Erbil Disclaimer Maliki concerned about the implementation and paper Kurdish demands
Posted 01/02/2012 11:48 AM

BAGHDAD - "arenas of Liberation"
Revealed MPs from the coalition of Kurdish blocs concern Erbil Disclaimer Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the implementation of paper Kurdish demands on the pretext of concern political crisis, as confirmed by the Attorney Ashwaq dry "during the visit of a delegation from the province to Baghdad last year and his meeting with al-Maliki received assurances the application of paper Kurdish demands , and so far not implemented, and we fear that continued obstruction of the windings without resolving outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil. "

MP Mohsen Saadoun
During the negotiations to form a government coalition of Kurdish blocs made paper demands included 19 paragraph of the most prominent application of the constitutional article 140 on disputed areas, and adoption of the law of oil and gas. "
MP Mohsen Saadoun in the implementation paper Kurdish demands a step toward resolving all outstanding issues between the parties in the government: "We are keen on the success of the government of national partnership through the implementation of the Erbil and paper Kurdish demands, which does not mean the region in particular, because it demands a national public and private areas disputed ".
And MP for a coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki for an agreement between the President and the Council of Ministers at their last meeting on the implementation of the paper Kurdish demands, and resolve the remaining outstanding issues between the parties in the government's adoption of the Constitution "in the last meeting, the two presidents agreed to resolve all outstanding issues based on legal rules and constitutional, and our part we are determined not to show flexibility, but we want to be the Constitution is the sponsor and the sponsor to address all the issues. "
The constitution is a matter of dispute between the Iraqi parties, because many of its articles are subject to change and the failure of the House of Representatives at its previous session to make the amendment, hoping to get it done in the current parliament.