Vice Talabani's party proposes to abolish the presidency of the Kurdistan region
9/1/2015
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He suggested MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in the Iraqi parliament bloc Ares Abdullah, on Tuesday, the abolition of the post of President of the Kurdistan region, saying it Cancel position to overcome the crisis presidency of the region BAGHDAD / obelisk suggested MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in the Iraqi parliament bloc Ares Abdullah, on Tuesday, the abolition of the post of President of the Kurdistan region, saying it Cancel position to overcome the crisis presidency of theregion. Abdullah said in a statement followed the "obelisk", "I propose the abolition of the presidency of the Kurdistan region and the distribution of powers to the territorial Government and the Parliament of Kurdistan," noting that "canceling the post of regional president, will bypass the presidential crisis in Kurdistan." Abdullah said that "the abolition of the post of President of the region will move the confusion and couplings in the executive branch process," pointing out that "the region can sufficiency institutions of regional government, parliament and the judiciary in the management of its affairs."
Abdullah stressed "the need to take steps toward reform in the fact that Iraq and the Kurdistan region."

It is said that the Kurdistan region is currently experiencing a heated debate on the issue of the presidency of the Kurdistan region, especially after the end of the mandate of the regional president Massoud Barzani, in (20 August 2015) and with the Kurdish parties Home continue to meet to reach a compromise on the issue of the presidency of the Kurdistan region as the Kurdistan Democratic Party Demands extend the mandate of the current Barzani all his powers for another two years as well as the election of the President of the Kurdistan region by the people directly with its support for the establishment of the parliamentary system in the region and the distribution of powers between the constitutionalinstitutions.

It is noteworthy that all of the Kurdish Change Movement and the National Union of Kurdistan and the Islamic Union of Kurdistan and the Islamic Group declared their support for the establishment of a parliamentary system in the Kurdistan region and presented four projects concerning the presidency of the region Amendment Act.


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