Deputy affi Kurdistan: the paper containing the laws concerning the Federal State depth
Date: Friday, 10-02-2012 03: 17 pm

Baghdad (newsletter) ... Between Deputy/Kurdistan blocs Coalition/Hamid Adel Bavi Kurdistan Alliance paper for the second preparatory meeting will include laws pertaining to the heart of the Iraqi State.

He said Ave (News Agency news) on Friday: the Kurdistan Alliance will discuss laws concerning the Federal State as law of deep oil and gas Act and provincial boundaries as it would bind the peshmergas in the Ministry of defence and have the right budget, in addition to implementing the remainder of Arbel Convention, noting that the Convention on the basis of Arbil formed the current Iraqi Government must implement all provisions to resolve political differences.

He: the Kurdistan Alliance paper containing the demands of all components of the Iraqi people in the State and federal claims by Al-Kurd only
He was a member of the State law, the National Alliance Deputy//Shaker Darraji said that winning the election blocs and participation in the Government that will represent the only national conference without the participation of clusters that never won.

Darraji said in an earlier statement (newsletter): national meeting will be held in the near future and now there are preliminary dialogues to meet to organize its agenda and put all the outstanding political problems.

He added: the most important topics that will be presented are outstanding problems between the political blocs in addition to resolving the security ministries and certain bodies and his commands distinction and outstanding positions, noting that national meeting will not testify distribution of posts but the implementation of previous agreements concluded between the political blocs.

Noted: the winning blocs in elections would represent national meeting without the participation of clusters that had not won and this does not mean the exclusion of those blocks but have the opportunity to stand for election to come./finished/21 l. Eng.