Maliki: Iraq is not ready to implement the demands of the formation of federations

Karbala, February 11 (Rn) - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, that the formation of federations at the present time lead to the partition of the country, adding that the calls from some parties of the establishment of federations is to try to play on a constitutional requirement. Maliki said when attending a ceremony held in the district of the Indian east of Karbala in the presence of a number of media, "We will not allow the establishment of federations in the Iraqi provinces because it would be a cause of tearing and unity of the country, and there are calls by some parties to the establishment of these federations is to try to play on a constitutional requirement and we are not rejecting him as far as to say that now is not appropriate for it. "

Maliki said that "the urgency in the formation of federations in the circumstances through which Iraq and the introduction we consider to be evil people in Iraq and the problems we do not need," noting that "all the provinces claim Balvedragliat has border problems with its neighboring provinces." He said al-Maliki said "the Iraqi people do not want to stir unrest and the things that keep him out of his demand for the President and the provision of essential services such as electricity, water and infrastructure that Ahketha previous wars also decimated the Iraqi people", but he also said "Therefore we are involved in a government of national partnership in meeting these demands and then We will look at the formation of federations When there is stability and economic security of the country and citizen, and when we feel that these federations will not be a cause for division. "

The Islamic Dawa party, Maliki's Day celebration held on the occasion of India to spend the anniversary of its founding called for by the families of martyrs and those affected by the previous regime. The political scene in Iraq, a new crisis are claims of some provinces, the establishment of regions including the Declaration of the provinces of Salahuddin and Diyala provinces economically and administratively protest against the marginalization and arrest procedures, ablation, and the threat of the governorates of Anbar, Basra, Mosul claim to take a similar step in the event of failure to meet the demands and provision of services.