The governor of Kirkuk: the government Abadi resign to settle Iraq

Twilight News / saw the governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Karim, on Tuesday, the prime minister Haider al-Abadi can succeed in achieving the reforms if it formed a new government after the resignation of the current government.

Karim said in an interview with US site Huffington Press that the time has come that the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi resign and then form a new government of technocrats included people from the Kurds and Arab Shiites and Sunnis, pointing out that this step can succeed in his mission.

He added cream that the stability of Iraq is in the interest of Iran and urged Iran and the United States to work together to support the reforms and tackle corruption and other problems in Iraq.

The governor of Kirkuk, had met with al-Abadi months ago in order to address the problems of Kirkuk and its demands Vtahd Abadi to respond to those demands.

But tensions have occurred in the relationship between Baghdad and Kirkuk, Najm al-Din said earlier this week that after the liberation of areas that underscores the organization "Daash" terrorist within the province, will hold a referendum to restore Kirkuk to the Kurdistan region or stay within the federal government.