the severity of the problem and does not constitute a solution, and should stop all actions and start a dialogue logical attended by leaders of blocs to resolve the crisis, because the tempo taking the curves serious probably can not control, indicating that the political leaders are asking now solutions to the crisis, which is dependent on the response of the government.







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    Last edited by newmonies; 12-19-2011 at 03:47 PM.



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