Kurdish source: deep differences between Maliki and Barzani
11/01/2012 21:04

Baghdad / Orr News

A source within the beginning of the Kurdistan Alliance to why the Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani decided not to attend the national conference held in Baghdad in the event due to the escalation of the differences between him and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

The source explained that the reason for the dispute president between the two men goes back to delay the adoption of oil and gas law and not to the approval of the federal government, headed by al-Maliki on oil contracts for the Kurdistan Regional Government, which he considered Kurds a retreat from the promises that were made ​​Maliki delegations Kurdish met him in Baghdad last year.

The head of the Office of the Presidency of Kurdistan province, Fuad Hussein, said in an interview with the newspaper (Roudao) weekly published in Kurdish Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki promised the Kurds a lot but he did not carry out his promises, and this is contrary to the Constitution.

He continued, after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and signed all the responsibilities on Maliki and had to prove to everyone that believes in democracy, but he did not do, based on our experiences with al-Maliki has promised the Kurds and agreed with them many times but he did not carry out his promises, adding that these promises were political agreements and within the Constitution, of course, this in itself is contrary to the Constitution which is the basis of democracy in Iraq.

He said the policy now taking place in Baghdad and Aalahz Eshm of the smell of the partnership and leadership problems and disputes are managed and driven by the media while it is supposed to be resolved and addressed in the Iraqi parliament.

The Kurdish lawmaker had hinted earlier in the day Wednesday that Barzani had depute Rose Nuri Shaways to attend the National Congress in the event to take place in Baghdad.